Easy audition songs for beginners ( Top 80 Easiest Songs )

Singing auditions can be nerve-wracking especially if you are a beginner singer. Most beginner singers out right shy away from going to auditions either because they think they are not good enough or because they are too scared to sing in front of people who will judge them. Although even if you are a beginner singer it is a good idea to go to singing auditions, not only you will get valuable critique for free from people who actually work in the industry and you never know you might even get the part.

If you as a beginner singer have ever got the part then you already know that there are a lot of benefits, not only you are getting paid for what you love to do but you will be also taught for free by people who have a lot of experience in the music industry. Singing auditions can be done at any age, you have probably seen a lot of young children performing at auditions if you are a parent and your child loves to sing then my recommendation is to read my recent article Singing lessons for 4 year olds ( Is it too early? ).

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There are a lot of factors that come into play at a singing audition, your voice, vocal range, presence on the stage are extremely important, however, the songs which you will sing will also play a major part in the audition. Most beginner singers do not know their true vocal range and they are fixated on singing just a couple of songs, although the actual songs might even be out of their vocal range they still sing them, don’t do this if you are a beginner singer as you will probably sound fake or in the worst case even awful.

Your first job is to pick an easy song for the audition, this sounds easier than it’s done. However, I will list below a lot of songs that are in fact suitable for beginners to sing at an audition. My recommendation is to start listening to each of them and pick the one you like and you can actually sing. If the audition is fairly soon then my recommendation is to read my article How to improve your singing voice in a week ( 13 Easy Steps ) as it helped a lot of beginner singers with their auditions.

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Teenage Dream by Katy Perry

I’m Not At All In Love by The Pajama Game

She Used To Be Mine by Waitress

Where Do I Go? by Hair

Just Around the Riverbend from Pocahontas

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Still Hurting by The Last Five Years

Somewhere Out There from An American Tail

Thinking Out Loud by Ed Sheeran

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Think of Me from Phantom of the Opera

Poor Unfortunate Souls from The Little Mermaid

For the First Time in Forever from Frozen

My Prayer by The Platters

Quiet by Matilda

Wrecking Ball by Miley Cyrus

Heaven Help My Heart by Chess

For Forever from Dear Evan Hansen

Sarah by The Civil War

Beautiful Candy by Carnival

And All That Jazz from Chicago

I Believe from The Book of Mormon

Perfect Isn’t Easy from Oliver & Company

It’s Possible from Seussical the Musical

24K Magic by Bruno Mars

One Song Glory by Rent

It’s All Right With Me by Can-Can

Mama Who Bore Me by Spring Awakening

Eleanor Rigby by The Beatles

Corner of the Sky from Pippin

Fallin’ by They’re Playing Our Song

Watch What Happens from Newsies

Let Me Be Your Star from Smash

Belle from Beauty and the Beast

What It Means to Be a Friend from 13 the musical

Hallelujah I Love Her So by Ray Charles

Waitin’ for My Dearie by Brigadoon

Hometown Glory by Adele

Michael in the Bathroom by Be More Chill

Once Upon a Dream from Jekyll and Hyde

The Finer Things by Jane Eyre: The Musical

Momma, Look Sharp by 1776

Real Live Girl by Little Me

Lilac Wine by Jeff Buckley

Giant In The Sky from Into The Woods

On My Own from Les Misérables

I Won’t Say from Hercules

I Won’t Grow Up from Peter Pan

If I Ain’t Got You by Alicia Keys

Chances Are by Johnny Mathis

How Can I Wait? from Paint Your Wagon

Before It’s Over from Dogfight

I’ve Gotta Crow from Peter Pan

Redbone by Childish Gambino

Wouldn’t It Be Loverly? from My Fair Lady

Almost There from Princess and the Frog

Good Girl Winnie Foster from Tuck Everlasting

Live Out Loud by A Little Princess

Since U Been Gone by Kelly Clarkson

Once You Lose Your Heart by Me and My Girl

Waving Through A Window from Dear Evan Hansen

Don’t Rain On My Parade by Funny Girl

Astonishing by Little Women

Adelaide’s Lament from Guys and Dolls

Everlasting from Tuck Everlasting

Cry Me a River by Justin Timberlake

So In Love by Kiss Me Kate

Tryouts from Bring It On: The Musical

The Life I Never Led from Sister Act

Beautiful by Christina Aguilera

My Big French Boyfriend The Toxic Avenger

Thank You for the Music from Mamma Mia!

One Call Away by Charlie Puth

Love Makes Such Fools of Us All by Barnum

Everything Else from Next to Normal

Human by Rag’n’Bone Man

Sing Happy by Flora the Red Menace

Pretty Funny from Dogfight

As Long as He Needs Me from Oliver!

The Simple Joys of Maidenhood by Camelot

Daydreamer by Adele

Be Our Guest from Beauty And The Beast

In conclusion

There are a lot of easy audition songs for beginners, although not all of them will fit your voice and your personal style. My personal recommendation is if you already know your vocal range and you have a particular style, then listen to some of the songs listed above as you will find a good and easy song for your auditions. After you have found your song then it is time to practice for the actual audition if you need any more helpful tips and tricks for singers check out my site as I have a lot of information about singing.