[New] Parody Video for Toby Keith’s “I Love This Bar”
It is with great pleasure to introduce a parody video that I had a hand in helping bring to life.
A few months ago, a songwriter named Skip West contacted me for help on his idea of a country song parody, this one being a celebration of local parish life. We worked on it for a couple of drafts, and it ultimately became “I Love St. Bart’s“.
He then... Read More
I’m Trying Snapchat
Follow me on snapchat!
After catching up on the enthusiastic raves from the likes of Cliff Ravenscraft and Ray Edwards, I have decided to give snapchat a try.
To put yet another social media platform is daunting, but there are some aspects to this which I find quite intriguing. Mainly, a way to create content that is fun to watch, but also can be uploaded to my YouTube channel’s... Read More
What I Love About the Tenebrae Service
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My Periscope thoughts about the Tenebrae service, and why I love it.
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Parody Video: Holy Thursday
Here is my latest parody video. It is a parody of The Mamas & The Papas classic “Monday, Monday,” called “Holy Thursday.”
The purpose of the song is to share all the goings on that occur at Church on Holy Week, especially as one enters the Triduum (the three days from Holy Thursday evening to Easter Sunday morning). There is a lot of activity, to... Read More
My Latest Parody Video Is Nearly Here…
http://traffic.libsyn.com/prayermeetingpodcast/nap013.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadI have a new parody video being released!
It will be my first parody video in six years.
When I created the first video, I had a team of professionals come and help me craft it. But it also cost me more money than I had, and I was determined that if I was to do this, I should learn... Read More
Funny Parody Song About Lent
Wednesday starts the beginning of Lent. In honor of Ash Wednesday, I, once again, draw attention to the video and parody of This Time of Forty Days.
Please consider passing this along in your own circles. Thank you!
This Time of Forty Days
Parody of “King of Pain”
Written by Sting
Peformed by The Police
There’s a little black spot on your head today
I guess it must mean... Read More
Thoughts about 2015 and Moving Forward…
Is it too late to talk about the impact of 2015?
The events of the past year, for me anyway, have been… well… I am undergoing a “period of adjustment.” Some good changes, some unfortunate ones. I’m not complaining; if anything, I’m grateful for the clarity. I’m even more resolute than ever to provide quality content–both... Read More
Make Christ King in Your Life
The world is ignoring Christ’s Kingship.
Every year we see hints of Christ being downplayed in the world, whether it be in symbolic gestures of removing religious symbols in secular establishments, or raising up of all other religious belief systems on par with Christ, as if Christ were but one of many choices in the cafeteria expression of belief. Even amongst our own lives,... Read More
R.I.P. (Another) Nick Alexander
I’m sure it is a shock for many people to read about the passing of the Merchandise Manager for Eagles of Death Metal and begin tributes for his passing… to wind up here.
Theirs was the concert that was interrupted by ISIS terrorists in Paris this past Friday, taking hostages and killing over 80 people. It is as enormous and shocking a story that ever will be.
My... Read More
Update On My Latest Parody Songs
Performing a “newer” parody. More recent songs are being made.
I’m acutely aware that the largest percentage of those who frequent my blog are interested in my parody songs. And I’m thrilled for that. My interests have vacillated all over the map—encompassing many different areas; and when the music industry made it so that releasing albums no longer... Read More
What I Learned from Horror Movies This Year
It’s no secret that I love horror movies.
But as a Christian, I also think that a heavy, undisciplined rotation of such can be detrimental to one’s soul. One can simply read the comments on a regular user board to find those who wish “they can unsee” certain movies, that such nastiness would hang with them for a long time.
Therefore, I am extremely discerning... Read More
Story Behind the Song: Get Canonized A Saint
In the year 2000, I was on a roll. My first album A Time to Laugh was released, and I wanted to keep up the momentum of writing new parody songs. I decided to focus my attention on individual holiness, and so the concept of “Eternal Life: The Party Album” was born.
One of the ideas I had behind the album was to look upon heaven as a glorious feast, a party. Part... Read More
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