The 7-Day Portland Karaoke-A-Thon Blog Begins

Comments

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what the fuck is this.
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Why not just keep going until you can't do it anymore? You will have completed the 7 day challenge after tomorrow. That's not a big deal. C'mon. Just do it as long as you can, and blog the whole thing. Or tweet it . Or both.

Also, will you do We Didn't Start the Fire?
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I'm not sure why, but I feel generally resistant and resentful toward this post.
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JakeM, I will do this!
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First time I sang karaoke, I attempted "White Rabbit" by Jefferson Airplane. It was over-ambitious for my first try. The audience gave me lots of sympathy.
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Totally pro! Don't let the trolls bring you down!
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Please do: Pat Benatar - Hell is for children.
I can never do it well, but I always make other people feel bad about them selves while doing it.
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This post needs video if I am going to be able to adequately judge you.
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Debbie Gibson-Foolish Beat
Chamilionaire-Ridin' Dirty
BJ Thomas-Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Song

And something by Gordon Lightfoot.

Don't fuck 'em up.
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I second the "Hell is for children" request. Also, if you can get one of the Devil's Point dancers to join you on "Islands in the stream", I will pay you (and the dancer) twenty American dollars.
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Is this supposed to contain a review of Stripparoke?
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I'll do hell is for children! I will also be out at least one of these nights in support of booze. I MEAN LAURA.
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In a place like Devil`s Point ILL pay 23.99 American dollars (The Green Ones) to sing "Jumping Jack Flash", in karaoke fashion.
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GO LAURA GO!
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Portland Karaoke seems totally empty without the stripped-down cheese of the Alibi.


Also, just do "Keep your hands to yourself" by Georgia Satellites everywhere.
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Karaoke from Hell is kind of limited, but I'll definitely do Hell is for Children one of the other nights!
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@TWSS: I will throw in twenty Taiwan dollars.
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I wish you were coming to Ground Kontrol's Rock Band Tuesday for Day 3! It's back in full swing at our newly-renovated digs; the new lounge has low seating and lit tables all around, giving the "stage" an intimate, unplugged feel. Plus, the new game and downloads feature 3-part vocal harmonies!
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If you're a karaoke addict, you'd probably love the Karaoke Loop app. They have a native app for iPhone and a mobile web app for Android and other smartphones. Not only can you find shows near you (using your GPS location), you can also create a list of your favorite songs so you don't have to carry around a little list in your wallet (I did this for years).
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I wouldn't have guessed there'd be so many karaoke spots in Portland.