RELEASED! Wally sings on two new CDs just
released in Japan!
On Dancemania Bass #8, he sings
"The Twist" and a wicked version
of Bon Jovi's
"It's My Life!"
Happy Party he sings "S.O.S. (The Tiger Ate My Family)," "Cartoon
Look for them
in the import
section of your local record store, or COMING SOON HERE
IN JAPAN! Wally lends his vocal talents to East/West Records' "Dance
Express: Hi- Speed" CD series. Mostly sold in the Japanese market,
you may be able to find these albums in the import section of your favorite record
store! Wally sings the Guns 'N' Roses hit "You Could Be Mine," "Highway
Star" from Deep Purple, "S.O.S. (The Tiger Ate My Family)"
by Dr. Bombay, "Rock Is Dead" by Marilyn Manson, and "Paradise
City" by Guns 'N' Roses.
sings on two awesome CDs released in Japan! Included on these albums are his versions
of "The Twist," Bon Jovi's "It's My Life,"S.O.S. (The Tiger Ate My Family)," "Cartoon
Heroes," "Fasterharderscooter," the Guns 'N' Roses hit "You Could Be Mine," "Highway
Star" from Deep Purple, "Rock Is Dead" by Marilyn Manson, and "Paradise City"
by Guns 'N' Roses. Look for them in the import section of your local record store!!
Wally sings in a variety of styles (opera, hard rock, alternative, pop, R&B,
country, novelty, group, impersonations) for many projects. He started out writing
and performing songs for the Dr. Demento Show, then went on to sing songs for
the Howard Stern Show, Rick Dees in The Morning, The Michael Reagan Show, The
Premiere Comedy Networks, The Cutler Comedy Networks.
He's sung jingles for Old Navy, Pax-TV and others, and has been featured on Saban's
"Addams Family' and television's "Pacific Blue!" He's most well known in the circle
of Batman fans for his song in 1989 called "Adam West," and has recently remixed
a dance version of the song for 2004. The original release was a constant number
one on Dr. Demento's Funny 5 in 1989.
here to go to the WALLY'S CLIPS page to hear samples from some of these songs.
soon to a future "Dance Express: Hi-Speed" CD, Wally sings "Cartoon
Heroes" by Aqua, "Faster, Harder Scooter" by Scooter, a rap song
called "Smoke" (based on Deep Purple's "Smoke On The Water"),
"Another One Bites The Dust" by Queen, Kenny Loggins' "Footloose,"
and "Centerfold" by the J. Geils Band!
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