TUCSON KARAOKE SPOTS THAT’LL HAVE YOU SINGING THEIR PRAISES

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TUCSON KARAOKE SPOTS THAT’LL HAVE YOU SINGING THEIR PRAISES

Local cuisine might be our forte, but we love to support local bars and restaurants by bringing groups of friends to sing karaoke.To get more news about Karaoke Melbourne CBD, you can visit starsktv.com.au official website.

With an abundance of menus and food reviews to choose from online, finding a quality restaurant is simple. Choosing a karaoke bar, however, is not.

Finding a local karaoke song list online or searching for opening hours is a challenge — especially if you’ve decided to go on a whim.

We have come to the rescue and listed karaoke spots below, in order of the day of the week — and frequency — in which they host karaoke.If you’re a karaoke-holic, you’ll be a regular here. They’re open every day of the year, even Thanksgiving and Christmas. Karaoke starts at 8 p.m. and they close late.

Not only do they have a song book with over 10,000 songs available, they’ll even take requests for songs they don’t have. Their bar food is standard fried fare, but their drinks are cheap.

The occasional geriatric but flawless performance of Bad Romance by Lady Gaga is not to be missed.Shooter’s was primarily known for their Sunday karaoke, but they’ve expanded. Karaoke starts at 9 p.m. on Sundays, Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays.

Even though Shooter’s is western-themed, you’ll still hear your fair share of Spice Girls and Sir Mix-A-Lot with a rowdy and energetic crowd.

The kitchen closes at 9 p.m. daily and 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday, so sit down with a mesquite-grilled steak or rib-tip basket for a late evening dinner before you get the crowd going to Little Red Corvette.
For underground karaoke on Tuesdays around 10 p.m., visit the Tough Luck Club tucked away in the basement under Reilly Craft Pizza and Drink.

You can keep it simple at Tough Luck Club with the $4 special, which is a can of Coors and shot of whiskey.

If you’re feeling wild, you can roll the giant dice to determine which cocktail you’ll receive. If you’re lucky, you’ll catch one of the bartenders singing while shaking or stirring your cocktail.
Not for the faint-hearted, Gong Karaoke starts Thursday nights at 10 p.m. Why so rough? The crowd isn’t afraid to boo — if enough people boo, the gong will get banged and your performance will abruptly end.

 

As a spectator, you won’t be subjected to repetitive or painful performances. As a singer, if you complete your song without getting gonged, you get a dollar off your next drink.

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