#1
I need some help on this one.

I tend to sing when I play bass (yes, I can pull off a Geddy Lee) and more recently I've encountered a problem.

I've noticed that sometimes I'll get this pain in my throat itself, like I'm trying to swallow a hot piece of food. It's gone from a small dull pain to the point where it's become REALLY painful, almost like a needle to the back of my throat.

Any idea what's causing it and how I can deal with it.
#3
Do you warm up before you sing? If you don't think it's just a sore throat you might want to see a doctor.
#4
Quote by IcePh0enix
Do you warm up before you sing? If you don't think it's just a sore throat you might want to see a doctor.



To answer the question: yes.

And I don't want to have to see a doctor if I can avoid it.