A bar in Chicago has installed 70 "Big Mouth Billy Bass" Singing Fishes to perform songs in unison.
Ashley Albert, co-owner of the bar brought in Adam Lassy who is a partner at Studio Quasi in New York City to help bring the idea to life. According to WGN 9 in Chicago Lassy said that "We created custom hardware and software and editing software to make this all happen...because this thing doesn't exactly exist," when talking about the signing bass. Albert "thought it was going to be ridiculous," but is excited at how many people are brought delight by it.
The bass heads currently can sing "Stayin' Alive" by the Bee Gees, "Once in a Lifetime" by the Talking Heads and "Choices" by E-40.
The singing fish heads will be located at Royal Palms Shuffleboard Club if you plan on visiting The Windy City anytime soon.