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"Weird Al" Yankovic
Alfred Matthew Yankovic was born in southern California in When he was six years old Al was given the option of guitar or accordion lessons. He chose the accordion which would eventually help create a successful career. Al Yankovic was able to use the new medium of music videos and MTV to catapult him to fame. He says he was influenced by his father who encouraged his accordion and polka music and told him to do whatever makes him happy.
By Luke Winkie July 10, In preparation for Weird Al's 'Mandatory Fun' album, here are his 10 greatest songs.
The two men share distinctive looks. Weird Al real name Alfred Matthew Yankovic has sported the same curly-haired, accordion-carrying image for decades, whereas Jackson had his various phases, each as iconic as the last. Perhaps it made sense for the pair to gravitate toward each other in this unexpected way. Weird Al Yankovic performing live in concert during his Tour. To his surprise, Jackson was more than alright with the idea. Portrait of American musician, parodist, and comedian Weird Al Yankovic as he poses with various food items during a photo shoot, Los Angeles, California, March 20, He thought it was a funny idea.
Apr Comedians are revisiting their past material given our overly sensitive times. Often, the decision is made for them. Just ask would-be Oscar host Kevin Hart, felled by old homophobic jokes. After several bloggers pointed out that the term [spastic] has been used as a derogatory reference to those with cerebral palsy, Yankovic took to Twitter to apologize for the gaffe, claiming he was unaware of the connotations.
This list pulls together his 10 best moments. The video is filled with brilliant sight gags from the smiley face jacket to an exploding guitar player. Weird Al's deliberately lame dance moves reinforce how amazing Michael Jackson's dancing was at his peak. Chamillionaire, the target of this parody it's a takeoff on his huge hit "Ridin'" , admits to being a fan. It did not take long for Weird Al to take on Madonna. Reportedly, Madonna herself suggested the parody. The medical industry is a target of Weird Al's sharp wit as well.