#1
Hey, my band are recording a demo of one of our songs tonight, wahey, except for a tiny problem: I, the guitarist/singer, have a really sore throat.

Now, I could just about sing through my sore throat yesterday, but today it's a lot worse. So does anyone have any suggestions as to soothe or cure a sore throat, or at least get it in a fit state for singing?

Thanks
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#2
Aw **** that's bad luck... is there no way to rearrange the recording? If not you're looking at Lockets all the way. Good luck dude!
#5
Why were you pushing through it when you knew you had a recording session tonight? The only thing I can think of is shut up and throat sweets - maybe pain killers before you start.

By 'shut up' I mean do not speak unless you have to - save your voice and let it rest.
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#7
Talk a bit. Not much but you need to talk atleast a little bit. Dont sing until you need to. Drink lots of water. Dont drink coffee or tea.

#10
what I've found is really good for a sore throat is pour some honney in some water and then microwave it for a couple of seconds. It works really works wonders and saved me at my last gig when I had a sore throat.