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Theme Night for 2017 Fall League

Nov 21, 22, 23 - Peacock Feathers - It's time to show off!  What songs do you know that you absolutely NAIL!?  I want to hear them loud and proud!

Nov 28, 30 - Semi Finals and Finals - Sing your best song.  This league I'm going to allow you to repeat a song that you've previously doneSo, it will indeed be your best song! 

the 30th.
Thursday Fall League Party Time Results

Micheal Wade
Peter Poorman tied with
Tim Grummett
Erica King
Jessica Struck
Sylvia Charles
Veronica Swirsky
Debbie Gibbons
Tia Boddy
Danyal Gibson
Chris Shmigelski
Megan Shmigelski
Tena Slind
Joel Leathem
Odessa Benmoshe
Bruce Brody
Rea Gareau

Fall League Sponsors

Cam Zoller
Erica King Stylist
Lynnette Bates and Watkins Products
Kim Wall with Tupperware
Carla Enquist with Value Village
Stacy Sigfusson with Synergy Strength & Conditioning
Brianna Stirton with Life Leadership
Veronica Swirsky
Brigit Willfong with Head to Tail Pet Spa
Heidi Hurley with Sensy
Ramona Logan
Maurice Hilderman with Sentinel Financial
The Standup Diaries (Trevor Dean)
Hilary Hlagy
Marcie Wallman
Brittney Fulton Photography
Kent Harris
Joel Murphy Enterprises
James and Tasha Cooper with Presto's Treasures
What is a Karaoke League?  Crackers Karaoke League is a fun social gathering that implements the idea that just standing in one spot singing, isn't enough.  It is designed to provide an atmosphere of comfort and acceptance to the singer, in which they can expand their performance skills and basically become a well rounded entertainer, with other like-minded individuals.  Singers are encouraged to dress up in costume or stage clothes, sing with passion and expression.

Once a week, (depending on what night you're in our league) you'll sing two songs in front of two judges (who are from a previous karaoke league night).  Sticking with the theme of the evening, you'll give them/us your best version of the songs you are attempting.  You'll be judged, rated, ranked and applauded.  Singers are marked on vocal abilities as well as expression, with a couple extra points per song for props and costumes.  Depending on how many people are singing on your night will determine how many points you get.  If you end up in 3rd place on your evening, you'll get three points.  If you wind up in 17th place, you'll get 17 points.  The scoring is like golf in which the smaller the number the better the result.  While all league nights are first and foremost about fun, we do have a few evenings scattered throughout the league that are ONLY about fun, no competitive aspect at all.  On these nights, you'll simply have to attend to receive first place points.  Singers are allowed two absences over the course of the league which are to be used in case something else comes up such as illness and you simply can't attend.  Any more than two nights and you are disqualified from the semi final/final (however, you may continue coming to league nights and participate).  Singing begins at 9pm and continues until the last singer has sang two songs.  Although it is not required that you stay until the end of the evening, it is really the respectful thing to do.  Let's face it, they stayed to listen to you, why not do the same?  The Top 3 finishers on their respective nights will get a bye into the final.  The remaining singers will sing in the semi finals and which the top 11 will also get an invite into the final.  Only 1 song will be needed if you make it to the semi finals, or finals.
Judges Schedule

November 21 Tim Grummett & Sylvia Charles
November 22 Scott Trimble & Jocelyne Braun
November 23 Andrew Lessmeister & Brett Abdai
November 28
November 30
Winter League Waiting List

Erin Lozowchuk
Megan Isbister
Melissa Thomas
Blair Grylls
Jeremy Kuin
Kristin Brezinsky
Angel Wall
Nicholas Fudger
Thursday Overall Standings

Tim Grummett 15 pts
Erica King 24 pts
Veronica Swirsky 28 pts
*Micheal Wade 31 pts
*Peter Poorman 34 pts
Sylvia Charles 35 pts
*Debbie Gibbons 47 pts
Megan Shmigelski 56 pts
*Jessica Struck 57 pts
Tia Boddy 59 pts
*Danyal Gibson 61 pts
*Chris Shmigelski 72 pts
***Odessa Benmoshe 90 pts
*Joel Leathem 90 pts
***Bruce Brodie 100 pts
*****Reanne Gareau 108 pts
*****Tena Slind 115 pts

Red Indicates disqualification
Who do you want to judge league finals?Former Karaoke Participants
People outside the League
Let's get right to this!  Congrats go out to Micheal Wade for being consistent for one thing and for being pretty entertaining as well!  Micheal, by consistent, I'm referring to the fact that you were second on each judges sheet, which overall produced a better score than the other participants.  While the Simple Minds song really suited your voice and you did it justice, I was more impressed that you would tackle Crazy Train without lowering the key on that.  Lol, next time make it easier on yourself and key it down a notch. No need to bust a nut!  Peter, you could have keyed down Flashdance as well.  Great show from you on both of your songs.  I think we will have to rename that song, Splashdance after last night.  Tim, you always supply the goods!  I can always look to you knowing that whatever song you're doing, it's going to be entertaining.  You've got the vocals, you've got the moves and you've got the costumes!  Erica, while Gunpowder and Lead was done pretty damned well, it was Crazy that was one of the highlights of my night.  You sang that one absolutely perfectly.  I didn't want it to end.  Jessica, two strong performances from you this week  vaulted you into the top 5 last night!  Good girl!  Your vocals were on target and your floor show was strong.  That's all we're looking for!  Joel, you had some pitch problems in both of your songs and you lacked a little expression on Two Pina Coladas, but it was much better on Designated Drinker.  Tena, your first league night, lol!  Glad you could finally make it.  I know that you weren't expecting to sing last night, so what's the point in critiquing you if you really hadn't prepared yourself for this.  Nice to have you singing again, in league.  Megan, Here's to Us was a good song for you.  You kept the mic near your mouth most of the time, so we could all hear you.  But, for some reason you had it away from your mouth on Bawitaba.  Maybe you were a little unsure of the song??  I don't know.  Your expression marks have really climbed since the beginning of the fall league.  Good girl.  Chris, just some pitch issues on Tears Don't Fall, the show was good.  Death to all But Metal was slightly better in the judges eyes.....and ears.  Danyal, you started Physical off key, but you quickly turned that around.  Your marks for expression were pretty average on that song.  But.....it was Dancing on my own that you really laid it on thick.  Out of 28 songs last night, only four perfect scores for expression were handed out.  YOU were one of them on that song.  Congratulations.  Vocally, you weren't as strong as in Physical.  Keep plugging away, you're getting better each week!  Tia, nice outfits!  I can tell when someone really enjoys being in this league because just one outfit, won't do!  You had some pitchy spots during both of your songs, but your expression marks were really good.  Debbie, Party in USA and Fishin in the Dark were both ranked very similarly, with your vocals coming in just a little lower than your expression marks, which are usually pretty good, week in and week out.  Just more practice, that's all.  Veronica, Walk Like an Egyptian and Borderline were done well and there's really nothing more to add.  You rarely have pitch problems, you always come dressed very nicely and your expression is consistently good.  Sylvia, you have a really nice voice, it's powerful and your control is very good.  Just make sure that you're pulling that microphone away from your mouth when you're going for those powerful notes.  With that said, your vocal marks were very high on both Black Velvet and Black Horse.  I loved the wig you used for Black Velvet, you actually looked a little like Alannah Myles.  You're doing very well in your first league!  Thank you to Lauren May and Tara Enns for taking time out of their hectic schedules to be our adjudicators.  It is much appreciated.