Chartbuster Karaoke Saves Christmas for Karaoke Pros From Lawsuits

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CBK has a plan for KJs to get and stay legal and avoid the holiday blues.

As the holiday season rapidly approaches, karaoke professionals, who ply their trade playing songs for singers in venues across the United States, are going out of business due to a shrinking economy and hundreds of lawsuits over illegal karaoke libraries.

“It’s going to be what Dolly Parton might call a ‘Hard Candy Christmas’,” said Norbert Stovall, gold- and platinum-record winning producer from Nashville, and CEO of Big Mama Digital Entertainment, parent company of the Chartbuster Karaoke label. “KJs who don’t have their libraries in order might be looking at having their businesses shut down, equipment confiscated, or worse.”

But Stovall has a plan that just might save Christmas for thousands of karaoke professionals.

“For a limited time, we’re offering our Digital 6000 Media Pro collection at unheard-of discounting,” Stovall said. “While the package, which includes 6,000 songs from every genre of music, and features songs from every decade back to the thirties up to today’s hottest hits, normally sells for a dollar per song, we’re plunging deep into our pockets to help the beleaguered KJ get legal immediately.”

Stovall said that the Digital 6000 Media Pro would be placed on sale for only $1,999 throughout the holiday season, at a savings of more than $4,000, and would include guaranteed interest-free financing, and a certificate verifying the KJ legally purchased the library.

“You can buy it with confidence, direct from the manufacturer,” Stovall said. “If you’re a karaoke professional, there’s never been a better time to get legal.”

About Chartbuster Karaoke:
Established in 1989 with a vision of offering the world the most accurate karaoke tracks possible, the Chartbuster Karaoke label is synonymous with the highest quality. Featuring a huge library of licensed, re-recorded versions of the best songs ever made, Chartbuster Karaoke offers tracks on iTunes, standard CD+G and customized media types, as well as streaming and direct downloads, all at In addition to offering licensed song recreations to the music, film, television and gaming industries, Chartbuster Karaoke’s parent corporation, Big Mama Digital Entertainment, Inc., owns and operates Big Mama Recording Studios in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains.


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