Mother’s Day is comin’ up fast, so we’ve opened up The Five Count vaults again to help you celebrate. This episode of The Five Count is from May 9, 2009. It was a special Mother’s Day edition of the show and was dedicated to mothers everywhere. Most of the show was spent listening to Ton volunteer to be Southern Minnesota’s new dad. Listen with your mom!
Dead Horse Rewind
It’s heating up around these parts and we can’t help but notice the listeners have let themselves go. To help, we’ve decided to once again open up The Five Count vaults. This episode of The Five Count is from Aug. 9, 2008. For this show, we set out to try and get Southern Minnesota back into shape. To do that, we employed the help of former heavyweight wrestling champion Hulk Hogan and his patented workout program. Don’t forget to say your prayers, eat your vitamins, and start training!
The Five Count’s anniversary is coming up fast, so we’ve decided (against our better judgement) to open up the vaults and dig up the very first episode of The Five Count. The show took place on June 12, 2004. Technical difficulties kept anyone from hearing it properly because the program affectionately known as Overnight Jazz played over the top of it. That’s what happens when you don’t do shows live at KMSU. During the show we discussed the origins of the show, told stories about the dangers of riding the bus, and basically stumbled over words and fumbled with the controls the whole time. It was a mess!
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This episode of The Five Count is from Feb. 2, 2008. It featured a special interview with Jon Mikl Thor and his guitar player Steve Price. Thor is a former Mr. USA body builder, creator of the “muscle rock” musical genre, and writer, producer, and star of the cult film Rock ‘N’ Roll Nightmare. During the show we discussed the early days of muscle rock, how easily Thor could handle Danzig in the octagon, Steve Price’s tendency to play until he bleeds, and what it was like on the set of Rock N’ Roll Nightmare. Check out the show, Ol’ Scratch!
This episode of The Five Count is from Feb. 11, 2006. It was our second interview with actor and musician Bill Moseley. Bill is best known as “Chop Top” from the film Texas Chainsaw Massacre II, as “Otis” from Rob Zombie’s films House Of 1,000 Corpses and Devil’s Rejects, or from his band, Cornbugs, with guitarist Buckethead. Bill talked about the Cornbugs, working with guitarist Buckethead, working with Rob Zombie, and planned a trip to Minnesota to go canoeing in the near future. Check it out, you dog dick!
This episode of The Five Count is from Dec. 11, 2004. It featured an interview with Bill Moseley. Bill is best known as “Chop Top” from the film Texas Chainsaw Massacre II, as “Otis” from Rob Zombie’s films House Of 1,000 Corpses and Devil’s Rejects, or from his band, Cornbugs, with guitarist Buckethead. During the show Bill talked about meeting Buckethead, shared stories about the Cornbugs recording process, and discussed the future of the band. Dog will hunt!