She de-topped it, poor John Bobbitt..."THE BIG BOBBITT" is Loose Bruce Kerr's 1993 parody of the Big Bopper's "Chantilly Lace," here it is for the first time on the Internet...for free!
Loose Bruce Kerr had a 20 year career "interruption" of his legal career as he performed his music & comedy coast-to-coast and in the Caribbean as a solo, duo with Steve Hoeft, or in his New England band in the late 70's, Spud City. He also opened for "Weird Al" Yankovic back in the day. He is currently a lawyer at Oracle in northern California's Silicon Valley and continues to record his videos and original & parody songs in his garage called, "The Garage."
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 legal career in 1973 for 20 years of performing his songs & comedy, he resumed being a lawyer in 1993 and works for Oracle in northern California's Silicon Valley. He records his videos & songs 1 instrument at a time in his garage studio named, "THE GARAGE."
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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 was Assistant General Counsel at the time), and ordered youtube.com to take down the video (which it did). The Electronic Frontier Foundation took the case for Bruce, Swaggart backed off and the video was restored on youtube. Here is that video from 1988, orginally produced and shown in affiliation with a San Francisco nationally affiliated tv station as the story broke.
Loose Bruce Kerr is an irregular feature on the Dr. Demento and Jim Bohannon nationally syndicated internet streams & radio shows. Having resumed his legal career after a 20 year span performing (opening for "Weird Al" Yankovic back in the day), Bruce is now an attorney working at Oracle in Silicon Valley, living in northern California, and contining to record his original and parody songs & videos in his garage studio, "THE GARAGE."