Here’s where favorites like the “45” song, “Back To Back”, “Creed Trilogy” AND “No Talent Ass Clown” CD (featuring “Duck Duck Goose” & Whiskey In The Jaymz”) live. I get lots of requests for this stuff. Enjoy.
The first Saliva album was pretty awesome. I remember knowing Josie & Co. back in the late 90’s, when I was in Memphis. Josie was still a struggling bouncer at one of the strip bars, and performed on stage in a suit, and sunglasses. It was an odd look at the time. Little did we know that the band would develop a hip-hop style. Their first album has some great stuff. including this one, which I think, still gets played at sporting events. One of my most popular songs. I take no responsibility for ruining the original for you forever.
A little ditty I put together during the downtime prior to the release of “St. Anger.” You might recall that James was going through some tough personal issues. I never mean any malice when I write these things. I just want people to laugh. Most of the time, the bands get it. The band has allegedly heard this one…and were “amused.” Metallica has a great sense of humor. One of my most-requested tunes. Enjoy!!!
From my second stint at WAAF, in Boston. Everyone knew I was a big Oakland Raiders fan. But…The New England Patriots were on their way to their 2nd Superbowl in as many years. So, I put this together pretty quick. It went over well. It was tough for me to sing their praises with conviction. Trust me.
Here’s a song parody from the Boston Red Sox 2004 World Series run. Set to the tune of Shinedown’s hit tune, and referencing Sox ace pitcher Pedro Martinez’ jersey number. I think the band has heard it. Fun Fact: WAAF is where Shinedown did the first acoustic performance of “Simple Man,” that exploded nationally.