When Your Voice Is a Sinking Ship

Aretha Franklin, the Beatles, Frank Sinatra — all were discovered at karaoke joints. Okay, that’s a blatant lie. But stumble upon any karaoke night and you will see dozens of people who think they are Aretha Franklin, Paul McCartney, or Frank Sinatra. Discreetly laughing at these folks is half the fun. However, after hours of grooving to (and perhaps participating in) alternative stylings of “I Will Survive,” you need a drink. That’s the beauty of Karaoke Night at Titanic: Good beer is a given.

Sit back and listen with a glass of popular house brew Triple Screw in hand. Feel free to shout “Iceberg!” when a performer flops. Just remember, as host Boogie Man George queues your song: Revenge is never pretty. Run aground for Karaoke Night Sunday at 9 at Titanic.
Sun., June 29, 2008
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