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PostPosted: Wed Aug 12, 2020 7:51 pm 
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if you could only pick one karaoke singer you know to sing at your funeral, do you have someone in mind?

what made them your choice? singing ability or their relationship with you?


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One of the reasons I got out of the hosting business, is because I started doing more and more post funeral, wakes and receptions. They paid as much as weddings I have hosted, but the atmosphere was depressing to me, especially if I knew the person being remembered. I just felt it wasn't right for me, have any of you hosted such a gig?


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I went to one. Knew the person. Was also a fundraiser for her expenses.

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I have sung at a few funerals.... very stressful because you really don't want to screw it up. Mausoleum's are okay (no reverb needed since they usually have very high ceilings, hard walls and lots of natural echoes), graveside is far more difficult.


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