Hello everyone, I hope you can shed some light for me. Read through some pages of the forum, but didn't find the info I was looking for and I also don't know whom to ask. Original band, a singer with great technic -years of coaching, easy to work with, hears your opinion and tries to converge to what you like, remembers most of the lyrics, has experience, etc. But he sounds like "he has no soul". That's not just my perspective, the other band members think so too and so think friends, family, etc that have been to our gigs or rehearsals. He is just not persuacive enough. Like he doesn't mean any of the words he is singing, like he is just carrying out a job. Now, as far as I know, he likes the songs and he obviously doesn't think that way for himself, he believes that he is singing with passion. Though he is not the one who wrote the lyrics, so I don't know how much he relates to them. I don't know how to explain to him what "singing with soul" means. Or how to break it down to technics. I just intuitively feel it as a matter of energy. Any tips for how to better communicate with him, how to guide him? The way things are now, our songs strike as much less interesting. He is after all the lead singer, the first thing someone notices. I was thinking that directors somehow guide actors to get in the role, maybe that's a starting point? Long post, didn't manage to avoid it. Thanks in advance for any comments.