Tuesday, September 1, 2015
Elli The King of Broadway Sings Allan Sherman's "I'm in the Mood for Love, You're in the Mood for Herring"
Two years ago we shared a few blog posts to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the release of Allan Sherman's parody hit Hello Muddah Hello Faddah.
Last year we posted a few video clips of a new collection of long-lost Sherman parodies.
Sherman composed so many parodies of pop songs of the 1960s that they are being revived by a new generation of singer-comedians.
In February Elli, The King of Broadway was asked to sing a Sherman song as a part of the Metropolitan Room Special Event "A Tribute to Love".
Elli has made a name for himself in show business as an actor, singer, comedian, and voice over artist. In this video clip, Elli sings Allan Sherman's hit "When I'm in the Mood for Love, You're in the Mood for Herring.
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