The title says it all--it's just simple math. Now that things are opening up and karaoke is becoming safer and easier to access, Adam and Ed talk about the places they do karaoke, the things they like in a karaoke place, and some of their all-time favorite karaoke spots, including some new ones Ed found on a work trip to Cincinnati (check out the blog on the web site to see more about that).
The focus on karaoke spots dovetails into an interview with the owners of a place that is now definitely on Adam and Ed's bucket list of karaoke spots they need to hit. Terry and Naomi Clarke, the owners of Black Parakeetz, the new paint, swig, and sing spot in Nyack, NY talk about what makes their spot unique and special, the thought that went into developing the place, and their plans for the future. Remember, if you're trying to get to Black Parakeetz, it's right across the Tappan Zee Bridge into Nyack, take the first exit, and then "two lights, two rights" and you have found Nyack's premiere karaoke lounge. You'll also get a snippet of Terry singing some Johnny Mathis.
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