How did everyone love Jason Aldean and
Florida Georgia Line last night in Melbourne? Fantastic, no doubt! Well, now
that you’re all country buzzing, we have the best in country music Karaoke just
Get your cowboy boots, hat and that old
lasso out of the cupboard, it is time for country music legends to grace
Melbourne with their great sound! That’s right, 7pm tomorrow night at Jason
Aldean will be playing at Margaret Court Arena and also for the first time
playing in Australia… Florida Georgia Line will be performing as well!
So if you haven’t got your tickets yet,
there is still time! Click here.
But if you have got your tickets and are
ready to rock those cowboy boots in with the boys, then grab our Karaoke CDGs
to help you practice all your favourite tunes before you go tomorrow night and
to help the party roll on throughout the week!
In the lyrics of the Bee Gees: “Then I
get night fever, night fever | We know how to do it | Gimme that night fever,
night fever | We know how to show it … Here I am, prayin' for this moment to
last | livin' on the music so fine | borne on the wind, |makin' it mine”
Where are you going with your Saturday
Night Fever next weekend?
Wherever you are going, we have an 80s
Karaoke DVD that will keep the party going all night long – with 100 of the
Best 80s Tracks ever made, you will not be sorry!
Plays in any standard DVD player or in
dedicated karaoke machines!
Click here to view songs and purchase
We have stocks in Melbourne and Perth, so
or call 1300 550 630 or just come in store to order!
All types of singing have positive psychological effects. The act of singing releases endorphins, the brain's "feel good" chemicals. It’s exactly the same when you eat a bar of chocolate. The good news with singing is that you don’t gain any calories!".
Singing in front of a crowd, a-la karaoke, naturally builds confidence, which has broad and long-lasting effects on general well-being.
Regular exercising of the vocal cords can even prolong life, according to research done by leading vocal coach and singer Helen Astrid, from The Helen Astrid Singing Academy in London, "It’s a great way to keep in shape because you are exercising your lungs and heart.
“Singing has physical benefits because it is an aerobic activity that increases oxygenation in the blood stream and exercises major muscle groups in the upper body, even when sitting.
Singing has psychological benefits because of its normally positive effect in reducing stress levels through the action of the endocrine system which is linked to our sense of emotional well-being.
Psychological benefits are also evident when people sing together as well as alone because of the increased sense of community and belonging.”
And as Sheldon Cooper (from Big Bang Theory) says "Live long and prosper", I wonder if he had Karaoke in mind when he said that!