Myles Kennedy talked about keeping his voice in top shape after being musically active for over 25 years, telling WhatCulture:
"It's certainly something I'm always aware of when I'm on tour, and I tend to stress out about it more than I should.
"For me, keeping it healthy really has to do with how much I warm up and through certain technique things, so that I don't blow it out. Also just not drinking a ton of alcohol, I don't smoke or anything like that. So you just do what you can do and you try not to talk too much.
"That's why I generally don't do a ton of press when I'm actually touring, because that tends to burn my voice out."
The singer continued: "As far as getting old and the years kinda having their way with my voice, the good thing is, I feel like I've done it for so long, I've figured out how to use my voice.
"I feel like it's gotten stronger, but at the same time it's not as resilient as it was when I was in my 20s when I could beat it up one night and it just works fine the next day.
"I know that if I'm gonna beat it up one night, it's gonna take two days for it to bounce back, so that's the difference!"