The Five Count’s One-Year Anniversary (Dead Horse Rewind)
Believe it or not, our 10-year anniversary is right around the corner. You long-time listeners of the show probably understand why the first few years of The Five Count aren’t available online. To say we were obnoxious is a gross understatement.
Of course the present-day shows are obnoxious in their own right, but not to the embarrassing extent of the early days. Every once in a while, we decide to open the audio vaults and dig up some of these old shows (against our better judgement) as part of our “Dead Horse Rewind” series.
This edition of The Five Count is from June 11, 2005 and was our big one-year anniversary show. During the show The Five Count House Band made its debut with the most unorganized and under-rehearsed jam session ever broadcast. They were joined by Randy “Macho Man” Savage, who dished up some freestyle rhymes. The rest of the show was filled with sophomoric nonsense.
At midnight, we rebroadcast the pilot episode of The Five Count for anyone who jumped on the bandwagon late. It’s hard to believe we weren’t thrown off the air during our first year. We’ll continue this stroll down memory lane on June 14, 2014 during our 10-year anniversary show! Don’t forget to Listen Live to a brand new episode of The Five Count this Saturday! In the meantime, listen to the one-year anniversary here…