Welcome to the first in the nation internet radio show solely dedicated to the universal phenomenon of Karaoke. We hope to provide a show that will be both entertaining and informative, a virtual meeting place for what's happening in the world of Karaoke. "That's Karaoke" will also be laced with humor, satire and fun (mostly fun).
More specifically, planned segments will include the latest Karaoke product information (hardware & software), discussion and analysis of some of the more significant Karaoke events, showcasing of outstanding (or humorous or peculiar) Karaoke artists, telephone interviews with interesting Karaoke personalities, original comedic characters and perhaps some taped segments from visits to selected Karaoke venues.
We think that we have something really special here! Along with a conversation with Sammy Yamamoto (KJ Sammy), the web host of the "ask sammy" karaoke technical forum; we have obtained an exclusive interview from a gentleman in France who has discovered lost tapes of famed singer, Maurice Chevalier. What the noted french entertainer is singing will be something you'll have to listen to, since I will not give away the surprise here! We hope it's as hilarious for you, as it was hilarious for us to create. Included in the segment is the debut of "Man on the Street" interviews with ordinary folks put in unusual situations.
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Peter is the publisher of "Karaoke Scene Magazine" and a life long singer, musician, composer and entertainer. His television credits include "Perry Mason," "Gidget" and "Ben Casey." His feature film credits include "Murderer's Row." Peter's stage credits include "Fiddler on the Roof", "The Music Man" and "The Glory of Christmas." His talents have been enjoyed at "the Greek Theater," in top night clubs and at various other venues throughout his musical career. Peter has written produced and performed in radio commercials and has an extensive recording background.
Manny has enjoyed a 23 year career in Southern California radio and television. He has been heard on "KRLA," "KBIG", "THE BEAT" and currently on "KFI" in Los Angeles. In television, Manny has been a regular on NBC's "Santa Barbara," KCOP's "in studio" and KCET's membership pledge drives. His national commercial credits include "Ford Motor Company" and "Miller Lite Beer." His stage credits include "The Music Man" and "Oliver." Manny's love of Karaoke is immense and he is very excited to be a part of this new concept in internet radio.