“A karaoke tent for pastors and drunkards.” I’m so true to my music that I never do it with a karaoke tent. “You may be surprised to learn that many professionals use karaoke tents mainly to stabilize their performance when they are doing their best.
We’re not talking about it. Where else can you sing in front of an audience (besides family and friends), work on a microphone and speakers that get the right answers? For all kinds of people
Singing and learning at home is one thing
And not being able to sing in front of an audience is something very different. All you have to do is gymnastics and singing in the pool, as a golfer whose experience is limited to playing soccer in the pool. In the end, they really play the game, in the end it has to be done in front of an audience.
The obvious problem with karaoke tents is that many of them hold lots of drinks, many of them do not know how to do it, or their friends are just having fun. In these groups, it is almost impossible to find a mass that truly listens to you and responds with respect and appreciation.
But things have changed since karaoke.
Today, karaoke dancers have many playgrounds where all kinds of classical, pop, and wedding ceremony musicians are welcome. Now it is possible to find a company where the public will come to listen to rock music. Drama and Audience Listening to the same goes for Pop, Country, and Jazz.
You still have to sing karaoke tunes if you want to improve your skills.
Take time to find a place to play music (restaurant) and develop your interest in promoting singing. In the 1890s, Harlem was a dream for professionals and society. The 123 Manhattan Street Subway has once again been transformed into a major migration.
At that time, black families mostly lived in the area between 37th Street and Fifty Eighth Street and Eighth and Ninth Avenue. Celebrities saw Harlem as the next step, so luxury homes cost thousands more than a regular city built as quickly as possible.
By 1905, a large part of Harlem’s merchant market had collapsed. Homeowners have to admit that hall construction is fast and prices are higher than people are willing to pay.
Landowners today use illegal means to bring them together.
Instead of paying whites, they decided to rent out their house to blacks. The landowners then also contacted the landowners and said if they did not buy the lottery, they would pay for it. The Europeans did not arrest the landowners, so the protesters kept their promise. Whites started moving to Harlem, representing black families who had never been to a safe place. The Black Church followed its congregation from beautiful Manhattan to beautiful Harlem, and by the early 1920s Harlem was the largest black city in the United States.
However, many blacks could not afford the high wages of white landowners,
So they found workers, leaving two or three families and one or more firefighters in the same house. Consistent with Harlem’s success, many crimes were committed, such as running, brothels and drug trafficking. It is almost useless for blacks to do well, especially in the entertainment industry, choosing Harlem to show off their skills in an environment full of people of their own kind. The famous American fashion designer Fritz Pollard moved to Harlem, as did the American warrior Paul Robson. Why? Hopefully you have a career as a 풀싸롱 and film director on stage. Famous singers such as Ethel Walters and Florence Mills followed suit, and Harlem was awarded Broadway for adapting the beautiful White Way.