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...
Oct 6, 2017
"EVER YOU": for my family who recently lost my cousin, James Michael Conway at the early age of 58.
And to all the families who recently lost loved ones in Las Vegas, and Hurricanes Irma & Maria.
After months of work, I was finishing recording this new song as these events occurred.
Oct 4, 2017
In Memoriam: James Michael Conway, Funeral Service
Auckland, New Zealand, Sept. 20, 2017
This video was posted by the family of Jim Conway, my dear cousin who died too early in life. An amazing man, husband, father, friend, cousin, we miss him dearly.
(some is in the local language of Jim's home, the island of Tuvalu in...
Sep 5, 2017
STEREO AUDIO ORIGINAL mp3
"I MET MY SWEETIE ON TAHITI" is an original song & recording by "Loose Bruce" Kerr. It's an homage to his parents who taught him his first instrument (ukelele, by his Dad, Ken), songs from their youth in the 1920's (Ken & Opal, both), and, re his Dad's love for both dixieland jazz and...
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"...