I’ve just got back from Larmer Tree Festival, I had a great time! Here are some videos from my show at Larmer Tree Festival last year. Vids from this year’s show coming soon!
It’s my Dad’s birthday today! I made him a song. Listen!
Things you need to know about my Dad for this song to make sense:
1. He went to America recently and was into the cowboy stuff.
2. He saw a Stetson hat he really liked but it was too expensive so he bought a cheaper one and has regretted it ever since.
3. He bought an authentic American cowboy belt but then found out the label said “Made in China”
4. He lives in Cambourne.
5. He drives an Audi
5. He does a lot of paperwork.
6. His favourite meal is eggs, chips and beans.
7. He hasn’t really got piles (he says).
Happy Birthday pa!
Full lyrics below:
Anonymous said: I love the music on Clarence! What do you think about it/do you know where I can find it?
I thnk it’s very fun, but I don’t believe anyone’s posted it online.
Hey guys! I’m responsible for some of the music on Clarence, including the theme song! An excellent guy called Jim Venable does the main scoring for the show, and I write additional music and songs. Usually when you hear an original song or a musical parody that will be my work. In the most recent episode I composed the ‘Honk Song’ when Clarence and all the school kids are in the playground playing their bike horns in glorious chaotic symphony! Funnnnnn!
I’m not sure if I’m allowed to post anything online, but hopefully one day we can release an album of the best stuff!
Otherwise you can check out more of my own music at http://blog.simonpanrucker.com/music and visit my YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/simonpanrucker
Thanks a gazillion, and I’m glad you’re enjoying the music! I KNOW I AM WAAAARRRHHGGGHHHHHOOOOOOOOOO!
I love Clarence.
Here is a guy called John Pesina playing along to my theme song for Clarence. Gratifying! Well played John!
Maybe I’ll do a tutorial video of how to play this soon…
On 18th April, 2014, I recorded the first episode of a collaborative storytelling podcast with a most enthusiastic audience at The Wardrobe Theatre, Bristol. It was a lot of fun! After the recording I took the audio home, edited it, and added music and sound effects to create SUPER DUPER STORYTIME - EPISODE 1: