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Heaven Bent For Leather…

This was another beloved Easter edition of The Five Count. During the show we shared our favorite bible stories, discussed the origins of anchovies on pizza, received a call from “Granny” from the Looney Tunes cartoons, and gave away tickets to see Judas Priest at The Armory in Minneapolis on April 2. Happy Easter, gentle listeners!

When There’s No More Room In Heaven (Dead Horse Rewind)

It’s been a while, so we’ve decided to head to The Five Count Vault for another Dead Horse Rewind! This show is from April 11, 2009 and was a special Easter edition of The Five Count. We played inspirational music and praised the name of Ton, who many people believe is the real son of God. The Arbitron spikes used to nail Ton to the cross were pulled out and used to make great radio. Ton-men!

An Evening With Ween’s Dean Ween…

This installment of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with the one and only Dean Ween. Deaner is best known as one-half of the greatest band of all-time, Ween. He’s also a member of The Moistboyz and The Dean Ween Group. During the show he discussed the ins and outs of his new recording studio, why he loves Minnesota so much, and his new album rock2. Afterward, we practiced our Wesley Willis impressions. Rock over Minnesota! Rock on Wisconsin!

During the rest of the show we discussed illegal street-racing with Mike the Aussie, our favorite Ween memories, and regretted our decision to try the new Chipotle Queso. It was like cheese Malt-O-Meal!

A Chat With My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic’s Tara Strong…

The Five Count recently had a chance to speak with voice-actress Tara Strong. Tara is best known as the voice of “Twilight Sparkle” on the TV show My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic and “Bubbles” on the TV show The Powerpuff Girls. She also provided voices for shows like Rugrats, The Fairly OddParents, Teen Titans, Beetlejuice, King of the Hill, Family Guy, and many more. A new season of My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic returns Mar. 24 on the Discovery Family channel. The Five Count is brony to the bone!

An Evening With Wu-Tang Clan’s U-God…

This installment of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with rapper Lamont “U-God” Hawkins. U-God is best known as a founding member of the hip hop group Wu-Tang Clan. He’s also released numerous solo albums, including Golden Arms Redemption and his latest release, Venom. During the show he discussed his new album, his thoughts on “Pharma Bro” Martin Shkreli buying Wu-Tang Clan’s album Once Upon a Time in Shaolin, and his new book “RAW: My Journey into the Wu-Tang.” Wu-Tang forever!

During the rest of the show we discussed why people who aren’t Irish celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, created our new Wu-Tang names, mourned the loss of recently bankrupted Toys “R” Us, and gave away tickets to see Lorde & Run the Jewels at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul on Mar. 23. The Five Count forever!

An Evening With Accept’s Udo Dirkschneider…

This edition of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with Udo Dirkschneider. Udo is best known as the former singer for the band Accept. The voice behind songs like Fast as a Shark, Restless and Wild, and Balls to the Wall, he’s also the frontman for the band U.D.O. and his new band, Dirkschneider. During the show he discussed finding success in the U.S. with Accept, his decision to stop performing Accept songs on tour, and his recent recording of Frank Sinatra’s My Way. See Udo Dirkschneider live on Mar. 12 at The Cabooze in Minneapolis!

During the rest of the show we tested out our new bed music, argued over our new website design, and spoke with a woman in a bomb shelter in New England who was hiding from a nor’easter. Luckily, she still had The Five Count and a five-month supply of beans!

A Chat With WWE’s Cesaro…

The Five Count recently had a chance to speak with WWE Superstar Cesaro. Hailing from Switzerland, Cesaro is a former ROH World Tag Team Champion, WWE Raw Tag Team Champion, WWE United States Champion, and the inaugural Andre the Giant Memorial Trophy winner. He’s currently one-half of the tag-team “The Bar” with WWE Superstar Sheamus. See Cesaro live at WWE Live Road to Wrestlemania, March 9 at Target Center in Minneapolis.

An Evening With WWE’s Luke Harper…

This installment of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with WWE Superstar Luke Harper. Harper is a former WWE Intercontinental Champion, SmackDown Tag Team Champion, and NXT Tag Team Champion. He’s a former member of The Wyatt Family and current member of The Bludgeon Brothers with Erick Rowan. We were also joined by Ted Geoghegan, writer and director of the film Mohawk. During the show they discussed the making of Mohawk and Harper’s role in it, Harper discussed his future as an actor, and his current tag team with Rowan. After that, we followed the buzzards!

During the rest of the show we announced the beginning of the long-overdue overhaul of our website, discussed the dangers of misusing neti pots, and gave away tickets to WWE Live Road to Wrestlemania, March 9 at Target Center in Minneapolis. It pays to listen to The Five Count!

An Evening With Ted Nugent’s Derek St. Holmes…

This edition of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with Derek St. Holmes. Derek is best known as the former singer and guitarist for Ted Nugent. The voice behind songs like Hey Baby, Stranglehold, and Just What the Doctor Ordered, Derek has been making music since the mid-1970s. During the show he discussed his on-again off-again relationship with Ted Nugent, his band with Aerosmith’s Brad Whitford, and the story behind his custom Gibson guitar. It was just what the doctor ordered!

During the rest of the show we discussed the grief some people give you for being a Ted Nugent fan, what kind of doctor Ton would be if he traveled back in time 400 years, and gave pointers to the KMSU news anchors. They could learn a lot from professionals like us.

The Five Count Rocks The Box…

During this episode of The Five Count we discussed which bands we feel guilty liking, explained our fear of big-box stores no longer selling CDs, payed tribute to the late Lovebug Starski, and argued over which one of us is uglier and stupider. It was the perfect soundtrack for rockin’ the box!