Background: I love all types of music. I was raised listening to Elvis, British Invasion bands, blues, soul and the like all from the general era, but my love I constantly return to is rock music: everything from The Who, Zeppelin, Iron Maiden to now, with occasional metal numbers on my playlist.
I'm taking singing lessons: my singing teacher, however, told me I'd never be able to sing to suit a typical rock sound. She said I have "a sweet, pretty tone" and a "soprano" range, and at most could do a Beatles song (despite classing them as pop).
I've only been having lessons for a month, all previous singing just being from a natural love for it. I love singing and will quite happily sing anything, but I'd also love to be able to sing along to my favourites without mourning the fact I sound too innocent for it.
I'm still young (early teens), but I'm still aspiring to be able to do the above and has damaged my confidence when singing along to rock songs (it may sound stupid, but's unfortunately true).
Is there any possibility I may be able to do this? Thanks.