Open Mic Night At Titty Tea

Photos by Hui-chen

Saturday night was the first in a series of Open Mic nights at Titty Tea in Jhubei.  I was one of the hosts for the event.  Let us take you through the highlights of the evening:

Open Mic Night At Titty Tea

The event was held upstairs in this beautiful room.

Open Mic Night At Titty Tea

Mimi started the show off with a reading of Shakespeare.  Her English is really great and she did a very nice reading for us.

Open Mic Night At Titty Tea

Next, our co-host of the evening, Van Stokes, played some country songs.  The audience loved them!  Hearing those kinds of songs in Taiwan is a rare treat!  Van will be playing more country songs next weekend!

Open Mic Night At Titty Tea

Our good friend Michael Turton told some jokes in Chinese.  He had the audience roaring with laughter!

Open Mic Night At Titty Tea

This is Allie, singing a local favorite.  She was quite good.

Open Mic Night At Titty Tea

Van and I played a few songs together, in-between the other performers.

Open Mic Night At Titty Tea

This is Joe, who decided to play a few tunes for us, without any preparation!  Later his brother joined him, singing a song while reading the lyrics off his iphone!  They said they will be back next week with some songs prepared.  We can’t wait!

Open Mic Night At Titty Tea

Open Mic Night At Titty Tea

Towards the end of the night, Shawn (the owner of Titty Tea) and Van did a cool ditty that everyone enjoyed.

Open Mic Night At Titty Tea

Pauline came in at the end of the night and played several tunes of her own composition.  She sounded great, and she said she’ll be back again, so we’re looking forward to that!

Titty Tea is hosting Open Mic Night, every Saturday in the month of June.  You’re all invited to join us and you’re also invited to perform!

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5 comments

  1. I would love to have been there to enjoy the evening. I cannot sing or play an instrument and love to hear people who can.

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