Victor Ash has become known to the karaoke crowd for his famous shuffle dance. He never sings at karaoke nights, but he likes to dance to his favorite tunes, such as “Blue Bayou,” which was done so nicely by Duane Owens on March 30. Ash’s friends brought a homemade cake and sang to him.
Thirty singers entertained the crowd that night. Kyong Choi did a beautiful “When I Dream,” and Nina DeRosa wowed everyone with “Over the Rainbow.” Amy Walker danced while singing “It Had to Be You.” Helen Schultz performed her favorite tune, “Why Me Lord,” and Rob Illingworth enjoyed singing “Ain’t We Got Fun.” Pat Kogok shared “Mister Sandman,” while Vilma Lina did a strong version of Frank Sinatra’s “My Way.”
AllanaEabyprovidesyummy baked goods every week for performers and audience members alike. On April 13, the club will celebrate Easter with sandwiches and themed treats.
Everyone is welcome to sing or be entertained on Wednesdays in Clubhouse 1 beginning at 5:30 p.m. Those looking to try out new songs or fine-tune old favorites are encouraged to attend practice sessions on Mondays from 1-3 p.m. in Clubhouse 6.