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The Five Count returns this Saturday to defend their title as America’s jukebox heroes! Listen Live at 10 p.m. CT for an exclusive interview with the legendary Lou Gramm. Best known as the voice of the band Foreigner, Lou is responsible for hits like Hot Blooded, Cold As Ice, Double Vision, and I Want to Know What Love Is. He’s…

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During this edition of The Five Count we discussed how closely the film Straight Outta Compton mirrors Ton’s life, fantasized over the rekindled friendship between Slash and Axl Rose, realized incoming college freshman on campus were leaving kindergarten when we started the show, and gave away tickets to see the band X at Mill City Nights in Minneapolis. After that…

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We were doin’ it for the cause during this installment of The Five Count as Fat Mike joined us for an exclusive interview! Fat Mike is best known as the bassist and vocalist for the band NOFX and bassist for the band Me First and the Gimme Gimmes. He’s also the founder of the record label Fat Wreck Chords. During…

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This edition of The Five Count was broadcast live from a bakery! Why a bakery? We were celebrating Ton’s birthday blowout, that’s why! During the show we played songs about cake, fielded phone calls from various well-wishers, gushed about the band Live being in Mankato, pretended to be ninjas, Ton opened fabulous birthday gifts, and we dodged rude remarks from…

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This installment of The Five Count featured a special appearance by Billy Floyd Shouts, our pledge-drive program director for the night. During the show we played Billy’s favorite songs, discussed what the film Camp Cucamonga would be like if we were in the cast, Ton shared a story about the time he stole a homeless man’s Pokemon Gameboy game, and…

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The Five Count recently had the opportunity for a quick chat with actress Suzanne Somers. Suzanne is best known for her role as “Chrissy Snow” on the TV show Three’s Company and “Carol Lambert” on the TV show Step By Step. She’s also the author of numerous books including Ageless: The Naked Truth About Bioidentical Hormones and TOX-SICK: From Toxic…

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This funky episode featured an exclusive interview with “The Funky Drummer” Clyde Stubblefield. Best known for his work with The James Brown Orchestra, Clyde appeared on classics like Cold Sweat, There Was a Time, I Got The Feelin’, Say It Loud – I’m Black and I’m Proud, and Ain’t It Funky Now. He’s also considered one of the world’s most…

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This installment of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with Caroll Spinney. Caroll is best known as the puppeteer and voice of “Big Bird” and “Oscar the Grouch” on Sesame Street. He also starred in the film Sesame Street Presents: Follow That Bird and was the subject of the documentary I Am Big Bird: The Caroll Spinney Story. During…

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This ear-opening episode of The Five Count was one every family should hear. With today’s media sensationalizing the substance use (and abuse) of rock stars, professional athletes, and Jell-O-schilling TV doctors, we felt it was our duty to warn today’s youth of the dangers of drug and alcohol use. During the show we explored the ins and outs of LSD…

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We here at The Five Count believe there is nothing more American than punching people in the face. That’s why this Independence Day edition of the show featured exclusive interviews with two of America’s most legendary boxers. First we were joined by “The Easton Assassin” Larry Holmes. Larry was the WBC Heavyweight Champion from 1978 to 1983, The Ring Heavyweight…