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Video Licks: Weird Al Delivers a New Parody Tune on ‘Sound Advice’

Video Licks: Weird Al Delivers a New Parody Tune on ‘Sound Advice’

Weird Al’s career has been on the upswing for quite some time. This, of course, means he is required to receive some media coaching from our favorite Sound Advice expert. During this session Janessa Slater gives Al a lesson in norm core, discusses his Grammy win, and coaxes the parody king to belt out a […]

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Video Licks: Watch WEIRD AL Adjust His Bowtie For the Benefit of Mankind

Video Licks: Watch WEIRD AL Adjust His Bowtie For the Benefit of Mankind

Apparently bow ties are not supposed to spin right round like a record, folks. Music parody king Weird Al has a bit of a problem in the revolving bow tie department and Clarksman has just the thing to solve it. Funny or Die presents the Never Spin Bow Tie! Never-Spin Bow Ties with Weird Al […]

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Video Licks: Malarkey & Shar Bring You the ‘Weird Copcept Album’

Video Licks: Malarkey & Shar Bring You the ‘Weird Copcept Album’

Dean Clarke and Murph Bridges are fed up of their Chicago Police jobs. Their true passion is music. Their euphonious hero is Weird Al Yankovic. What if these dreamers sampled the tunes of the parody king to bring the world their powerful story? It’s time to experience the first three tracks of the WEIRD COPCEPT […]

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Tasty News: Get WEIRD this Hump Day

Tasty News: Get WEIRD this Hump Day

I mean get all the Weird Al information you could ever desire this fine Wednesday. First off, the dates for Weird Al‘s next world tour were announced and he’s gonna be one tired parody king. The Mandatory World Tour will kick off in Las Vegas May 12 and travel to far off places like the […]

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Video Licks: Weird Al is a Master of Language in ‘Word Crimes’

Video Licks: Weird Al is a Master of Language in ‘Word Crimes’

Folk, it’s day TWO of the eight days of parody video premieres gifted to us from dear Weird Al Yankovic. The man has topped himself YET AGAIN!. The latest video not only parodies Robin Thicke’s Blurred Lines but makes it quite clear Weird Al could produce a whole School House Rock inspired album for the […]