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Looking for Fun

by Larry Weaver

Redneck ghosts, state fair seductresses and promiscuous clowns. Check out this new comedy collection of funny songs and commercial parodies.
Genre: Spoken Word: Comedy
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  Song Share Time Download
1. State Fair Woman
3:19 $0.69
2. Escape From Alimony
1:20 $0.69
3. Ghost in the Trailer
4:03 $0.69
4. The Unhappy Meal
3:16 $0.69
5. Hardcore Weather Channel
1:47 $0.69
6. My Virtual Girlfriend
3:03 $0.69
7. Hip Hop Hoedown
1:31 $0.69
8. Sometimes I Forget
3:24 $0.69
9. Mystic Eight Ball
1:24 $0.69
10. I Don't See What You See
2:32 $0.69
11. South of the Border
2:59 $0.69
12. Maximum Cliche
1:26 $0.69
13. State Fair Woman (Himalayan Mix)
3:03 $0.69
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Album Notes
Kick back and let Larry Weaver sing you a song about promiscuous clowns, redneck ghosts and state fair seductresses.

Raffi, he ain't. But none of his fans really seem to mind. Larry Weaver is a multi-talented musician and comedian in the tradition of Ray Stevens who's been writing and performing his own, uh... "special" brand of humorous songs for more than 10 years. He also happens to be the world's foremost exterminator of trailer park ghosts-but we'll get to that.

Fresh off a tour opening for the man himself, "Weird Al" Yankovic, Larry unleashed his third CD, Looking for Fun. This latest collection of funny songs and commercial parodies skewers online romance, praises the strange beauty of a "State Fair Woman" and reveals Larry's violation at the hands of Ronald McDonald in "The Unhappy Meal."

The album also contains "Ghost in the Trailer," a hilarious tale about a family terrorized by a redneck ghost, that grew out of Larry's side career as a mobile home ghost investigator. His Web site,, is the only Internet site dedicated to paranormal activities in trailers, and Larry is a frequent guest on radio morning shows explaining his very important work.

Larry's Southern charm and humor come honest. He grew up in the tiny mill village of Saxapahaw, NC (look closely, it's on the map), and started writing funny songs and telling jokes at a young age. Larry's solo career took off when legendary radio host Dr. Demento started playing his debut EP, "Pack Full of Comedy" in 1998. Larry followed up with "Everybody's Crazy But Me!!!" in 2000, an album that showcased his diverse musical tastes. Thanks to exposure on morning radio shows, a strong Internet presence and his busy tour schedule, Larry's fan club has grown to include nearly 2,000 members from more than 10 countries.

His live act is loaded with great music, audience interaction, outrageous characters and, of course, wigs. What would you expect from a guy who once worked as a professional wrestling manager and now spends half his time rooting out spirits in trailer parks?

Larry is definitely a unique comedian, and the Charlotte Observer called him "a song parodist of high order...a double threat with a joke in one hand and a guitar pick in the other."

Pick up a copy of "Looking for Fun." You'll be glad you did.



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Tom Heald

Out of the Ordinary, thank goodness...
You won't find Larry Weaver at your local Wal*Mart. Well, you might, that would be the actual guy haunting the mobile home accessories depatment. His CD, however, is not in the "comedy bins" where they'll certainly have 20 copies of Jeff Foxworthy, 10 copies of Adam Sandler, 5 bleeped copes of the best of "The Jerky Boys" and maybe 1 "Weird Al"-bum. And that's actually a pretty sad statement of what's passed off as a "comedy album" these days.

"Looking For Fun" is a great showcase for Weaver's sense of humor with tales of romance, wrestling, and Ronald McDonald. Dr. Demento's audience already knows and loves Larry Weaver, this album deserves an mass audience willing to take a chance on a fresh new face in the new millennium.

Zach Hanner, The Independent Weekly

Knockdown funny
Looking For Fun is a knockdown funny comedy album. Featuring radio-friendly hits like "Virtual Girlfriend," "Hip Hop Hoedown" and "Sometimes I Forget," (as well as one sure-fire lawsuit producer, "The Unhappy Meal," featuring the lyrics "I went to McDonald's and I got McFondled by Ronald McDonald"), it also includes some pretty hilarious skits, like "Hardcore Weather Channel," where pro wrestlers give you the day's forecast.

Jennifer Layton,

He’s definitely ready for the big time!
Internet fans who have turned pop culture comedian Larry Weaver into a star at will find their reward in his latest effort, "Looking for Fun." Weaver cranks up the energy and sharpens his wit, using a combination of country-rock songs and wild skits to lampoon everything from Miss Cleo to cliched action movies to rednecks. "Looking for Fun" confirms that Weaver has the comedy material and promotional drive perfect for mainstream success. Accompanied by his latest comic characters, including the trailer park ghost, he’s definitely ready for the big time.

Formur Republikan

Larry, you keep going
Larry is perhaps the funniest singing comic I have heard in a long time. I really wish him the best of success.


nothing short of choice
This cd is an excellent follow up to Everybody's Crazy But Me! The comedy never gets old and somehow keeps getting funnier and funnier with each play.


The fun is right here ...
Loved the new CD from funnyman LW. Sounds like a battle royale of Southern Culture on the Skids vs. Mojo Nixon vs. Ray Stevens vs. Rev. Billy C. Wirtz vs. Adam Sandler for the crown of Craziest Fool on the Block. _State Fair Woman_ comes at just the right time of year. Who could want more than innocent love at the carnival?

Adam Watson

you the man larry
Larry weaver has out done himself this time looking for fun is just plain funny you will lauph from the first note to the last. this is the best cd to date in my collection thanks Larry


Sick of the same old music? Try this!
Larry Weaver's new cd Looking For Fun is a great album with
a tight sound. The fun starts at track one and keeps going!!
Everyone needs to check this album out. Trust me you won't
regret it!!