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Parody & Original Songs of Loose Bruce Kerr as featured on the Dr. Demento & Jim Bohannon Shows
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Now displaying: December, 2007
Dec 29, 2007

"ANY LANE," to the tune of the Beatles' "Penny Lane," is Loose Bruce Kerr's latest AUDIO parody (video coming soon), about drivers who weave, change lanes without signaling, and drive us all nuts. A friend of Bruce's once remarked, "I don't signal, that gives the enemy too much information." See, also, Bruce's ROAD RAGE parody, "Ghostdrivers In Disguise" on this subject. <http://loosebrucekerr.libsyn.com>   After retiring from over 2 decades of performing and writing full-time, Bruce continues to record audios and videos of his parodies and originals in his garage while holding down his day job as a high-tech lawyer for Sun Microsystems in Northern California's Silicon Valley. email Bruce at <BKerrLaw@aol.com>

Dec 20, 2007

l"THE BALLAD OF WOODY & MIA" -VIDEO parody by Loose Bruce Kerr re Woody Allen & Mia Farrow.

This is a new video of Bruce's 1992 parody song which parallels the media saturation regarding Woody Allen's breakup with Mia Farrow and his affair with her adopted daughter, Soon-Yi Previn.

Woody & Soon-Yi are still together but at the time the story broke, the nation was divided between those who saw the relationship of 60 year old Allen and 25 year old Previn as true love conquering all and those who saw it as improper, even immoral.

The parody song was played many times in '92 & '93 on the Dr. Demento and Jim Bohannon radio shows, and was featured on a "basement tapes" edition of Dr. Demento's.

The background parts were recorded by Bruce one-at-a-time and mixed down from his 4-track cassette deck, including multiple overdubs of Bruce playing "vocal trumpets." This video has Bruce singing live and playing his Les Paul electric guitar over his old background tracks.

A year after first recording this parody song, Bruce resumed his career as a lawyer which he had put on hold for 20 years to record and perform music. He continues to record audios and videos of his parodies and originals while holding down his day job as a lawyer for Sun Microsystems in Northern California's Silicon Valley.

email Bruce at <BKerrLaw@aol.com>

Dec 12, 2007

"GHOSTDRIVERS IN DISGUISE" The LIVE MP3 AUDIO by song parodist Loose Bruce Kerr parodies the Vaughn Monroe hit, "Ghostriders In the Sky." It tells the tale of a modern day road rage incident in which both participants come face to face in a standoff reminiscent of the Wild West.

Bruce lives, works, records, and performs in Silicon Valley in Northern California. Bruce is also an attorney with Sun Microsystems. His parodies are regularly featured on the Dr. Demento and Jim Bohannon Shows. In the 90's, Bruce opened for "Weird Al" Yankovic.

email Bruce at: BKerrLaw@aol.com

Dec 11, 2007

"GHOSTDRIVERS IN DISGUISE" The STEREO VIDEO by song parodist Loose Bruce Kerr parodies the Vaughn Monroe hit, "Ghostriders In the Sky." It tells the tale of a modern day road rage incident in which both participants come face to face in a standoff reminiscent of the Wild West. Bruce lives, works, records, and performs in Silicon Valley in Northern California. Bruce is also an attorney with Sun Microsystems. His parodies are regularly featured on the Dr. Demento and Jim Bohannon Shows. In the 90's, Bruce opened for "Weird Al" Yankovic. email Bruce at: BKerrLaw@aol.com

Dec 1, 2007

"I RIGHT THE WRONGS" MP3 AUDIO parody by Loose Bruce Kerr, based on Barry Manilow's "I Write the Songs" tells of the ultimate sex-based affirmative action by an individual: a man who does ALL the household cleaning, reversing a pattern that's lasted since the beginning of time. Bruce sings and plays the instruments one at a time in his garage studio in Silicon Valley in Northern California, then videos them while singing and playing live over the arrangements. Bruce is also an attorney with Sun Microsystems. His parodies are regularly featured on the Dr. Demento and Jim Bohannon Shows. email Bruce at: BKerrLaw@aol.com

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