The Five Count recently had a chance to speak with musician Jesse Colin Young. Jesse is best known as the founder and lead singer of the band The Youngbloods. Known for songs like Get Together, Running Bear, and Darkness, Darkness, Jesse has also had a successful solo career. His new album Dreamers is available now!
This edition of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with actor Garrett Morris. Garrett is best known as a member of the original cast of Saturday Night Live. He’s also appeared in films like Car Wash, The Stuff, and TV shows like Martin and 2 Broke Girls. During the show he discussed his longevity as an actor, his memories of filming The Stuff, and his new film Grand-Daddy Day Care. Get your copy today!
During the rest of the show we discussed the ins and outs of Monster Jam’s monster truck racing, complained about spending Valentine’s Day at KMSU, and explained how Ton’s conscience is represented by George Thorogood. Angel George and Devil George sit on his shoulders and help him make tough decisions!
This episode of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with musicians David Ellefson & Frank Bello. David is best known as the bassist of Megadeth. Frank is best known as the bassist for Anthrax. Together they form the band Altitudes & Attitude. During the show they discussed how Altitudes & Attitude came to be, their new album Get It Out, and what’s next for their respective bands. Get the album Get It Out on Megaforce Records!
During the rest of the show we scoured the internet for Inspector Gadget toys, discussed which concerts we would go back to if we had a time machine, and reminisced about the days when everyone had a waterbed. If you have one you’re looking to get rid of, please contact Ton immediately!
This episode of The Five Count featured exclusive interviews with two terrifying authors. First we were joined by renowned author R.L. Stine. Known as the “Stephen King” of children’s literature, R.L. Stine is best known as the creator of the children’s horror novel series Goosebumps. He also creator of the horror novels Fear Street, Mostly Ghostly, and The Nightmare Room. During the show he discussed the legacy of Goosebumps, his days working on the TV show Eureeka’s Castle, and the release of the new movie Goosebumps 2. Watch it, if you dare!
Next we were joined by author Michael Gingold. Michael is best known as the longtime editor of Fangoria magazine. He’s also contributed to many other publications including Rue Morgue magazine, The Motion Picture Guide, and The Blockbuster Video Guide. During the show he discussed how he became interested in horror films, appearing in films like Troma’s War and The Toxic Avenger Part II & III, and his new book Ad Nauseam: Newsprint Nightmares from the 1980s. Get your copy today!
During the rest of the show we wore matching polo shirts, discussed out favorite movies about football, and paid tribute to actor Dick Miller. He was definitely one of the greatest actors to ever live!
The Five Count recently had another chance to speak with WWE Hall of Famer Diamond Dallas Page. DDP is a former three-time WCW Heavyweight Champion, WWE Tag Team Champion, and has appeared in films like Ready To Rumble and The Devil’s Rejects. He is also the creator of the DDPY yoga program. His new book “Positively Unstoppable: The Art of Owning It with the Power of Mind-Set, Motivation, and DDP Yoga” is available now!
This installment of The Five Count was our 10th annual Princemas celebration! It featured an exclusive interview with musician Brenda Bennett. Brenda is best known as a member of the groups Vanity 6 and Apollonia 6. She also appeared in the film Purple Rain. During the show she discussed her early years in music, her years working with Prince, and what prompted her decision to start making music again. Merry Princemas!
During the rest of the show we discussed other radio holidays we could celebrate in addition to Princemas, Ton explained the damage that Chappelle’s Show has done to the careers of Prince and Rick James, and we tried to figure out why some men wear kilts year-round. It seems you need to posses chicken legs to pull it off!
The Five Count recently had a chance to speak with actress Lin Shaye. Lin is best known as a “Scream Queen” thanks to her roles in films like A Nightmare on Elm Street, Critters, Wes Craven’s New Nightmare, and the Insidious films. She’s also appeared in numerous comedy films including Kingpin, Dumb and Dumber, There’s Something About Mary, and Brewster’s Millions. Her new film The Final Wish is in select theaters on Jan. 24!
During this edition of The Five Count we heard the tale of who was behind the framing of Roger Rabbit, argued over whether Woodstock ’99 had a better line-up than Woodstock ’69, and Ton explained in great detail why he loves the band Creed. His arms are perpetually wide open!
This episode of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with wrestling promoter David McLane. David is best known as the creator and host of GLOW: Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling and WOW: Women of Wrestling. He also created the World Roller Hockey League, Pro Beach Hockey and the Triple Crown of Polo. During the show he discussed how he got involved in promoting women’s wrestling, his memories of working with GLOW, and the wrestlers involved in the upcoming series of WOW: Women of Wrestling. Check out the debut on Jan. 18 on AXS TV!
During the rest of the show we argued over the meaning of key scenes in the film The Neverending Story, Dustin explained how the Tooth Fairy brought him California Raisins instead of money, and Ton lost an eye playing with a flying robot toy. Luckily, he looks even better wearing an eye patch!