"PARTY LIKE IT'S 1929" by "Loose Bruce" Kerr is a parody of... more »
"PARTY LIKE IT'S 1929" by "Loose Bruce" Kerr is a parody of Prince's "1999," about the country's current fiscal crisis. While Prince's 1982 original spoke of the end of days way off in the future (way off in 1999), Bruce's parody speaks of the end of days happening...RIGHT NOW! At least it seems like it, with Republicans calling for government takeovers of private banks. Who'd have predicted that would ever happen. Lenin, anyone? Feels like...like...1929.
High res. version as well as stereo & mono mp3's of this parody available for free at http://loosebrucekerr.libsyn.com
"Loose Bruce" Kerr is an irregular feature on the Dr. Demento and Jim Bohannon syndicated national radio shows. Bruce has opened for "Weird Al" Yankovic.
Kerr records and performs his videos and audio tracks in his garage, singing and playing the instruments one at a time. Bruce took 20 years off from his legal career to write and perform music as "Loose Bruce" Kerr. After resuming his career in law, Kerr is currently Assistant General Counsel of Sun Microsystems in Northern California's Silicon Valley.
Most of Bruce's audios and videos can be heard and seen on this podcast site as well as on YouTube, funnyordie.com, metacafe.com, revver.com, myspace, yahoo, and many other video sites.
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