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February 22, 2017 in

Eddie Bruce, Sarah DiCicco, and Dave Williams posing outside of the trolley!What do you get when you put a fashionably dressed photographer, a film crew with a lot of GoPros, and a troupe of amazing singers together on a trolley?!  You get Trolley Karaoke of course!

As Valentine's Day eve dawned on Philadelphia, the team of CinemaCake Filmmakers, Sarah DiCicco Photography, and Eddie Bruce Orchestra took to the streets to begin surprising people and asking them to sing a love song with us!  There were several to choose from and with back up singers like CiBon, Charlene, and Eddie Bruce himself, there was nothing to fear.  

Our day started with the team from the Logan Hotel nailing a wonderful rendition of the Stevie Wonder classic, 'I Just Called to Say I Love You'.  From there, we picked up the team at The Union League, who were busily preparing for President's Day activities and celebrations.  They stuck with the Stevie Wonder hits and performed 'Ma Cherie Amour'.  Then it was off to the Ritz-Carlton, where the ladies selected a classic, 'Stop in the Name of Love' by the incomparable Supremes.

Eddie Bruce and Marilyn Maye singing for Trolley Karaoke!We started hearing some more modern love songs as we headed to our next stop up on Market Street. First, we met up with the women of Philadelphia Magazine Events team and Wedding Magazine, who joined Charlene in a rendition of 'Love on Top' by Beyonce.  Jim Weber, from Westin Philadelphia, was unfortunetly out of town, but one brave soul from the Westin staff did hop on and joined us in singing John Legend's 'All of Me'.  The team at the Rittenhouse Hotel brought back the classics by performing 'Stop in the Name of Love' and had a ball on the trolley!  We were all honored to then have the world-class Jazz singer, Marilyn Maye, join us in singing 'Delta Dawn' on the trolley!

After a quick lunch break, the trolley team raced up Broad Street to meet up with the crew at STARR Events.  They changed up the day by singing Bruno Mars' song 'Marry You' and packing the largest group we had seen all day in the trolley!  Our last stop of the day was at the world famous Philadelphia Museum of Art.  The women of the event team boldly jumped on the trolley and performed 'Love will Keep us together' by Captain & Tennille!  The day was a total success and you can check out the full film of our whirlwind adventure, below.

The trolley was generously supplied by Philadelphia Trolley Works and the Valentine's Day holiday decor was courtesy of Nicol Floral Design.  Everyone loved the silk roses that Nicol included as well, and many of our karaoke performers used the flowers as makeshift microphones!  After each group finished their song, they were each given a delicious cupcake, donated from Whipped Bakeshop.  We had a blast surprising everyone with Trolley Karaoke, and who knows?  Maybe you and your team will be next! 

  

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