How bingo and music help spread the love
It wasn’t too long ago when some people still thought of bingo as a game meant only for old, frumpy, bespectacled folks (with the occasional grandchild held captive). However, the game has recently started to gain a more hip reputation, thanks to reports of celebrities getting in on the act.
Pop, Rock, and Bingo Superstars
Some of the more prominent celebrities enjoying the game come from the music world. In fact, Madame ZuZu’s, a teahouse run by The Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan, hosts bingo nights every Monday. Of course, the event wouldn’t be complete without music playing in the background; and if you’re really lucky, you might just catch the Pumpkins themselves jamming on stage.