Let the Amateur Singers Shine
The karaoke revolution has opened the door for amateur singers to shine all over America. It has also made a way for aspiring singers of all ages to have fun while demonstrating their talents, from ages 5 to 95! Those who “can’t sing a lick” enjoy karaoke as well.
Local Fame for Amateur Singers
With the karaoke revolution, which started in the 1990s in the United States, amateurs who would have never made it to stardom could suddenly become a local star in their own hometown.
Even if they never entered singing auditions for star search or never performed at a crowded concert, amateur crooners could now perform at 풀싸롱 local events, competitions, nightclubs or restaurants and enjoy a little fame locally by using karaoke entertainment.
What’s so amazing is how quickly this phenomenon spread across the nation. It didn’t take long for karaoke to become the thing to do in almost every small-town club or event. It spread quickly among gatherings and parties as well. This new form of entertainment would often be used in place of party games with large groups of people.
The Comical Side
The revolution also sparked a new comical side of singing along with one’s favorite tunes. Even in local clubs and restaurants, guests began holding contests to see who could sing the worst! This new comical approach to singing brought out the best and worst (singing, that is) in people, and they could actually have a laugh about it.
Spanning the Internet
Today, the fever has spread to the Net as well. There are now thousands of websites about the subject and many offer free singing online to anyone who cares to raise their voice.
Some sites offer tips and advice, some sell machines and music, and other sites have open chat forums where karaoke fans can talk with others.
On the technical end, karaoke players and computer music files were also developed, enabling anyone to download the players and music from their own computer. With this new technology, people can enjoy karaoke even if they don’t own a machine.