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Rockstar Dreams

Dreamed of being the lead singer of a rock band complete with screaming fans? Your time has come!

There is a new band in town called RockStaraoke. It may look strange at first, but it will be something that calls to your inner rock star fantasy.  

Every Saturday night, at La Drinkeria de Henry Miller, RockStaroke plays live for you from 100 songs. The band is made up of Luh Berumen (vocals and MC), Oscar Vallejo (piano and guitar), Adal G (guitar), Juan Manzanera (bass) and Fixx (drums).

Bumping up a few notches from traditional pre-recorded karaoke, you will be living the fantasy with band members, as well as having a live audience screaming at your feet for more, while you are up on stage.  Luh tells us, “the special thing about RockStaraoke is that people can feel what it’s like to be in front of a real band. And being on stage is to feel the drums at your back and the amplifiers in your chest. It’s a real performing experience, not just karaoke singing. We have rock and pop songs from different times, in English and Spanish too. And we are available to do private parties and special shows.”

…Being on stage is to feel the drums at your back and the amplifiers in your chest. It’s a real performing experience, not just karaoke singing.”

Luh Berumen

Who doesn’t like to let loose and belt out their favorite songs on a traditional karaoke night?  With the RockStaraoke experience, you can fully immerse yourself, as well as get a workout, while you sing, scream, dance, jump and bang your head to all the live rock tunes that you grew up with, always imagining you would be right there. You might even make some fans to come watch you each week.

Luh Berumen added, “In two months, this has worked so well that the place is full every Saturday and there are people that ask for their own favorite songs and don’t miss any gig, making their dream come true.”

Join RockStaraoke at La Drinkeria at 11 p.m. Av. Petempich, Plaza Punto 115, Local 5, Residencial Los Olivos.

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