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Loose Bruce Kerr's Parody/Original Song Podcast

Loose Bruce Kerr's original & parody/satire podcast site for Bruce's latest & legacy audio MP3s and video MP4 performances, videos always with live vocal (& guitar, if used) against Bruce's background tracks recorded by him 1 vocal and 1 instrument at a time, to produce a finished song and/or video.

May 21, 2015

Here is Loose Bruce Kerr's mp3 audio parody of Santana's "Black Magic Woman" titled "BLACK MAGIC MARKER" from many years ago.

Loose Bruce Kerr opened for "Weird Al" Yankovic back in the day and is heard today nationally as an irregular feature of the Doctor Demento Show and Jim Bohannon Show.

After Bruce interrupted his...


May 16, 2015

a song parody video of the 1964 song,"Ringo" by Lorne Greene, this tells the tale of the downfall of televangelist Jimmy Swaggart, caught with a prostitute in a cheap motel in 1988.

Uploaded to youtube in 2007, Swaggart's law firm in 2009 issued a cease & desist letter to Bruce and his employer, Sun Microsystems (Bruce...


Jan 31, 2015

"FRANKENANCY," the comedy audio by Loose Bruce Kerr, about Frank Sinatra & Nancy Reagan, was inspired by Kitty Kelley's book about Nancy Reagan in 1991. It tells the story of the rumored romance between those 2, using snippets of Frank Sinatra recordings to tell the story via a mock interview format. At the time,...


Jan 25, 2015

"TIME TO START NEXT CHRISTMAS" is Loose Bruce Kerr's latest original, for right after Christmas.

Loose Bruce Kerr is a songwriter, performer, and music producer living in Northern California. A native of Waukesha, Wisconsin, Bruce took 20 years off from his legal career to tour the country and the Caribbean, performing...


Oct 31, 2014

"DEM PHONES" from 1991 is Loose Bruce Kerr's AUDIO parody of the old Negro Spiritual, "Dem Bones," little did he know at the time what was about to explode on the globe re iPhones, etc.

Loose Bruce Kerr is an irregular feature of the Dr. Demento & Jim Bohannon radio shows. He spent 20 years interrupting his legal career...