I am hosting David on my blog, who writes The Fiction Factory, and the video of me belting out a tune from Anastasia can be found on Jes' blog, Jes Getting Started.
David is no newcomer to The Tsaritsa Sez, having performed at this very spot when he "ripped the covers off" back in July. Please, let's all give a warm welcome to David!
Hello friends! First of all I apologize once again for the bad a/v quality (for those of you who are new to this, you'll need to turn your volume waaaay up), I'm going to invest in some better gear in the future, I promise. Failing that, I'll just borrow someone else's stuff.
Anyway, this is me singing "Everyday I Write The Book" by Elvis Costello. This song was featured in The Wedding Singer, which I kind of discovered while looking for another song. It turned out to be a happy accident because this is one of my favourite songs ever, plus it perfectly combines the themes of both my blogs. In addition to The Fiction Factory, which should have a link set up here somewhere, I also write My Life Alone. So, if any of you are curious and want a glimpse of the real me, go ahead and click that link. Fair warning: heavy doses of honesty and sadness will be involved.
Anyway, hope you liked my song, and happy KROD day to all!
Check out our other Karaoke Ring O'Death participants:
Jes singing "Jolene" by Dolly Parton from the movie Whip It!
Erin rapping the Fresh Prince of Bel Air theme
Tabs cheering and prancing around to the intro from Bring It On! Let's go Torros!
Daniella karate chopping her way to glory with "The Night Man Cometh" from It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
Kan singing "Pretend to Be Nice" from Josie and the Pussycats
Katie doing "Hold On" by Wilson Phillips, from the movie Bridesmaids (which I still really want to see!)
Alexandra channeling Rasputin for "In The Dark Of The Night" from Anastasia.
David (quietly) belting out "Everyday I Write The Book" from The Wedding Singer.