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Max DeGroot

Max DeGroot

Max DeGroot


Max DeGroot is this old guy who lives in Columbus, Ohio. He’s always been interested in funny music, since Allan Sherman went off to Camp Grenada, Tom Lehrer was on “That Was The Week That Was”, and The Detergents recorded “Leader of the Laundromat”. It wasn’t until 2004, however, that he did his first decent parody, which will be re-recorded soon. You can find it on YouTube if you know where to look. He did not record another parody until 2008, then recorded a flurry of them that year, because…well…because people liked them! Read more on Last.fm
Max DeGroot is this old guy who lives in Columbus, Ohio. He’s always been interested in funny music, since Allan Sherman went off to Camp Grenada, Tom Lehrer was on “That Was The Week That Was”, and The Detergents recorded “Leader of the Laundromat”. It wasn’t until 2004, however, that he did his first decent parody, which will be re-recorded soon. You can find it on YouTube if you know where to look. He did not record another parody until 2008, then recorded a flurry of them that year, because…well…because people liked them! Then, encouraged by a few fans, he started posting his parodies on The FuMP, where he was discovered by DJ Particle and others. His very first post there was featured as a Bleeding Edge on the DT20.

After two more of his parodies were Bleeding Edged, he finally broke into the DT20 with two songs, “Ode To Susan Boyle” and “Halitosis”. He finally hit paydirt with “Ode To Susan Boyle”, which was featured on The Doctor Demento Show May 9, 2009, June 7, 2009, and February 7, 2010. By the end of 2009, 15 of his parodies and silly songs made the Top 100 of the DT20 for 2009. At the end of February, Doctor Demento played a second song, “Census”. He replayed it two weeks later, and it has now been featured as the #1 most requested song for the months of March and April, 2010. He presently has two CDs out, and shows no signs of slowing down. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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