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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.

Sep 30, 2018

Here's Loose Bruce Kerr's latest song parody, to the tune of the 1909 Yale University song, "The Whiffenpoof Song."

It is, of course, about the current Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh, and his recent U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee appearance wherein he nearly waxed poetic about his love of beer from his high...


Jul 7, 2018

"FUCKELOT" is a parody by Loose Bruce Kerr (Dr. Demento Show; opened for "Weird Al" Yankovic) to the tune of "Camelot" as sung by Richard Harris in the musical of the same name.

This is from a live performance in the late 1980's, probably at a club in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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Jan 17, 2018

"WOULD IT BE SO NICE?" is a Beach Boys parody AUDIO by Loose Bruce Kerr with additional vocals by Megan Berru-Kerr, Bruce's loving daughter-in-law.

50 years ago, boomers spoke & sang of dreaming about being a bit older so we could "do more" (in every way possible). Now we've reached the other end of things so here's a...


Dec 29, 2017

Here's another video parody from Loose Bruce Kerr (Dr. Demento, over 100 plays of Bruce's songs): THE GUY FROM AL-QAEDA IN IRAQ, to the tune of "The Girl from Ipanema" from the mid-60's.

Bruce pre-records his background instruments in his garage in northern California, one thing at a time, then sings and plays guitar...


Mar 8, 2017

"THE BATTLE OF FLORIDA (2000)" was parodist Loose Bruce Kerr's real-time telling of Bush v Gore during that election year, where it all came down to recounts in Florida, including "chads." It is to the tune of "The Battle of New Orleans" by Johnny Horton.

The song was featured on NPR's "All Things Considered"...