Weird Al Yankovic
COLLECTION:live Essentials • 43m
As pop music's premiere satirist, "Weird Al" Yankovic has been a consistent and potent force in the musical landscape for over four decades. He is the biggest selling comedy recording artist of all time, and his hit singles and pioneering music videos such as Eat It, Amish Paradise and White & Nerdy have earned him international acclaim. Throughout his career, Weird Al has released dozens of gold and platinum albums, and has won 5 GRAMMY Awards. On July 25, 2011, the GRAMMY Museum welcomed "Weird Al" Yankovic to discuss his celebrated career as a recording artist and his work as a songwriter, record producer, concert performer, actor, director, and as a New York Times Bestselling children's author. He also discussed his first new studio album in five years, Alpocalypse, which debuted at #9 on the Billboard charts.
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