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Karaoke Do's & Don'ts
Sunday, 1 March 2009




  • Be Courteous to all singers and show them your support.
  • Take care of the songbooks, they are expensive.
  • Sing into the top of themicrophone in a strong, clear voice.
  • Pick one song at a time.
  • Remember, your host can help your singing performance.
  • Be a lively audience member.
  • Applaud generously.
  • Sing to your audience and they will listen.
  • Try new songs.
  • Loosen up, and let the music move you.
  • Have Fun.
  • Be Patient while waiting your turn to sing.
  • Make sure to check the numbers you submit so that your songs are correct.







  • Don't worry if you're not a great singer.  The idea is to have fun.
  • Don't sing unless invited by the singer or the karaoke host.
  • Don't swing the microphones by their cords or juggle wireless mics.
  • Don't tap on or scream into the microphone.
  • Don't smoke or bring drinks on stage.
  • Don't walk in front of the monitor when someone is singing.
  • Don't sign-up unwilling singers without their knowledge.
  • Don't continuously ask the host when it will be your turn to sing.
  • Don't place your drink on our sound equipment.



    General Tips:


  • Imagine you're in front of an audience every time you sing by yourself, like in the shower. This may help you become more comfortable.
  • Don't be the first one up on stage.
  • Pick a song you know most, if not all the lyrics.
  • Know your vocal range. If you are a tenor or soprano, a baritone song  is not a good idea.

Posted by deelovelyentertainment at 11:03 AM EST
Updated: Sunday, 1 March 2009 11:31 AM EST

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