This edition of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with Kyle Gass. Kyle is one half of the greatest band in the world, Tenacious D. He’s also an actor, appearing is films like Elf, Shallow Hal, The Cable Guy, and Tenacious D and the Pick of Destiny. During the show he discussed the harsh mistress known as Hollywood, told us about his new band Trainwreck, tried to decide what to order for dinner, and announced that there’s a new Tenacious D album in the making. Hell yeah!
This edition of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with Michael Bower. Michael is best known as “Donkeylips” from the classic Nickelodeon show Salute Your Shorts. He has also appeared in such films as Dude, Where’s My Car?, The Willies, and numerous TV shows. During the show, Michael discussed what it was like working for Nickelodeon, the trials and tribulations of life in Hollywood, and his current career as a rapper. It’s awful waffle time!
This was our special Mother’s Day edition of The Five Count. During the show we sang praises to mothers all over Southern Minnesota, tried to set Ton up with any single mothers in the audience, and gushed over The Five Count House Band‘s recent appearance in the Mankato Free Press. Check out the photo below. The show is lacking in sound quality thanks to faulty KMSU equipment!
The Five Count House Band (L to R: Juston “Ton” Cline, Al Carlson, Dustin Wilmes)
This edition of The Five Count featured a special interview with musician Doseone. Doseone is the co-founder of the Anticon record label and one of the best MCs on the scene today, performing with groups like Themselves, Subtle, cLOUDDEAD, 13 & God, and many more of today’s best in the world of hip hop. During the show he discussed his thoughts on today’s hip hop scene, shared the secrets of the art of freestyle rapping, and told a story about embarrassing Eminem in a rap battle at Scribble Jam. We keep it real on The Five Count!
This was the 300th broadcast of The Five Count! We went Over the Top and celebrated by playing the entire soundtrack from the aforementioned cinema masterpiece. During the show we dissed all the naysayers who said we’d never make it, discussed the pros and cons of taking helicopter rides with Juggalos, and arm wrestled each other until we passed out. The world might not meet you halfway, but you can still listen to the show!
This was a special Easter edition of The Five Count. During the show we tried to lure today’s questionable youth away from the dangers of rock music with help from the Church Universal and Triumphant. We also begged for pledge dollars and broke the news that Ton had died and descended into Hell. Hopefully, on the 300th show (next week) he will rise again!