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We have another double-bill for Saturday’s “Pledge Drive Edition” of The Five Count! Listen Live at 10 p.m. with your checkbooks in hand. First we’ll be joined by professional wrestler Amazing Kong. In addition to wrestling around the world, Kong has also wrestled as “Awesome Kong” in TNA and “Kharma” in WWE. She’s a former five-time Women’s Champion and is…

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Good news, gentle listeners! We have a special surprise to tide you over between episodes of The Five Count. We recently had the chance to speak with Mike Nelson and Kevin Murphy. Mike and Kevin are best known as the men behind both Mystery Science Theater 3000 and RiffTrax. Mike was the head-writer for MST3K and the on-screen host. Kevin…

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This was a special Halloween Hair Metal edition of The Five Count, featuring two ’80s heavyweights! First we were joined by Jeff LaBar. Jeff is best known as the guitarist for the band Cinderella. Known for hits like Shake Me, Don’t Know What You Got (Till It’s Gone), and Nobody’s Fool, Cinderella have been rocking the world for more than…

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The Five Count’s Halloween celebration rolls on! We recently had a chance to speak with Grammy Award-winning musician Richard Marx. Richard is best known for his hit singles Right Here Waiting, Endless Summer Nights, Hazard, and Hold On to the Nights. He was also the first solo artist to have his first seven singles hit the Top 5 on the…

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Halloween started early for this episode of The Five Count. We were joined by two horror heavyweights during the show. First we were joined by actor Felix Silla. Felix is best known for his role as “Cousin Itt” from the TV show The Addams Family and “Twiki” from the TV show Buck Rogers in the 25th Century. He’s also appeared…

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We continued our “two-for-one celebrity-guest extravaganza” month for this installment of The Five Count. First up we were joined by Kurdt Vanderhoof. Kurdt is best known as the founder and guitarist for the band Metal Church. He also played with the bands Hall Aflame, Presto Ballet, and Vanderhoof. During the show he discussed the early days of Metal Church, his…

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This episode of The Five Count marked the beginning of our “two-for-one celebrity-guest extravaganza” month! We had exclusive interviews with two guys named Jason. First we were joined by actor Jason Hervey. Jason is best known for his role as “Wayne Arnold” on the TV show The Wonder Years. He also appeared in several movies including Back to the Future,…

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This edition of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with Mike Watt. Mike is best known as the founder, bassist, and singer for the band The Minutemen. He was also a member of bands like fIREHOSE, Dos, Banyan, and Iggy & The Stooges. During the show he discussed the early part of his career with D. Boon and The…

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This episode of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with legendary filmmaker John Waters. Known for films like Pink Flamingos, Hairspray, Serial Mom, Female Trouble, and Cry-Baby, John has been making films since the early 1970s. He’s also written numerous books and appeared in films like Jackass: Number Two and Seed of Chucky. During the show he shared many…

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This edition of The Five Count featured a tribute to Joey, Johnny, Dee Dee, and Tommy, also known as The Ramones. During the show we played a blistering live set from The Ramones, tried to figure out why so many college kids hang Christmas lights in their apartments all year-round, introduced a new “This week in Five Count history” segment,…