Count the vote, baby!
Satirical songwriter K.J. revisits the Hues Corporation's 1974 hit "Rock the Boat" with a new twist for Election 2000.
November 15, 2000 2:00PM (UTC)
Singer-songwriter K.J. has been making up funny songs since he was a kid, but in the last 10 years he's begun to produce them professionally. His spoof songs have covered topics ranging from the
Monica Lewinsky scandal to the O.J. Simpson trial, and have appeared on radio stations such as WQAM, WGN and WABC.
K.J. lives in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., where he sings in piano bars professionally.
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