The American Comedy Network


The American Comedy Network was a group led by Andy Goodman made up of former deejays that provided comedy material in the form of parody songs to local radio stations. They made a splash on the Pop/Rock charts in 1984 with "Breaking Up Is Hard On You (a.k.a. Don't Take Ma Bell Away From Me)," a parody of the Neil Sedaka oldies classic, "Breaking Up Is Hard To Do."

Best known songs (with years) include:

  • Breaking Up Is Hard On You (1984)

Pop charts debut year: 1984

Years active: 1984-2013

Genres: Novelty, parody music

Labels: Critique


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