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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.

the “7 Theses of Phone On-Hold”

Dec 1, 2020

...(stealing a bit here from Martin Luther in the 1500's):

The “7 Theses of Phone On-Hold”

(nailed to the virtual church door 2020)

by Loose Bruce Kerr

December 1, 2020


  1. No On-Hold music loop may be shorter than 5 minutes before loop repeats.


  1. The fidelity of On-Hold music must be high fidelity and at least...

Nov 23, 2020

"I AM THERE FOR YOU" is "Loose Bruce" Kerr's original song, a jazz-scat-big band sound.

Bruce records his songs one instrument & vocal at a time, layering to get the final song. In this one, he sings, plays bass & piano "for real," then uses his synthesizer to compose & play each trombone, trumpet, saxophone, & set of...

Jul 18, 2020

"HOLD ME NOW" is a new song by Loose Bruce Kerr. While Bruce often does parodies, he also writes originals in various styles.

This one's in the mold of old Sinatra or Andy Williams standards. Using multi-tracking (invented by his fellow townie of Waukesha, Wisconsin, Les Paul), Bruce adds horns, strings, drums, etc.  by...

Jun 20, 2020

"THE WRECK OF THE GOOD BOMBA CHARGER" (Live Video, 1981) by Loose Bruce Kerr.

In 1981 I was performing my regular seasonal gig on St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands at Sparky's Waterfront Saloon. A boat that moved passengers between the Caribbean islands down there was called the "Bomba Charger," held about 24 or so,...

May 11, 2020

"HEAD FOR THE HILLS" is Loose Bruce Kerr's latest song, a post-pandemic one and an original that takes its flavor from the 1920's songs his parents taught him growing up in Wisconsin.

Bruce plays the uke he learned on and inherited from his father, Ken (a Martin uke). His mother sang 20's & 30's songs while cooking and...