For people who aren’t aware, British comedian and actor James Corden, known for Gavin and Stacey, is now a host of a late night talk show in America, and a popular recurring segment is Carpool Karaoke. The premise is simple, drive around with musical guests, talking about their lives and music and also belting out some of their best hits.
Karaoke is a fun social event that everyone should experience at least once, yet it can be a bit daunting on your first time. What if you forget the words, sing off-key, or the audience laughs? There are several things which can go wrong, but before you think of cancelling, this blog post on what to expect can help you prepare. (more…)
Karaoke is not just about singing, but singing is a big part of the entertainment, and anyone can do it. To help you have the best karaoke night ever – and perform the best you can, we have put together some tips to master that will make your experience much better.
There is no denying karaoke is fun – an excuse to sing, laugh and generally have a good time with friends. But karaoke also has a set of unspoken rules, which we have set out below to help you avoid looking like a fool when you take the mic.
Karaoke has been part of popular culture for decades, first appearing in Japan in the 1970s, where it is still a favourite form of entertainment for people of all ages. As it encourages everyone to sing – even those who can’t carry a tune – and requires just a karaoke machine to do so, it is easy to see why karaoke has become so popular. We are taking a trip down memory lane to look back at the history of karaoke machines and how it all began.
Karaoke has been a favourite pastime for many people all around the world since it originated in Japan in the 1970s. Singing along to popular songs using a karaoke machine at home or in a bar is something anyone can do – even if they can’t carry a tune, and it’s the next best thing from being a rock star. Find out more about the popular activity with these fun facts: