More Cowbell

"More cowbell" is an American pop culture catchphrase originally derived from an April 8, 2000 Saturday Night Live comedy sketch which fictionalized the recording of the song "(Don't Fear) The Reaper" by Blue Öyster Cult. The sketch featured guest host Christopher Walken as music producer "The Bruce Dickinson" (as opposed to Iron Maiden's Bruce Dickinson of the same name) and regular cast member Will Ferrell, who wrote the sketch with playwright Donnell Campbell, as fictional cowbell player Gene Frenkle. The sketch also starred Chris Parnell as Eric Bloom, Jimmy Fallon as Bobby Rondinelli, Chris Kattan as Buck Dharma and Horatio Sanz as Joe Bouchard.
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    …. Kevin Durant was recently named the NBA’s MVP and gave what has been called one of the best sports speeches of all time. Without doubt, it is one of the best NBA MVP speeches of all time. He said to his mom, “We weren’t supposed to be here. You’re the real MVP.” Durant had a number of Bruce Dickinsons believing in his cowbell. His mother was the first…

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  • How To Be Uniquely Valuable

    … This post is an excerpt adapted by Brian Carter from the forthcoming book The Cowbell Principle: Career Advice On How To Get Your Dream Job And Make More Money, by Brian Carter and Garrison Wynn. Brian and Garrison will be giving away a limited number of digital copies at launch time. To get notified when they’re available, sign up at http…

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