With new rules prohibiting Al Duke’ from flexing his talent for inking and performing catchy parody songs, which parallel hot topics trending in the ever-changing New York sports landscape, this morning the executive producer of the Morning Extravaganza found himself a loophole.
Without further ado, Al entered the Allstate Studio during the 7 a.m. hour to perform his brand new parody gem, written to the classic English nursery rhyme, ‘Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star’ (which falls under the category of ‘public domain’) and paid tribute to Mike Pelfrey’s well-documented oral fixation.
To make things a little more interesting, Al performed sans music. Or as he put it, ‘a capella’…
LISTEN: Al Dukes’ Parody Song Twist (04/10)