Don't try to get your song
bumped up in rotation. This creates resentment.
Duets and even
well-choreographed trios are OK, but don't sing in big groups. Groups
are stupid and annoying.
You don't need a good voice or
stage presence to get love from your audience, but a lot of the
former goes a long way in making up for a lack of the latter.
If you can't keep up with the
song, don't explain that to the audience. Just pretend!
Being drunk is nice, but
there's something special about doing it stone-cold sober.
You are not a prisoner to the
words on the screen. Freestyle!
Be creative! Turn the song
into something God never intended. Sing "I Think I Love You"
like you're Johnny Rotten, or Mister Mister's "Broken
Wings" like you're an opera singer.
Wait your turn. Don't rush the
stage and grab the other mike for an uninvited duet.
Dancing in an unobtrusive
manner, however, is complimentary to the performer, and encouraged.
Be gracious; tip your KJ.