August 18, 2020 at 12:13 AM EDTKaraoke is a health risk during a pandemic. These superfans are desperate for it to return. You might call Gian Gozum a karaoke superfan.Among his group of buddies, the 30-year-old federal government analyst was the one to recommend beginning or ending their night at a karaoke bar. Singing pop hits was his favored method to gather or celebrate a promo for a team-building exercise, and it was likewise how Gozum selected to celebrate his birthday: Bringing a crew to a D.C. karaoke hotspot, such as Chinatowns Wok and Roll or Adams Morgans Muzette, and leasing a space for a couple of hours. He d kick the celebration off with Bon Jovis “Livin On A Prayer.” Like so many other things, his birthday bash this year fell victim to the coronavirus pandemic, as the Districts karaoke bars– like numerous around the country– have remained silent given that March. “These days, I havent found much of a service for karaoke,” Gozum states. “Im mainly singing in the cars and truck, or singing as I do home chores.” It may be a very long time prior to Gozum, or anybody else, belts out their favorite tune in front of friends and strangers in a crowded space again.By Fritz Hahn


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