The Five Count recently had a chance to speak with actress Tia Mowry. Tia is best known for starring with her twin sister Tamera in the TV show Sister, Sister. She’s also appeared on TV shows like Full House, The Game, Instant Mom, and Are You Afraid of the Dark? Her new film My Christmas Inn premiers tonight on Lifetime.
This edition of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with singer and saxophonist Tim Cappello. Tim is best known for his musical performance in the film Lost Boys. He’s also toured and recorded with numerous artists including Peter Gabriel, Ringo Starr, and Tina Turner. During the show he discussed his memories of filming Lost Boys, his years of touring with Tina Turner, how he got into bodybuilding, and his new album Blood on the Reed. Needles to say, we still believe!
During the rest of the show we discussed the death of Stan Lee, weighed the pros and cons of becoming a professional clown, and gave away tickets to WWE Smackdown Live at Target Center in Minneapolis. Happy Thanksgiving, Turkeys!
The Five Count recently had the chance to speak to speak again with the one and only E.G. Daily. E.G. is best know for her starring in films like Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure, Better Off Dead, Valley Girl, and The Devil’s Rejects. She is also a successful musician and has provided the voices for several animated shows, including “Tommy Pickles” in Rugrats and “Buttercup” in The Powerpuff Girls. Her new single So Pretty is available now! Also, check out her So Pretty Kickstarter Campaign!
This installment of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with guitarist Aldo Nova. Known for hits like Monkey on Your Back, Foolin’ Yourself, and Fantasy, Nova has been shredding guitar since the early ‘80s. He’s also written numerous songs for musicians like Celine Dion, Clay Aiken, and Bon Jovi. During the show he discussed the reasons he decided to get back to recording after a 20-year break, writing and producing for other artists, and his new album 2.0. Get it now on Megaforce Records!
During the rest of the show we discussed our memories of Jesse “The Body” Ventura becoming governor of Minnesota, how Ton created the Scholastic Book Fair, and our recent meeting with Jake “The Snake” Roberts. He’s a big fan of Ton!
This episode of The Five Count featured exclusive interviews with two of your daddy’s favorite rockers! First we were joined by guitarist Jorma Kaukonen. Jorma is best known as the guitarist and founder for the band Jefferson Airplane. He’s also a member of the band Hot Tuna. During the show he discussed playing festivals like Woodstock and the Monterey Pop Festival, his current relationship with Grace Slick, and his new book “Been So Long: My Life and Music.” Get your copy today!
Next we were joined by guitarist John McFee. John is best known as the guitarist for The Doobie Brothers. He’s also played with the likes of Van Morrison, Steve Miller, Elvis Costello, and many more. During the show he discussed joining The Doobie Brothers in the late ‘70s, his plans to release new music in the near future, and his memories of working with Rick James. You heard us right, Grace Slick!
During the rest of the show we tried to decide if being a live radio show makes our podcast more official than others, argued about hoverboard safety, and Ton told a story about a chimpanzee who steals peanuts. Make sure to listen to the show on the all-new Philco 1256 Radio/Phonograph!
It’s Halloween, and what better way to scare the hell out of you than with a trip to the audio vaults? This episode of The Five Count is from Oct. 25, 2008. This was a special Halloween edition of the show and concluded our series of “on location” broadcasts that we featured throughout the month of October in 2008. We set up shop in a haunted house outside of Transylvania to tell ghost stories, gaze at Ton’s chest hair, and tremble in ghastly horror as we made fun of the True Punks. Happy Halloween!
This was our special “Scare-O-Rama 2018” edition of The Five Count. During the show we discussed which accessories our action figures would come with, whether or not 16-year-old Ton would beat up present-day Ton, tried to figure out why KMSU has so many trash cans, and listened to some spooky ghost stories. It was a monster party like no other!
The Five Count recently had another opportunity to speak with legendary guitarist K.K. Downing. K.K. is best known as the former lead guitarist for the band Judas Priest. Trading riffs with guitarist Glen Tipton, K.K. played on every Judas Priest album from 1974’s Rocka Rolla to 2009’s A Touch Of Evil: Live. His new book “Heavy Duty: Days and Nights in Judas Priest” is available now!
We had two more exclusive interviews with rock legends for this episode of The Five Count. First we were joined by Mick Box. Mick is best known as the guitarist and founder of the band Uriah Heep. Known for hits like Stealin’, Gypsy, and Easy Livin’, Uriah Heep has been running strong since 1969. During the show he discussed being on tour after all these years, his thoughts on the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and Uriah Heep’s new album Living the Dream. Rock!
Next we were joined by Carl Palmer. Carl is best known as the drummer and founder for the band Emerson, Lake & Palmer. He was also a member of the band Asia. During the show he discussed keeping the music of ELP alive, his other career as an artist, and his current tour, Carl Palmer’s ELP Legacy: Emerson, Lake & Palmer Lives On! See him live on Oct. 30 in Minneapolis at the Dakota Jazz Club.
During the rest of the show we begged for money for the KMSU pledge drive, planned a day-trip to Waseca, Minn., and gave away tickets to see Kenny Wayne Shepherd on Nov. 16 in Rochester at the Mayo Civic Center. Ton was blue on black for most of the show!
This installment of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with actor Mario Van Peebles. Mario is best known for his roles in films like New Jack City, Rappin’, Heartbreak Ridge, and Jaws: The Revenge. During the show he discussed why he enjoys working on independent films, how making the film Rappin’ led to directing his own films, and his new movie Armed. Get your copy today!
During the rest of the show we announced our new line of T-shirts, discussed the similarities between us and Insane Clown Posse, and played the entire soundtrack to Rappin’. Afterwards, we decided to join the U.S. Air Force!