This edition of The Five Count featured tributes to two of our favorite artists who recently died, Chris Cornell & Gregg Allman. During the show we discussed the impact Chris Cornell and Gregg Allman had on our lives, explained why The Five Count House Band has been in hiding, Ton described what it’s like having Molly Hatchet for a father, and we played some of our favorite songs from Soundgarden and The Allman Brothers Band. Hopefully we don’t have to do anymore tribute shows anytime soon.
During this edition of The Five Count we discussed how to defeat Robocop and Alien in a two-on-three handicap match, Ton shared the tale of how he got started in public radio, we tried to contain our excitement for the upcoming Parliament-Funkadelic show in Mankato, and we waited around all night for George Clinton to call us. Sadly, The Mothership never landed.
We were live from Hell for episode no. 666 of The Five Count. During the show we devised a plan to go head-to-head with Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson hosting Saturday Night Live, Dustin complained about his recent mishap involving crab rangoon, Ton defended his right to wear flip flops in the workplace, and we accidentally celebrated Armed Force’s Day. It was one helluva show!
This edition of The Five Count took place during Mother’s Day weekend and featured two exclusive interviews with guys all mothers love. First we were joined singer Jack Russell. Jack is best known as the singer and founder of the band Great White. Known for hits like Rock Me, Save Your Love, and Once Bitten, Twice Shy, Great White has sold more than eight million albums dating back to the early ‘80s. During the show he discussed the early days of Great White, the difference between the bands Great White and Jack Russell’s Great White, and his new album He Saw It Comin’. He’s also considering moving from L.A. to Mankato, Minn.
Next we were joined by guitarist Brad Gillis. Brad is best known as the guitarist and founder of the band Night Ranger. He also played with the likes of Geoff Tate’s Queensryche, Rubicon, and Ozzy Osbourne. During the show he discussed the huge success of Night Ranger back in the day, touring with Ozzy, working on the Hear n’ Aid sessions, and Night Ranger’s new album Don’t Let Up. He can still rock in America!
During the rest of the show we discussed our favorite monster ballads, argued over funnel cakes, invented edible greeting cards, and received phone calls from lonely mothers. Happy Mother’s Day!
This installment of The Five Count was a special Easter Celebration. During the show we sang songs of worship with a robot, argued about which root beer is the best, tried to figure out why people go to Coachella, discussed what pizza toppings the band Mushroomhead likes, and made a joyful noise as far as the heart could swell. Happy Easter!
This was a special April Fools Day edition of The Five Count. During the show we played April Fools jokes on the listeners, talked with a scientist about the dangers of Snapchat, shared our favorite memories of Fat Vegas Ozzy, discussed the upcoming Wrestlemania supercard, and basically acted like fools throughout the entire show. Thanks for listening, fools!
This episode of The Five Count was a special tribute to Chuck Berry. During the show we played our favorite Chuck Berry tunes, discussed our favorite Wrestlemanias with Predator, explained why the New Kids on the Block were better than New Edition, scoured the Internet for the leaked sex tapes of WWE Superstar Paige, played with Ton’s new Mozart finger puppet, and complained about the first half of our show being erased by more technical mishaps. It never ends!
This installment of The Five Count took place at the bowling alley. During the show we listened to our favorite bowling tunes, discussed why we’d rather live in the Arctic than a deserted island, Ton explained how he lost his hand in a ball return and now has numerous accessories he can connect to his arm, and we learned how to be bowling experts from professional bowler Billy Golembiewski. Since the show went so well, The Five Count will soon be inducted into the National Polish-American Sports Hall of Fame! We were bowled over!
This installment of The Five Count was a special Valentine’s Day celebration. During the show we recruited our pal Fabio to help set the mood for the evening, discussed our favorite bands’ worst albums, tried to delve into the mysterious world of Facebook Live, and left a trail of pepperonis to your bedroom. If you couldn’t get laid with this show on in the background, there’s no hope for you!
This episode of The Five Count was our eighth annual Princemas celebration! During the show we played our favorite Prince songs, Dustin discussed his upcoming trip to Paisley Park, Ton defended his love for Harry Potter, we argued about which Gary Busey film is the best, and decided which shade of purple to paint Ton’s bedroom. Merry Princemas!