Parody singer-songwriter Cledus T. Judd released his 10th studio album, “Parodyziac!!,” today on Warner Bros. Records/LoudMouth Entertainment. Released digitally on Oct. 16, the album features Judd’s latest single, “Honeymoon,” a music video for which is soon to be released and is directed by Laura Bell Bundy.
The album’s first single, “The House That Broke Me,” spoofs Tishomingo resident and country music superstar Miranda Lambert’s smash ballad “The House That Built Me.” Check out the video posted above.
His new collection also includes a collaboration with Oklahoma comedian Rodney Carrington called “Feel Like a Pawn Star,” which is an obvious riff on the Tim McGraw-Kenny Chesney duet “Feel Like a Rock Star.”
In 1995, Judd released his debut album, “Cledus T. Judd: No Relation,” kicking off a career that spans nine studio albums and boasts more than 2 million records sold. His first video, “If Shania Was Mine” (his take on Shania Twain’s “Any Man of Mine”), won CMT’s 1996 Independent Video Of the Year award, launching his reputation as a must-see video star. 1996’s “I Stoled This Record” was certified gold; 1998’s “Did I Shave My Back For This?” hit the Top 20 on the country album charts, and he cracked the country singles chart for the first time in 2000 with “My Cellmate Thinks I’m Sexy.”
His albums and videos have featured guest performances by everyone from Buck Owens to Brad Paisley, and he’s thrilled crowds as an opener and emcee for acts like Brooks & Dunn, the Dixie Chicks, and Toby Keith. Judd was recently nominated for a 2012 Academy of Country Music Award as Major Market Personality for his work on the morning airwaves at WQYK in Tampa/St. Petersburg, Florida, alongside partners Dave McKay and Veronica.
Cledus T. Judd’s Parodyziac!! track listing below:
Feel Like A Pawn Star (feat. Rodney Carrington)
A Little More Hungry Than That
Living Single In A Double Wide
The House That Broke Me
If This Is Country Music
104 Amanda Street