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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: October, 2014
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 to write, perform & record his music while gigging from the U.S. to the Caribbean. He is currently a lawyer at Oracle. He opened for "Weird Al" Yankovic back in the day.

songs & videos at loosebrucekerr.com

email: BKerrLaw@aol.com

newest originals on cdbaby.com & iTunes (search on loose bruce kerr)

Oct 28, 2014

"CROQUET" is the AUDIO parody by Loose Bruce Kerr of Eric Clapton's version of "Cocaine" written by J.J. Cale. Croquet, cocaine, what's the diff?

Loose Bruce Kerr is an irregular feature of the Dr. Demento & Jim Bohannon Shows. Bruce took 20 years off from his legal career to travel the U.S. & Caribbean in a solo, duo, or band act performing his originals & parodies such as "O.J.-oh," (#1 on Dr. Demento "Funny Five") and "When I'm 94" to the Beatles tune. Bruce opened for "Weird Al" Yankovic back in the day. He resumed his legal career and currently is an attorney at Oracle in northern California's Silicon Valley. He lives in Morgan Hill, California where he continues to write, perform, and record his originals & parodies.

Find Bruce's songs & videos for free on youtube & loosebrucekerr.com. His latest originals are on iTunes & cdbaby.com for free sampling, & download for 99 cts. Search on "loose bruce kerr."

email: BKerrLaw@aol.com

Oct 7, 2014

[AUDIO version, see also here: VIDEO MP4 version]

On the 25th year anniversary, Loose Bruce Kerr's comedy audio montage of "The Quake of '89" tells the story of the northern California earthquake of that year on October 17th (Bruce's birthday) through rock bands and singers, all of whom are in some way connected to the San Francisco Bay area. The piece received radio airplay in the month following the earthquake and the audio cassette's sales helped raise money for earthquake relief.

Oakland, Marin, the outer East Bay, San Jose, and of course, San Francisco are all represented. Everyone from Tony Bennett to Huey Lewis to the Pointer Sisters to the Grateful Dead to Credence to Janis Joplin to Otis Redding...they're all here to tell the story using snippets of their songs.

Loose Bruce Kerr lived in Mountain View in Silicon Valley in those days. He now resides in northern California's Morgan Hill. After 20 years of performing and writing & recording such pieces, originals, & parodies, he is now back to his original profession and is a lawyer working at Oracle in Santa Clara, CA.

Back in the day, he opened for "Weird Al" Yankovic and his parodies have been played on over 100 of the Dr. Demento Shows.

Visit loosebrucekerr.com for free copies of Bruce's video mp4's and audio mp3's.

email: BKerrLaw@aol.com

Oct 7, 2014

On the 25th year anniversary, Loose Bruce Kerr's comedy audio montage of "The Quake of '89" tells the story of the northern California earthquake of that year on October 17th (Bruce's birthday) through rock bands and singers, all of whom are in some way connected to the San Francisco Bay area. The piece received radio airplay in the month following the earthquake and the audio cassette's sales helped raise money for earthquake relief.

Oakland, Marin, the outer East Bay, San Jose, and of course, San Francisco are all represented. Everyone from Tony Bennett to Huey Lewis to the Pointer Sisters to the Grateful Dead to Credence to Janis Joplin to Otis Redding...they're all here to tell the story using snippets of their songs.

Loose Bruce Kerr lived in Mountain View in Silicon Valley in those days. He now resides in northern California's Morgan Hill. After 20 years of performing and writing & recording such pieces, originals, & parodies, he is now back to his original profession and is a lawyer working at Oracle in Santa Clara, CA.

Back in the day, he opened for "Weird Al" Yankovic and his parodies have been played on over 100 of the Dr. Demento Shows.  

email: BKerrLaw@aol.com

 

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