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Well, I had a blast last night at karaoke at Sonny’s Tavern. I sung my first song (It’s My Life by The Animals) around 10:00 pm to an appreciative crowd and then around 11:00 pm it got really crowded and the singers really got into the spirit of showmanship. I ended up singing three songs.
My only complaint is that every time I left my seat for whatever reason (to go to the bathroom, to get up to sing), when I came back someone was sitting in it. Oh, well, you move you lose. And I didn’t want to be boorish about it. I just found another empty seat. I moved around a lot last night.
I was right about being the only singer who did not sing with his or her back to the audience. No one else knew the lyrics of his or her song well enough to maintain eye contact with the audience except for me. It makes a difference; but I also understand that few people take karaoke as seriously as I do.
A good time was had by all. Oh, and I like that management keeps the lights down low. It was like singing in a cool club.
Well, back to reality. It’s Monday, the beginning of a new work week. What adventures in blogging will we share today?
In Pittsburgh today there will be a mix of clouds and sunshine with a high in the 80s.
This is the Old Soldier reporting from Pittsburgh.
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