C.C. Banana Sings!

Not only is C.C. Banana infamous for poking fun at rock stars, he is also known for poking fun at their music! Below are a few of the popular song parodies that C.C. has performed live in concert. Feel free to sing along at home!
Originally made famous by Archie and Edith Bunker, this song has been kept
alive via modern interpretations by the likes of Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne and
even Homer and Marge Simpson. Below is C.C. Banana's own fractured take on
this American staple, rewritten to celebrate the good old days of rock & roll.
Those Were the Days
(new lyrics by C.C. Banana)

When C.C. Banana attended a book signing by Gene Simmons of
Kiss, the last person he expected to encounter was former Skid Row
vocalist Sebastian Bach! Below is C.C.'s unique rendition of a Bas
classic, reworked to tell the tale of their legendary showdown.
I Remember You
(new lyrics by C.C. Banana)

C.C. Banana's latest song parody appears on the unlikely Kiss
tribute album KISS MY ANKH: A Tribute To Vinnie Vincent.
The song is a comedic take on the Gene Simmons/Vinnie Vincent
classic "Unholy," rewritten as a roast of Danger Danger vocalist
Ted Poley. Though seemingly an odd choice for inclusion on a
tribute to Vinnie Vincent, the track is in fact deeply rooted in Kisstory.
Ted Poley (parody of Unholy)
(new lyrics by C.C. Banana)

Disregarded his better judgment, C.C. Banana finally bowed to
popular demand and recorded his very first single! This television
favorite from the late 1960s is featured on the Saturday morning
cartoon tribute album Complete Balanced Breakfast, a loving
tribute to the animated themes from days gone by!
The Tra La La Song
(One Banana, Two Banana)
(original lyrics)

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