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Published January 27, 2022

Classical orchestra performs foul mouth South Park songs, Dolly Parton teams with Duncan Hines, and Spotify chooses Joe Rogan

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Foul Mouth South Park Songs get classical treatment

A classical orchestra of impeccably trained musicians and singers gave the performance of a lifetime by singing foul mouth South Park songs.

Classics from the Trey Parker and Matt Stone Cartoon include the South Park opening theme song and a rendition of “Kyle’s mom is a %#.”

The results are hilarious as the performers clearly have difficulty keeping a straight face.

In an interview with the Hollywood reporter, Broadway veteran Stephen Oremus, said that reimagining the “South Park” music was a dream project.

“It was so much fun getting to blow them up and give them such proper classical renditions,” Oremus says.

Have a watch for a good laugh. The song is called “Kyle’s mom is a %#”, so expect swearing.

You’ve been warned.

Dolly Parton brings southern charm to Duncan Hines

Only Dolly Parton could make me detour from a classic chocolate cake.
The queen of Country has partnered with Duncan Hines to create two new flavours of cake mix, a Southern Style Banana Puddin’ cake and a Southern Style Coconut cake.

Dolly says she has always loved to cook.

On the Duncan Hines website, she writes, I had plenty of people show me what’s what in the kitchen…my Mama, my grandmother, and my aunts were all wonderful bakers.

The bad news is that the cake mixes sold out online within minutes.

The good news; they’re expected to reach store shelves in March. Someone take my money please!

Spotify chooses Joe Rogan after given ultimatum

Days after Neil Young issued an ultimatum to Spotify; his music is no longer available on the streaming service.

The rocker told Spotify he would pull his catalog if they didn't drop podcaster Joe Rogan.

Young wrote he feels that Rogan is spreading false vaccine safety information through his podcast "The Joe Rogan Experience."

It looks like Spotify chose Joe Rogan.

In a statement, the company says, "We regret Neil's decision to remove his music, but we hope to welcome him back soon."

They say more than 20,000 podcast episodes related to COVID-19 have been removed in accordance with its detailed content policies.

Meanwhile, Young thanked his record company Warner Brothers for standing behind him, saying, "it was a huge loss for my record company to absorb."

Neil Young image courtesy of Neil Young archives via Instagram. Joe Rogan image courtesy of Joe Rogan Via Facebook,
Neil Young image courtesy of Neil Young archives via Instagram. Joe Rogan image courtesy of Joe Rogan Via Facebook,

feature image courtesy of Duncan Hines via Facebook

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