Brett Eidman | Ballad of Jerry Sandusky (Parody of Centerfield)

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Ballad of Jerry Sandusky (Parody of Centerfield)

by Brett Eidman

Hilarious song parody of John Fogerty's hit Centerfield.
Genre: Spoken Word: Song Parody
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Album Notes
Parody written by Brett Eidman and TC Gardner. Recorded by Ryan Ball at Checkmate Studio, Parmus NJ.
Vocals: Nate Vail
Coach: Brett Eidman

Brett Eidman is an award winning comedian/writer/actor who is best known for his song parody of “Shaft, Barack Theme” which was played on thousands of radio stations and CNN. Comedy bits from his CD, “What’s So F#@k’n Funny?” released on the Uproar Entertainment label, are played regularly on Sirius XM. A graduate of The Second City, Chicago, Brett has been seen and heard on several TV and Radio Shows including “Saturday Night Live”, “Law & Order”, and “CollegeHumor”. Brett’s one man show “One Angry Man” just completed a sold out run in NYC.


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