Kicking off the World Series 2010, "Loose Bruce" Kerr has written and recorded "GO GIANTS" in his garage in Northern California's Silicon Valley. In Bruce's performing days, he opened for "Weird Al" Yankovic. He continues to be featured on the Dr. Demento Show and Jim Bohannon Show, 2 nationally syndicated programs. Bruce is an attorney and works at Oracle email: BKerrLaw@aol.com
"SUN MICRO" mp3 parody of "Kokomo" by the Beach Boys. A tribute song by Sun's Assistant General Counsel, "Loose Bruce" Kerr. Recorded in 2003 as Sun refocused to get back on top. Never fully recovered from the dotcom days of my first employment there. Loved every minute. Best IT industry professionals in the world. Like the "Tucker" auto & Jeff Bridges movie, best product, ahead of its time, not quite a market match, unfortunately. But we kicked butt & had fun.
"Mr. Joe Bangles," parody/video of Jerry Jeff Walker's, "Mr. Bo Jangles... by "Loose Bruce" Kerr, nationally known song parodist featured on the Dr. Demento & Jim Bohannon shows on AM radio...Joe Bangles a modern day-suburban house-to-house male stripper/fashion model for women and men, alike! Republicans Welcome! Bruce is also an attorney at Sun Microsystems in California's Silicon Valley. BKerrLaw@aol.com Copyright 2006 Broken Records & Marjorie Music Publ (BMI) - All Rights Reserved
VIDEO version of Loose Bruce Kerr's latest original song about the immigration protests and use of the Mexican flag in U.S. streets. Hear also the stereo mp3 or mono mp3 version of the song on this podcast site. Other videos of Bruce's are at www.youtube.com (type <Bruce Kerr> in search field. Bruce can be heard regularly on the Dr. Demento & Jim Bohannon nationally syndicated radio shows. Bruce is also an attorney with Sun Microsystems.
STEREO VER: Bruce says: "I wanted, for the illegal immigration issue, an original song to represent the center. I thought the recent demonstators' use of the flag of Mexico was plain stupid and counterproductive. If it's the Mexican flag that's the symbol, what's with the excape at risk of death scenario and coming here? If, on the other hand, you've escaped and now want the rights and privileges of citizenship, why are you not including yourself in the American landscape and waving the <American> flag? That would engender more support from the current citizenship of the U.S. I realize the Mexican flag is a symbol of solidarity-for <Mexican> citizens. If you really deserve citizenship here, and you came here like earlier immigrants to fold into the American dream and culture, embracing the American flag would do more to convince the current citizens of your true intent to become an American. The prevalence of a foreign flag in our streets, and that of a country who many feel is conducting a de facto "invasion" in numbers of immigrants coming here illegally, turned many off in the political center and even the left who might otherwise have been supporters (and eventual voters) on this issue. Beyond that, I wanted to capture some American folk styles and idioms to give it some Americana, hence the banjo, folk guitars, and mandolin. The harmonies, that's just where I live." Video coming...