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Listen To Richie Phillips Newest Parody on the Health Care Act


If you watched the video of when Richie Phillips stopped by the studio, you heard that he would let us know when he was going to release a new parody song, and he’s gone and done it! And he’s said we could share it with you here and on our streaming station X1. So without further ado, here is his latest called “Starting Over”.

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Watch: Adele – Hello (From The Dark Side), A Star Wars Parody


A friend posted this to my Facebook page thinking it was pretty great and wondered if it was worthy to be posted on our site. Well, yeah! I’m not personally a big fan of Adele, but I like her music and this is obviously in my wheel house of interest. RoyishGoodLooks should think about maybe doing more parodies. And if they are as good as this, I think a duet with Weird Al wouldn’t be out of the question. Enjoy!

 

Let It Snow – a Frozen Parody For Western New York!


What do you do with 7 feet of snow? If you’re from western New York you make the most of it!
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Weird Al’s ‘Mandatory Fun’ is the #1 Album in The Country


I have listened to Weird Al since my high school days, when PYX106 still had Dr. Demento every Sunday night. From Another One Rides The Bus to White and Nerdy, I have been a fan. And now that he’s #1 on the Billboard Top 200 Album Charts beating out Jason Mraz, Rise Against and Kids Bop. I’m hoping he comes to Albany! Read the rest of this entry

You Can’t “Unsee” Porn Actor Ron Jeremy’s Cover of Wrecking Ball


Ever since Miley Cyrus’ twerking on national TV, she has been copied and parodied over and over again. This one though is  the one that takes the cake. Adult film actor Ron Jeremy, affectionately known as “The Hedgehog”, has done porn as well as real acting roles in movies and TV. Now it looks like he’s taking a shot at the music biz. Read the rest of this entry

Bruce Springsteen Joins Jimmy Fallon To Parody Gov. Chris Christie’s Traffic Jam Scandal


 

Just another reason why Jimmy Fallon is a welcomed addition to “The Tonight Show.” His parody songs/impressions have been a massive success, and he adds to it with another phenomenal version of “Born To Run” featuring the actual Bruce Springsteen.  (more…)