My Naked Karaoke of Tracy Chapman’s ‘Talkin bout a Revolution’

Jade Sambrook Performs Tracy Chapman’s ‘Talkin bout a Revolution’ at Bareoke (Strip Karaoke)

Bareoke use to take place at Cabaret Playhouse in Montreal, until the venue was sold by the owner and ultimately closed. It now takes place on the first Saturday of every month at Cafe Cleopatra.

In this segment I perform the final karaoke of the night. While the quality of the video, the audio and the singing may not be the best, what is important is that Jade Sambrook had a lot of fun! As usual, I do not perform a classic striptease like one would see in a strip bar with professional “chip ‘n’ dale” dancers. Instead, my clothes – in this case the kilt – come off almost immediately so that I can spend as much time as possible naked on stage. After all, most songs are only about four minutes in duration – which goes by rather quickly – so it is important to take advantage of that time to be naked for as long as possible. In fact, it would be more appropriate to call this naked karaoke instead of strip karaoke. The only thing that doesn’t come off are my shoes and my kilt hose (socks). And, I was happy to receive a well deserved smack on the ass at the very end of my performance.

Naturally I am already looking forward to next month’s Bareoke (strip karaoke), even though I have no idea what I will sing. One thing is certain however, I will be filming and sharing it for all to see.

Should it be of interest, you can see my previous strip karaoke performance of MJ’s ‘Beat It’ at the Cabaret Playhouse by clicking here.

In the meantime, be sure to come to a Bareoke night if you live in Montreal, or if ever you are visiting the city. It’s as ”bare as you dare” if you are performing a karaoke, and if not, you can simply come to watch and have a good time.

Bareoke is from 10PM until 3am on the first Saturday of every month at Cafe Cleopatra. Hope to see you there!

Video duration: 04:12

10 thoughts on “My Naked Karaoke of Tracy Chapman’s ‘Talkin bout a Revolution’

  1. sassycoupleok October 9, 2015 / 11:45

    That’s totally awesome and looks so fun !!!

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  2. martbel November 18, 2015 / 14:11

    Reblogged this on naturistmartin and commented:
    Fantastic video and blog article again Jade, like me you’re one of the few naturists that are brave enough to use their full name on posts. Well done and keep blogging naked!

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    • Jade Sambrook November 18, 2015 / 14:28

      Thanks for the kind words Martin! I figure the more we are who are brave enough to use our full names on posts, the more people will realize that the naked body is really no big deal. In other words, if they see that we are not ashamed of who we are, they might be inclined to take the plunge into nudism/naturism themselves! 🙂

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    • Jade Sambrook December 21, 2015 / 20:36

      Thank you kind Sir! Happy naked holidays to you!! 🙂

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  3. Gay Groom February 9, 2016 / 22:56

    Well nude karaoke is a new one for me. I once went to a nude book club to write about it… couldn’t do the singing nude tho. Would certainly be a spectator 🙂

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    • Jade Sambrook March 21, 2016 / 16:37

      Thanks for the comment Gay Groom! Apologies for the delay of my reply! I think that is the case with many folks – and since it is bare as you dare – they either come as spectators or take very little off. My problem is the opposite – as in everything is off before the song has even begun! LOL!

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      • Gay Groom March 22, 2016 / 15:27

        I have a couple of posed photos of you from pride a couple of years back (was working media for a local mag). IF you want them, send me an email address.

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      • Jade Sambrook March 22, 2016 / 16:19

        I would love them! There is nothing like photos to keep the memories alive! Would there be a charge for them, and if not I would be glad to give photo credit if required should I share to my Facebook, etc. My email is thenakedjade@gmail.com – Let me know, and hope to see you at Pride this year with no rain! 🙂

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