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“Voices Carry” is an 80’s band. YOU are our lead singer.

You pick the song, we give you the lyrics. Grab that mic stand, and jump on stage, flanked by a big-haired guitarist, keyboardist, bassist and drummer, dressed like they stepped out of a Def Leppard video. Click here to join our mailing list.

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    More St. Patty's mayhem

    More St. Patty’s mayhem

    The second video from the St. Patricks' U3 show

    The second video from the St. Patricks’ U3 show

    So what’s an 80’s hair band to do on St. Patrick’s Day? Learn a bunch of U2 songs, and lose the wigs, that’s what! What a great singer. And what a great night. Thanks again to everyone who came out!
    The best part about real band karaoke isn’t singing...

    The best part about real band karaoke isn’t singing…

    It’s the fun of channeling the spirit of Bono, when all eyes in the house are right on you. Can’t you hear the crowd going nuts!? What a terrific singer! We’ll upload more videos later this week.
    The First Video from the St. Patrick’s Day Show

    The First Video from the St. Patrick’s Day Show

    What a great show! Maybe we’ll do this again sometime. More videos to come..
    The Official U2 setlist for St. Patrick's Day Saturday night!

    The Official U2 setlist for St. Patrick’s Day Saturday night!

    For our show tomorrow night at Motorco, here’s what’s going to happen: Set 1: Voices Carry: 9pm. We will play the songs in the order people sign up for them. Just tear off the slip of paper to the right, sign your name, and put it in the Song Bucket on stage.      ...
    Sneak Preview of U3 Special St. Patrick's Day show at Motorco

    Sneak Preview of U3 Special St. Patrick’s Day show at Motorco

    We were practicing today with a stand-in singer, and took a little video.
    We need a harmonica player for “Desire.” for the St. Patrick's Day Show

    We need a harmonica player for “Desire.” for the St. Patrick’s Day Show

    Let us know – we want our St. Paddy’s Eve U3 show to be as authentic as possible. The song’s in the key of E flat major (we’ll settle for E though).