Sandy Sowell Entertainment now has West Virginia's largest mobile library of Japanese songs!
Celebrating the increasing cultural diversity of West Virginia, Sandy Sowell, the state's premier Karaoke personality, has added to her collection a library of 1500 Japanese Karaoke songs.
These songs represent both the native Japanese traditional music and popular music. As in regular Karaoke, the words to the songs are all displayed on TV monitors in front of the singer and the audience. These selections are from mostly Japanese composers and are all written and displayed in the original Japanese characters known as Kanji.
This 1500 song addition doubles her existing library of English titles. Specializing in private and corporate functions, Sandy Sowell Entertainment is the only mobile Karaoke show in a multi-state area that offers such a large selection of Japanese music.
Karaoke originated in Japan many years ago and is an integral part of that culture's everyday life. With the steady growth of Japanese influenced companies in West Virginia, it seemed a natural step for Sandy to add some of their culture's music to her Karaoke offerings. Sandy's company was the first to introduce Karaoke to West Virginia 9 years ago. She is a resident of Putnam County.
The library was selected, obtained and compiled with the help of Japanese interpreters both in Columbus and in West Virginia.
There are some large companies in West Virginia that I believe will appreciate the opportunity to have both English and Japanese songs to choose from at their party," says Sandy, owner of Sandy Sowell Entertainment.
For an in-depth look at Sandy Sowell Entertainment's newest venture, check out the Charleston Sunday Gazette-Mail article....Sunday, April 5, 1998!
Contact ~ Sandy Sowell
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