This sounds like fun! Join hundreds of karaoke singers at the Montreal Pepsi Forum on Saturday, March 27th, 2010 at 10 a.m. to celebrate the arrival of spring with a sing-along. Suggested dress code: bright colors. Even though the temperature might not feel like spring today, meeting up with hundreds of karaoke fans will warm your heart.
Today we celebrate Stephen Sondheim’s 80th birthday. Born on March 22, 1930, Sondheim is responsible for so many of the wonderful musical songs that we love to sing.
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A few weeks ago, The KARAOKE Channel sponsored an event called Karaoke Opera, where more than 50 karaoke singers took advantage of the opportunity to sing karaoke opera songs at Montreal’s Nuit Blanche (part of the Montreal Highlights Festival). One of the singers really amazed us with his voice and his overall performance. Do you know who he is?
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Put on your green hat and Irish accent and sing along with us as we join the worldwide St. Patrick’s Day celebrations.
It’s Rolling Stone night on American Idol tonight and with a really entertaining performance, using the stage and lighting, Siobhan Mangus rocked out her version of Paint It Black, complete with black dress and boots.
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“What do you have to drink if you want to sing karaoke” Ellen asked Chris. “Oh I’ll have a little a marguerita or something” Chris replied, nonchalantly. Ellen turns to her right, pulls a cloth away, picks up a marguerita drink and offers it to Chris. Next thing you know Chris O’Donnell is singing Take Me Home Country Roads in the style of John Denver on The Ellen Show.
If you didn’t catch American Idol on Wednesday night to see the top 8 guys sing, you missed Michael Lynche’s performance of This Woman’s Work. Not only did he receive high praise from all the judges, he brought Kara Dioguiardi to tears, and she couldn’t stop crying, as Simon said “you come out with an incredibly difficult song to sing and you 100% nailed it, not just the best perofrmanc of the night, it’s the best performance we’ve had of all these live shows so far”.
In true GaGa fashion, Lady GaGa’s 9 minute music video for Telephone, featuring Beyoncé, premiered yesterday with lots of hype and fanfare, it’s an over-the-top, mini-movie with Hollywood film references to Chicago, Kill Bill, Thelma and Louise. Tyrese and the band Semi Precious Weapons make an appearance in the video in the Diner scene. Posted on YouTube less than 24 hours ago and the video has received more than 600,000 views, more than 16,000 ratings, almost 14,000 comments and currently 233 video responses.
There’s something new at The KARAOKE Channel ONLINE this week that is going to make you more popular than ever with your Facebook friends! You can now post your karaoke recordings directly on your Facebook Wall and receive wonderful comments from your friends!
Musical films and biopics are back in favor in Hollywood and the actors who have the talent to act, sing and dance are getting great parts to play. As with all artistic endeavors, anyone can “act”, “dance”, and “sing”. But few of us can act, sing and dance really really well. And even fewer can act, sing and dance at the level we have come to expect the best to do; those who not only entertain us, but also make it look effortless and flawless. We’ve taken a look at the musical films and biopics of the last decade and have selected a few of our favorite singing performances to share with you.