Double the comedy, double the fun! Double the FuMP, and double the puns! Ok that was terrible, but this next artist would have said something hilarious. Of course I’m talking about The Great Luke Ski!
At Dragon*Con 2004, Dr. Demento declared “the great Luke Ski” to be his radio program’s “Most Requested Artist of the 21st Century”. Since then, Luke held onto that title by having songs on “The Dr. Demento Show’s” annual year-end “Funny 25” countdown of his most requested songs of the year for nine years in a row, including three of them at #1 (“Peter Parker” 2002, “Stealing Like A Hobbit” 2003, “Snoopy The Dogg” 2011), and two of them at #2 (“You Don’t Know Jack” 2006, “Too Much Stuff” 2009). His song parodies, originals, stand-up and sketches about pop culture pheonema (doot doo, do-do-do!) have make him a favorite performer at science-fiction and fandom conventions all across the midwest and beyond. Luke is also a 2-time winner of the Logan Whitehurst Memorial Award For Excellence In Comedy Music for Outstanding Parody Song for “Snoopy The Dogg” in 2012, and “When You Wish Upon A Death Star” in 2013.
He’s got SO many great songs, but here’s a video someone uploaded with one of my favorites:
Luke Ski just so happens to also be one of the core members of The Funny Music Project, or “The FuMP” for short. Check out The FuMP HERE!