" from Wicked "I know him so well" from Chess "Some things are meant to be" from Little Women "Take Me or Leave Me" from Rent "Hear My Song" from Songs for a New World (it's a stretch but it could work) "You Rule My World(Reprise)" from The Full Monty "A Boy Like That/I Have A Love" from West Side Story In Harmony from The Little Mermaid series ... "you can't stop the beat" from hairspray I would lay off the wicked songs... well, you could do: "hammer to fall" from we will rock you, which would be interesting and funny, it is a brilliant song. I stepped out of my comfort zone for this one, haha. Thank you @Selenagomez for bringing that beautiful and magical voice. I followed your lead when I went into the booth…” “For years I have done low tech karaoke for you die hard fans, often showing a different and emotional side,” he went on.
You can turn alot of female solos into duets easily.
theyre sort of untouchable uunless your going to do them really really good!
In a sense, Stan is not only a duet between Eminem and Dido, but also between the rapper’s post and pre-fame selves, where boldly he faces up to how little the former has to offer the latter.
Even after you’ve heard it hundreds of times, there’s still an amazing subtlety about the way the isolated segment of Dido’s Thank You anchors the spiralling mania of the narration. Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, Let's Call the Whole Thing Off (1937) This George and Ira Gershwin song is a catalogue of trivial incompatibilities.
They were inducted into the Rhode Island Music Hall of Fame in 2014.