The Five Count recently had a chance to speak with musician Kristeen Young. Hailing from St. Louis, Missouri, Kristeen has been releasing albums for more than 20 years. She’s also collaborated with the likes of David Bowie, Dave Grohl, and Morrisey. Her new album The SubSet is available now!
This edition of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with musicians Jimmy Brown and Robin Campbell. Jimmy and Robin are best known as members of the band UB40. Known for hits like Red Red Wine and Can’t Help Falling in Love, UB40 has been making music for 40 years. During the show they explained their decision early on to make reggae music, cleared up the confusion over the “other” UB40 featuring their former lead singer, and discussed their current 40th anniversary tour! See UB40 live on Sept. 14 at The Cabooze in Minneapolis!
During the rest of the show we discussed what our strategies would be during the Nickelodeon Super Toy Run, Dustin told the story of his recent run-in with the little kid from Kindergarten Cop, and Ton shared his secrets for hedge trimming. It is what it is!
The Five Count recently had a chance to chat with professional wrestler Teal Piper. Teal is currently a member of WOW-Women of Wrestling. She’s also the daughter of WWE Hall of Famer “Rowdy” Roddy Piper. See Teal and the rest of the WOW wrestlers when WOW’s second season premiers Sept. 7 at 7 p.m. CT on AXS TV!
This installment of The Five Count featured an interview with actress Heather Langenkamp. Heather is best known for her role as “Nancy Thompson” in the films A Nightmare on Elm Street and A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors. She’s also appeared in films like Wes Craven’s New Nightmare, Shocker, and the TV show Just the 10 of Us. During the show she discussed the legacy of the Nightmare on Elm Street films, her appearance in the ZZ Top Sleeping Bag music video, her current work at the make-up FX firm AFX Studio, and her upcoming appearance at the Crypticon Convention in Minnesota. Meet Heather Langenkamp in person and have her sign your body!
During the rest of the show we made Front Desk Rachel uncomfortable, Ton showed us his childhood sticker collection, and we spoke with Nick Kaufman, the man behind the Crypticon Convention. Get your tickets for the 14th Annual Crypticon coming up Sept. 6-8 in Bloomington, MN!
The Five Count recently had a chance to speak with singer-songwriter Stephen Bishop. Stephen is best known for hits like On and On, It Might be You, and Save It for a Rainy Day. He’s also appeared in films like National Lampoon’s Animal House, The Blues Brothers, and Twilight Zone: The Movie. His new album We’ll Talk About it Later in the Car is available now!
This edition of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with Glenn Tilbrook. Glenn is best known as the singer and guitarist for the band Squeeze. Known for hits like Tempted, Black Coffee in Bed, and Pulling Mussels (from the Shell), Squeeze has been making music for more than 40 years! During the show he discussed the longevity of Squeeze, how the writing process has evolved over the years, and the possibility of a new album. See Squeeze on Sept. 3 at the State Theatre in Minneapolis!
During the rest of the show Ton discussed his recent trip to the Harley-Davidson Museum, we weighed the pros and cons of the new Tool song, and we explained why Ton is the modern-day version of Daisy Fuentes. The only difference is Ton’s fractured-relationship with Richard Marx!
The Five Count recently had a chance to speak with legendary actress Dee Wallace. Dee is best known for starring in films like E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, Critters, Cujo, and The Howling. She is the only living actress with 200 movie credits on her resume. See Dee Wallace in the new Rob Zombie film 3 from Hell!
This installment of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with Will Turpin. Will is best known as the bassist for the band Collective Soul. Known for hits like Shine, December, and Heavy, Collective Soul has sold millions of albums over a career spanning more than 25 years. During the show he discussed the early success of Collective Soul, his memories of performing at Woodstock ’94 and Woodstock ’99, and the new Collective Soul album Blood. Get your copy today!
During the rest of the show we discussed what The Five Count Arcade would be like, Ton explained his dislike for Trampled By Turtles, and we tried to sell Mother’s Best Flour with the help of Hank Williams. Our pies and cakes beat all the rest ‘cause we bake them all with Mother’s Best!