Growing up in the South during the most influential period of our country’s musical history, I love Southern Rock. All the most important bands were from the South: the Allman Brothers Band, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and those Southern wannabes, Creedence Clearwater Revival who always wished they were “Born On a Boyou” or “Rolling On a River.”
I knew to be an certified Redneck Jew, I needed my own theme song just like the Beverly Hillbillies and Deliverance. I tried to get Larry Raspberry and the Highsteppers back together to record my theme song, but Larry’s moved to California just like the Beverly Hillbillies. So I found this Jewish dude from the Northeast who sounds just like Larry. Like all the famous artists (Madonna, Akon, Keisha, Prince), he goes by one name BRIS named for that important ceremony in a young Jewish boy’s life. For my Gentile friends who don’t know what that is, it’s what a Mohel does. Just Google it.
Here’s the song written especially for me. Remember: J. R. Goldstein is a Redneck Jew.
BRIS is so good I have included another song by him: It’s called J-Date.
I’ve never done J-Date or any other dating sites. You may find that hard to believe, but I’m a dinosaur when it comes to dating. I meet my girls the old fashioned way: drunk in a bar!
Here’s another song about that J-Date. There must be something to it.