About Max DeGroot
Born in November of 1952, Max DeGroot (not his real name) spent his first year drinking milk and pooping, much to the initial delight and later disgust of his parents.
He wasted his youth listening to Tom Lehrer and Allan Sherman, but not exclusively, as he really got into the Beatles and the Four Seasons.
He attended college and majored in Astronomy...no, wait, it was Mathematics...hold on...no...Computer Science, yes that was it...um...well...maybe Music...
His father got disgusted with his indecision and cut him off after four years of this crap.
He then spent the next twenty years or so doing volunteer work, and encountering music and comedy put out by Monty Python, Weird Al Yankovic, and Doctor Demento.
He recorded his first parody, The Ferret National Anthem, in 2004, and there it sat until 2008, when he recorded his second parody, Campaign News. This was followed by a flurry of parodies until he had enough to record a CD. Since then, he has recorded more parodies and funny music, creating a backlog of sorts.
Anyway, his first public performance of his work occurred in October of 2009, and he has since rocketed to obscurity.
He did manage to hit Dr. Demento's Top Ten for March, April, and May 2010 with "Census" and it managed to end up as the #3 song of the year for 2010.
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