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This installment of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with Jason David Frank. Jason is best known for his role as “Tommy Oliver” from the TV show Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. In addition to portraying the “Green Ranger” and “White Ranger” during the first few seasons and films, he’s also a 7th degree black belt in karate and an…

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It was a major sausage fest on this edition of The Five Count. During the show we reminisced about our glory days in the ’80s, discussed the harsh mistress of competitive Super Smash Bros. tournaments, answered a plethora of weird pro wrestling-related questions from the listeners, rekindled our love for Lynyrd Skynyrd, and were joined by Mankato’s favorite sonic sensation,…

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To help tide you over until this Saturday, we’ve once again opened the audio vaults and pulled out an old, soggy episode of the show we thought was lost in the swamps of time. This episode of The Five Count is from Oct. 4, 2008. During this episode, not only did we celebrate Birk’s birthday whilst simultaneously kicking off the…

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This Valentine’s Day edition of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with John Dunsworth & Pat Roach. John & Pat are best known for their roles as “Jim Lahey” and “Randy” from the TV show Trailer Park Boys. They also starred in the films Trailer Park Boys: The Movie, Trailer Park Boys: Countdown to Liquor Day, Trailer Park Boys 3:…

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During this episode of The Five Count we discussed our favorite era of Kenny Loggins’ beard, tried to figure out who Kevin Costner is, played rockin’ tunes through a Talking ALF cassette player, reminisced about the Bonanza Steakhouse, and tried to whip the listeners into shape with the help of Rocky Balboa. It was guaranteed to make you’re special someone…

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This installment of The Five Count was our sixth annual Princemas Celebration! We were joined on the show by Mark “Brown Mark” Brown. Brown Mark is best known as the former bass player for Prince & the Revolution. Brown Mark appeared on albums like Purple Rain, Parade, Around the World in a Day, Sign o’ the Times, and was also…

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This installment of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with guitar virtuoso Nuno Bettencourt. Nuno is best known as the guitarist for the band Extreme. Nuno has also played with the likes of Janet Jackson, Perry Farrell, Steel Panther, Robert Palmer, and Rihanna. During the show he discussed Extreme’s rise to stardom, working with Janet Jackson, and explained how…

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This episode of The Five Count was out of this world! During the show we played unnecessarily-long songs, reminisced about playing pinguard in high school, discussed how convenient time-freezing powers would be, and fantasized about a prizefight between “Iron” Mike Tyson and Canada’s greatest athlete, “Iron” Mike Sharpe. The video below illustrates who the obvious winner would be. Listen to…

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This installment of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with the legendary Ray Stevens. Ray is best known for hits like The Streak, Gitarzan, Ahab the Arab, and Everything is Beautiful. He’s also a member of the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, the Georgia Music Hall of Fame, and is a two-time Grammy Award winner. During the show he…

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The first episode of The Five Count for 2015 featured an exclusive interview with Bryan “Brain” Mantia. Brain is best known as the former drummer for Primus. He’s also played with Guns N’ Roses, Tom Waits, Buckethead, Bootsy Collins, and Praxis. During the show he discussed his tenure in Primus, his long-time friendship with guitar legend Buckethead, and explained the…