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Karaoke fans and musicians in Quesnel take note contest going on where you could win money

Karaoke contest has one more semi-final this Saturday at Begbies before the finals

Karaoke has grown leaps and bounds in the Canada. Though it was once thought of as a fad, more and more people are recognizing the benefits of karaoke – increased self-esteem, confidence and stress release.

If you have not yet entered Begbie’s Search For the Golden Throat #2 Karaoke contest you still have one more chance, March 8 will be the last semi-final with up to five positions left to fill on a first come, first serve basis. The finals will be on March 15,  with the five finalists,  Jerry Munson, Sandra Jackson,  Trevor Howe, Nikki Howe and Jenna Smileigh Johima already in place. Prizes include $500 cash and prizes from Molson’s Canada. Henki Photos will be taking pictures on March 15 with pictures available on a DVD. You may order the DVD’s at the Begbie’s, or pre order.

Tower Inn management was going to shut Begbie’s Karaoke down after the finals but they have decided to keep it running for a while longer. That’s great news for anyone wanting to join us in a friendly and supportive atmosphere.

Begbie’s Karaoke Saturday evenings from 7 – 11 p.m. is your chance to try something new,  bring along some friends for support and get ready to strut your stuff. Sing your heart out, cut loose and letting it all hang out! Join us on Facebook for all things Karaoke Begbie’s Karaoke.

For musicians, get ready for Begbie’s Sunday Evening open mic starting  April 27, 4 – 8 p.m. This will be a great opportunity for entertainers to showcase their talents, get to meet other musicians and share the art of music.

For more information contact Eddie deSouza, 250-991-0070.

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