Knightsound Hosts Another Karaoke Night


Credit to Juliet Borgschulte

On Feb. 16 Knightsound held another karaoke night to raise money for their competition at Disney. Admission was only five dollars and snacks could be purchased for one dollar.

By Kaitlyn Snyder

On Feb 16, Knightsound held another karaoke night in the commons. Everyone took turns getting up and singing a song from the given list. The energy slowly grew as the night went on. There was a greater turnout compared to last time. It cost $5 to get in and $1 for snacks and drinks.

“I am in concert choir, and I came as a way to help out the choir,” senior Emma Coser said.

The first singer of the night was James Struble, singing Radioactive. He was also the MC. He went first as a way to break the ice. There were duets and trios, as well as just solos. People sang anything from the Jonas Brothers to The Greatest Showman.

“My favorite part is getting to hear everyone’s voices and everyone just abandoning their fears,” Struble said.

There was this family that came out and lighten the mood a little. They had the whole crowd dancing and singing along. At one point they even had some backup dancers. At the end of each of their performances, the whole crowd roared with excitement. They filled the crowd with joy.

“Our family has been singing since we were babies, and it is just so powerful and uplifting,” karaoke night participant Jessica Hammond said.

All the money that was raised goes towards Knightsound’s trip to Disney for competition. It starts on March 22 and goes until March 27. All that money gets divided evenly among everyone in the group. There is no exact goal, but Knightsound is just trying to raise as much as they possibly can.