Live at the Hodder is the North of Superior Karaoke Idol


THUNDER BAY – Every Thursday night, Live at the Hodder is the North of Superior Karaoke Idol Competition. There have been three weeks of competition so far. The excitement is starting to build, as the singers, judges and fans all get set for this coming week’s competition.

Amanda Mihalus updates competitors and fans with the latest information;

You were all wonderful competitors, and it was amazing to see how much of a change you all made within 3 shorts weeks. Thank you all for your time and talents to help support this competition. We hope to see you all out at the show to support the remaining competitors.

I would also like to send out congratulations to Dorothy Fex who came out on top this past week with the highest number of votes. Great Job Dorothy!

So the theme for this week…. The Halloween Theme

This theme will require a little bit of research on your part. The song you choose must have a word or phrase in the lyrics or title that is related to Halloween, for example Beast of Burden, Werewolves of London, Witchy Woman, Evil Ways, Bullet with Butterfly Wings, etc.

Song choices are due by Monday October 24 at midnight. This is not for my benefit but for yours in case someone chooses the same song. This will give you time to find another and to not be stressed out.

This will be a little more difficult but I think you will all be fine. Any questions, you know where to find me and the practice times are still the same.

Itai – Tuesday and Friday 9:30pm-1:30am

Hodder – Friday and Saturday 10pm-2am

Good Luck everyone and we’ll see you next week!

Amanda Mihalus

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