You know you want to or you wouldn’t be reading this right now. What’s holding you back? Just do it. Have karaoke at your next event.

Why limit yourself to singing in the shower?

You’ve got the Blu Tooth speakers going and then your jam comes on. The bathroom has the best acoustics, so if you’re not already in the shower, you’re wishing you were just so you could belt out your best Beyonce or Justin Timberlake impression. Nobody’s asked, but you think you sound a lot like them, singing at the top of your lungs. And those high notes? On point.

The caliber of performance shouldn’t be restrained to rooms with plumbing. Grab some friends and just make it a karaoke party.

Why limit yourself to carpool karaoke?

It starts with a road trip. The windows are down and the music is blaring. You’re singing your heart out to the land where deer and antelope play. Put a group of friends in the car and the fun grows exponentially. Need proof? James Corden has made a name for himself by singing with all the greats in a car: Adele, Lin Manuel, Britney, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and the First Lady.

The only thing better than carpool karaoke is actual karaoke at your next birthday party.

Why limit yourself to listening to music?

Almost every party or celebration you’ve ever been to has had music playing. Usually people just listen. Occasionally they dance. But it doesn’t have to be limited to listening. In fact, it can be difficult to listen when everybody is talking over the music. Insert karaoke into the scene and suddenly the attention shifts to the music you’re making. Music isn’t a spectator sport; you should participate.

Why limit yourself to professional musicians?

James Corden’s claim to fame and listening to music have one thing in common: professional musicians. (One notable exception is First Lady Michelle Obama, but she held her own quite nicely.) Even if you have a live band at your anniversary party or wedding reception, there’s room for karaoke because the professionals can only instigate a certain amount of fun. Encourage your guests to provide their own entertainment with a karaoke machine. Who know? Maybe you’ll find a diamond in the rough.

Why limit yourself to only doing things you’re good at?

You encourage your kids (or your future kids… or imaginary kids) to try new things, even if they might fail. Just because you’re old enough to vote doesn’t mean you’re too old to try new things. Karaoke is a great opportunity to try your hand at singing. The best part about it is that it doesn’t matter whether you’re really good or really bad, everyone will cheer because you’re doing. Then you can return the favor when the other party guests give it a go.

Need some inspiration? Invite kids to the party. They’re not afraid of a karaoke microphone.

Give us a call. As a professional entertainment company, Cutting Edge Entertainment is uniquely equipped to include karaoke at your next event.