Rocketfish magic

Before heading out to Rocketfish tonight, I wasn’t really feeling it, but the show must go on, so I got ready and went. I arrived and everyone was very happy to see me. The hostess asked if I could please sing “Where Is My Mind” by the Pixies for her and Kenichi brought out the most amazing meal for me. I was feeling very loved.

After setting up I walked around with books to see who wanted to sing and there were people eating, but no one was there for the karaoke, so I DJed Cash, Elvis, Marvin Gaye etc. and then started to sing. Once I started singing people migrated from the far side of the restaurant into the bar area and started singing along. Slowly people started asking for books. By the end of the night those same people were there, many of whom first time karaoke singers. One of the woman who lives near by came and thanked me for making her neighborhood more interesting. I was very happy! I love Rocketfish karaoke nights!

I wound up singing 10 solo songs and 4 duets, but everyone was having so much fun that we kept the night going until am! The recordings are amazing.

El Rio Karaoke Dance Party

The weather was warm and they came out in droves to sing and dance at El Rio. Once again it was a serious dance party with people rocking the air guitar and getting crazy. At one point in the evening the pants started coming off and it became an underwear dance party…it was a HOT night! Here are the recordings

Post Folsom Lookout karaoke night

The karaoke crowd was pretty consistent and the club was pretty rockin considering it was a post Folsom Street Fair Monday. Valerie and several others were waiting to sing at 8pm. Then the people came in waves, never making it busy, but a healthy crowd none the less. It seemed as if they had it planned, as one group left another came in and no one had to wait a long time… although the wait was still 45 minutes. People who stuck out the night got to sing 4 or 5 times by the end. I think everyone was happy. Here are the recordings for the night.

Post Folsom Lookout karaoke night

The karaoke crowd was pretty consistent and the club was pretty rockin considering it was a post Folsom Street Fair Monday. Valerie and several others were waiting to sing at 8pm. Then the people came in waves, never making it busy, but a healthy crowd none the less. It seemed as if they had it planned, as one group left another came in and no one had to wait a long time… although the wait was still 45 minutes. People who stuck out the night got to sing 4 or 5 times by the end. I think everyone was happy. Here are the recordings for the night.