Byrd's Eye View: Karaoke with Cortland
PICTURED: Mike Mu, Candace Johnson and Vince Young
Tennessee Titan Cortland Finnegan hosted his second annual Karaoke For a Cure benefit at Cabana Wednesday night. Hundreds of football fans came out to help raise funds for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and The Cortland Finnegan ARK31 Foundation.
The event, which was emceed by GAC's Storme Warren, was peppered with performances from Titans players, including Vince Young, who did a rousing rendition of The Commodore's "Brick House" with fellow players Ahmard Hall, Tony Brown and Michael Griffin and country artist Jason Michael Carroll. They were cheered on from the sidelines by quarterback Kerry Collins and Two Foot Fred.
Titan Donnie Nicky was next up, performing Madonna's "Like A Virgin," after being dared to the stage by a crowd chanting his name -- something he certainly couldn't back down from!
Linebacker Ryan Fowler showed off his hip-hop skills by performing Rahzel's "If Your Mother Only Knew," a feat that required him to sing and beat box at the same time.
When Finnegan's turn arrived, he jumped on stage to rock out Elvis' "All Shook Up," complete with a few dance moves and some funny costume glasses thrown in for good measure.
"People can sing, and if you can't sing, it makes it all the more fun," said Finnegan. "You know, when you mix football players and music, you just have a good old time."