This installment of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with musician Joe Bouchard. Joe is best known as the former bassist for the band Blue Öyster Cult. Known for hits like (Don’t Fear) The Reaper, Burnin’ for You and Godzilla, Blue Öyster Cult has been making music for more than 50 years. During the show he discussed the longevity of Blue Öyster Cult, his memories of touring with Black Sabbath in 1980, and his new solo album Strange Legends. Get your copy now!
During the rest of the show we talked about which films should make a return to the theaters during the COVID-19 shutdown, Ton bragged about his new grill, and we discussed our plans for a memorial show when one of us dies. It could be any day now!
During this edition of The Five Count we discussed the ins and outs of INXS, reminisced about the benefit concert Live 8, Ton explained why he dislikes Lenny Kravitz so much, and we spoke with social activist and former presidential candidate Ralph Nader. Get a copy of Ralph’s new book The Ralph Nader and Family Cookbook: Classic Recipes from Lebanon and Beyond right now!
This “16-year anniversary” edition of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with David Coverdale. David is best known as the founder and singer for the band Whitesnake. Known for hits like Fool for Your Loving, Here I Go Again and Still of the Night, Whitesnake has been releasing albums for more than 40 years. During the show he discussed the 35th anniversary of Whitesnake’s Slide It In album, what touring might be like going forward in today’s climate, and the new Whitesnake album The Rock Album. Get your copy now!
During the rest of the show we looked back on the last 16 years, read a letter we received from Bill Gates, Ton reminisced about sunbathing with his aunts in the late ‘80s, and we played some of our favorite anniversary songs. Here’s to another 16 years!
The Five Count recently had a chance to speak with both Jack Hues and Nick Feldman. Collectively, Jack and Nick are best known as the band Wang Chung. Known for hits like Dance Hall Days, Let’s Go! and Everybody Have Fun Tonight, Wang Chung have been making music since the late ’70s. See them on June 13 as part of the “Back to the Basement” virtual concert presented by Abductedbythe80s.com! Hear the new Wang Chung song Everybody Stay Safe Tonight in the video below!
This was a special “live in concert” edition of The Five Count. During the show we discussed the civil unrest brought on by the death of George Floyd, what live concerts might look like when the country is allowed to re-open, and we played some of our favorite tracks from our favorite live albums. If you close your eyes and concentrate hard enough, you’ll swear you’re at the concert yourself! Also, don’t miss the live encore/companion episode on The Five Count Patreon page!
During this installment of The Five Count we discussed which TV game show should’ve had its own Nintendo game, analyzed the possible boxing match between Mike Tyson and Tyson Fury, Ton complained about not being able to buy new underwear, and we played all our favorite Ween songs dedicated to the ladies. As the kids say, “It was hella brown!”
The Five Count recently had a chance to speak with actors Kerri Kenney-Silver & Cedric Yarbrough. Kerri is best known for her role as “Deputy Trudy Wiegel” on the TV show Reno 911! She’s also appeared on TV shows like The State, The Ellen Show and 2 Broke Girls. Cedric is best known for his role as “Deputy Sergeant Class II Sven Jones” on the TV show Reno 911! He’s also appeared on TV shows like The Goldbergs, Arrested Development and Speechless. The new season of Reno 911! is available now on Quibi!