The Five Count recently had a chance to speak with comedian Bob Saget. Bob is best known for his role as “Danny Tanner” on the TV shows Full House and Fuller House. He’s also appeared in films like The Aristocrats, Half Baked, TV shows like How I Met Your Mother, Raising Dad, and was the longtime host of America’s Funniest Home Videos. Check out his upcoming charity event Cool Comedy – Hot Cuisine, benefiting the Scleroderma Research Foundation. It’s being broadcast on YouTube on Sunday, October 18th, at 7 p.m. CT!
The Five Count recently had a chance to speak with impressionist Rich Little. Nicknamed “The Man of a Thousand Voices,” Rich’s career dates back to the early 1960s. He’s been a staple in Las Vegas for more than 50 years and was also a regular guest on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson. His new show Rich Little… Virtually Speaking will be available for streaming on Oct. 15 at 7:30 p.m. CT. Don’t miss it!
This episode of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with Jon “Bermuda” Schwartz. Bermuda is best known as the longtime drummer for the “Weird Al” Yankovic band. He has played on every “Weird Al” Yankovic album dating back to 1983. During the show he discussed the last 40 years playing with Al, what the dynamic is in the recording studio, and his new book “Black & White & Weird All Over: The Lost Photographs of “Weird Al” Yankovic ’83 – ’86.” Get your copies now!
During the rest of the show we discussed our favorite autumn drinks, reminisced about the days of driving in circles all night looking for trouble, and paid tribute to Eddie Van Halen. Ton admitted he prefers the “Sammy Hagar Era” Van Halen!
The Five Count recently had a chance to chat with actor John Ashton. John is best known for his role as “Detective Sergeant John Taggart” in the films Beverly Hills Cop and Beverly Hills Cop II. He’s also appeared in films like Midnight Run, Little Big League, Meet the Deedles, and TV shows like The A-Team, Dallas and M*A*S*H. His new film Once Upon a River is available now for streaming!
This installment of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with musician Dave Mustaine. Dave is best known as the singer, guitarist and founder of the band Megadeth. Known as one of the “big four” of American trash metal bands, Megadeth has sold nearly 40 million albums worldwide. During the show he discussed recording the upcoming Megadeth album, how former Megadeth guitarist Marty Friedman almost wound up playing with Madonna, and his new book “Rust in Peace: The Inside Story of the Megadeth Masterpiece.” Get your copy now!
During the rest of the show we discussed which U.S. President would best be portrayed by actor G.W. Bailey, Dustin accused Ton of standing him up at the Dairy Queen, and we celebrated the 30th anniversary of Megadeth’s Rust in Peace album. We took no prisoners!
This episode of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with Greg Graffin. Greg is best known as the founder and singer for the band Bad Religion. He has also written several books including “Is Belief in God Good, Bad or Irrelevant? A Professor and Punk Rocker Discuss Science, Religion, Naturalism & Christianity” and “The Population Wars.” During the show he discussed the longevity of Bad Religion, the band’s latest album Age of Unreason, and his latest book “Do What You Want: The Story of Bad Religion.” Get your copy today!
During the rest of the show we researched popular names for babies, discussed which matches we would show people to introduce them to professional wrestling, and bragged about our recent mention on Mankato’s KEYC News 12. We are Mankato’s favorite sons!
This edition of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with actress Tami Stronach. Tami is best known for her role as the “Childlike Empress” in the film The NeverEnding Story. She also a professional dancer and a yoga instructor. During the show she discussed the lasting-impact of The NeverEnding Story, her brief music career, and the making of her new film Man & Witch. Look for Man & Witch in the year 2021!
During the rest of the show we explained the circumstances regarding our prolonged-exile from our host-station KMSU, assembled a cast for The Five Count: The Movie using only professional wrestlers, and celebrated the 40th anniversary of Ozzy Osbourne’s album Blizzard of Ozz. Let’s go crazy!
This installment of The Five Count featured exclusive interviews with two music legends. First we were joined by guitarist Steve Hackett. Steve is best known as a former member of the band Genesis. He has released numerous albums dating back to the early 1970s and is a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. During the show he discussed his days in Genesis, the influence his two-handed tapping and sweep picking techniques have had on other guitarists, and his new book “A Genesis in My Bed.” Get your copy now!
Next we were joined by musician David Freiberg. David is best known as a member of the band Jefferson Starship. He’s also a former member of Jefferson Airplane and Quicksilver Messenger Service. During the show he discussed the longevity of Jefferson Starship, his memories of appearing the Star Wars Holiday Special, and Jefferson Starship’s new single It’s About Time from the new album Mother of the Sun. Get your copy today!
During the rest of the show we discussed why Boba Fett from Star Wars isn’t really that cool, argued about where the term “blow the doors off” originated from, and Ton shared a story about a recent sleepover he hosted for children. He also ate an entire bag of Muddy Buddies and threw up!
This edition of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with Joey Fatone. Joey is best known as a member of the group *NSYNC. He’s also appeared in films like My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2, Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones, and TV shows like Family Feud, Impractical Jokers and The Masked Singer. During the show he discussed his move from music to show hosting, whether a reunion with *NSYNC could happen, and being the host of the TV show Common Knowledge. See Common Knowledge on the Game Show Network!
During the rest of the show we discussed our favorite pizza toppings, argued about Pink Floyd, and planned a trip to Culver’s with Rick James. Happy Labor Day
The Five Count recently had a chance to speak with guitarist G.E. Smith. G.E. is best known as the leader of the Saturday Night Live Band from 1985 to 1995. He has also played with artists like Hall & Oates, Tina Turner, Bob Dylan, Roger Waters and David Bowie. His new album with singer LeRoy Bell, Stony Hill, is available now!