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I do stand-up comedy, as well as parody. I often imitate the recording artists when I parody their music.
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Summer's almost here so, I thought I'd parody some "Surf Music", and I picked on Jan and Dean. Since the song is about over-eating, I guess it can be classified as "Snarf Music' instead. Mangia!!!
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Here is a Christmas parody I hope you will find amusing. Merry Christmas!
If you have ever owned a teenager, you may appreciate this one.
Erectile dysfunction is no laughing matter....wait a second....yes it is! When I finished writing this parody, I immediately thought Kris Earle should sing it. Thankfully, he came to visit and we got some time to record him
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This is a parody of Simon and Garfunkel's 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy). I did the lead and backing vocal, guitar, bass and drums. My daughter, Melissa, sang the other backing vocals.
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Another summer swiftly sails into the sizzling sunset. This parody is about tongue-twisting and alliteration. Try singing it five times, fast. I threw the bass and drum tracks together in Garageband, played all the guitars and, sang all of the vocals
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Nita Dunn singing a Rick Cormier parody of 'Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)" by Cher.
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"The Boss" has a problem with over-eating, which leads to gastrointestinal distress, and lots of grunting.
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A parody of David Bowie's, "Let's Dance"
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The beautiful ballad, "Somewhere Over the Rainbow", from the Wizard of Oz is completely ruined by this idiot, Cormier. His silly story about a disgusting L.A. flasher is utter trash!
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Thank you to Dr. Demento for playing this one on his show. My apologies, Ms. Diller but the picture fit the song.
Twilight Zone creator, Rod Serling, takes the Carpenters on a journey to a place where sight and sound are not always as they seem. Wow, that guy isnt just Close to You, he IS YOU!
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This is a parody of BTO's "You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet". In my version, a poor guy with a nervous stutter has a girlfriend who, during sex, screams out names but, none of them are his.
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A parody for a friend of mine, comedian Johnny Joyce
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A parody of Neil Diamond's, love anthem, "Sweet Caroline", only this one is about a man's relationship with his beat up, old car.