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This installment of the show featured an exclusive interview with George Thorogood. George is the guitarist and frontman for George Thorogood & the Destroyers. Known for songs like Bad to the Bone, I Drink Alone, and One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer, George has been releasing albums since the late ‘70s. During the show he discussed why he plays the…

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This episode of The Five Count was a special tribute to Chuck Berry. During the show we played our favorite Chuck Berry tunes, discussed our favorite Wrestlemanias with Predator, explained why the New Kids on the Block were better than New Edition, scoured the Internet for the leaked sex tapes of WWE Superstar Paige, played with Ton’s new Mozart finger…

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This installment of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with singer Tommy Roe. Known as “The King of Bubblegum,” Tommy is best known for hits like Sweet Pea, Sheila, and Dizzy. He’s also a member of the Georgia Music Hall of Fame and has been recognized by the Rockabilly Hall of Fame. During the show he discussed creating the…

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This edition of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Steve Jones. Steve is best known as the founder and guitarist for The Sex Pistols. He’s also played with the likes of Bob Dylan, Iggy Pop, Thin Lizzy, The Professionals, and Johnny Thunders. During the show he discussed the legacy of The Sex…

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The Five Count recently had a chance to chat with WWE Superstar Baron Corbin. A former offensive lineman for the Arizona Cardinals and Indianapolis Colts, Baron started his wrestling career with the WWE in 2012. He’s an “André the Giant Memorial Battle Royal” winner and currently wrestles for the SmackDown Live brand. You can see WWE SmackDown Live at Xcel Energy Center…

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This installment of The Five Count took place at the bowling alley. During the show we listened to our favorite bowling tunes, discussed why we’d rather live in the Arctic than a deserted island, Ton explained how he lost his hand in a ball return and now has numerous accessories he can connect to his arm, and we learned how…

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We’re opening the audio vaults once again to find out what we were doing 10 years ago. This episode of The Five Count is from Feb. 17, 2007. For this episode Ton was back from his trip to the Caribbean, looking bronzed and ripped, to help Southern Minnesota with their problems. We served up a helping of dating advice for…

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This edition of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with Head Ned. Head Ned is best known as the frontman for the band Okilly Dokilly. Okilly Dokilly is the world’s only “Nedal” band. During the show he discussed the origins of the band, why they love Ned Flanders so much, and their upcoming show at First Avenue in Minneapolis…

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This installment of The Five Count was a special Valentine’s Day celebration. During the show we recruited our pal Fabio to help set the mood for the evening, discussed our favorite bands’ worst albums, tried to delve into the mysterious world of Facebook Live, and left a trail of pepperonis to your bedroom. If you couldn’t get laid with this…

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The Five Count recently had a chance for a quick chat with actor Bryan Callen. Bryan is best known as an original cast member of the TV show MADtv and for his role as “Coach Meller” on the TV show The Goldbergs. He also appeared in films like The Hangover, The Hangover Part II, and Bad Santa. Listen in the…