You should be aware there is some cartoon violence and a little bit of what some people might call “adult themes.” But there’s no harsh profanity, and nothing that I think you would find terribly offensive.As always, you should use your best judgment as a parent, but if your child wouldn’t be traumatized by, say, an issue of MAD Magazine or an episode of The Simpsons, I’m pretty sure he or she wouldn’t have any problems at all with my live show.Of course, the video is available on i Tunes (in fact, it was the #1 best-selling music video for a couple months!
I typically get clearances for the songs in the medley before I actually arrange it… ” together, I just couldn’t find a way to incorporate the Nickelback song into it where it didn’t sound wedged in or tacked on – so unfortunately I had to leave it off.
Susan M of Tallahassee, FL asks: How come the Dual Disc doesn’t contain the video for “White & Nerdy”?
It’s a fantastic disc, a fantastic song, and a fantastic video; I just don’t understand why there are lots of other (great) videos but not that one.
It all began a couple years ago, when my record label suggested that I consider doing a Dual Disc release.
At the time I thought it was a great idea, because I was all in favor of anything that would make the new album more of an event and provide more “bang for the buck” for the fans.