ACROSS THE BORDER
Where the banned are
I have and because we're a small group and I like all of us, I'll post my shame.
in 99 there was a mini boardwalk outside the Arena in Jersey. I crooned a version of I'm on Fire.
At the charity that I work for Christmas Party I sang Santa Claus is Coming to Town with the local Mayor. I'm 6ft 2 and she is 5ft and in her 80s. We also sang I Got You Babe. It was describe as one attendee as "surreal". I can hold a tune but I need a bucket.
birds fall from the sky once i start to sing ....so no.
no kareoki for me
I once met a girl singing Dancing in the Dark at a karaoke night whilst *fairly* intoxicated - it got to the Courtney Cox bit, I stuck my hand out to call for a dance and she took it, couldn’t believe my luck!!!
@wout get a few drinks down me and I nail this dance
i reckon that was a pretty damn solid effort JF!
For a guy who can't sing...hell, yeah.
Does Summertime Blues count, I vaguely remember attempting a drunk version of that once
Does anyone do karaoke whilst sober???
I took a grad school class called Bruce Springsteen and Post-Modernism. It was taught by Larry McCaffery, one of the founders of the postmodernism school of literary analysis. Great class. And yet one of the things which has stuck with me was his advice to never try to sing Springsteen karaoke, as it's just too hard. Since I've only ever gone once, and it was before I took that class, I have had no problem following his recommendation.
Drunken karaoke is certainly safer than drunken roller derby.
Drunk karaoke is better than roller derby.
I've heard a lot worse! Never done Bruce, I once did Diana Ross at a party where I was very drunk - thankfully it was well before the days when everyone had a smart phone!