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This installment of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with The Great Kat. A graduate of Julliard School, The Great Kat is a master of both the guitar and the violin. She’s considered one of the fastest shredders of all time. During the show The Great Kat discussed her new DVD, explained why all other guitarists are morons, and…

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During this episode of The Five Count we discussed making a Five Count documentary, got a KMSU volunteer in trouble with his girlfriend, talked to a woman from Boston about how to make homemade baby wipes, and Ton bragged about all the famous contacts he has in his phone. His new haircut also made him look like Crispin Glover! Listen…

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This edition of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with Sebastian Bach. Sebastian is best known as the former singer for Skid Row. In addition to a successful solo career, he’s also appeared in numerous films and TV shows including Trailer Park Boys and Gilmore Girls. During the show he shared some wild stories about being on tour, discussed…

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This episode of The Five Count was our “Tribute to Dead Guys” for 2016. During the show we paid tribute to all our favorite people who died over the past year, decided Prince was the biggest loss of 2016, planned our own tributes for when one of us dies, and closed the books on another successful year of great radio….

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This was our annual “A Five Count Christmas” edition of the show. During the show we exchanged gifts, discussed our favorite holiday films, Dustin revealed that he’s really Ton’s dad, and we celebrated Christmas with Barbie. Happy holidays from your favorite radio hunks! Listen here… [Audio clip: view full post to listen] Check The Playlist

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This installment of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with actor David Newell. David is best known for his role as “Mr. McFeely” on the TV show Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood. In addition to working with Fred Rogers for more than 30 seasons of Mister Rogers, David is also the inspiration for the “Mr. McFeely” character on the animated show…

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During this episode of The Five Count we planned the ultimate eggnog party, stuffed tube socks in our tights, Ton pouted because he missed the monster truck show, and we shook in our boots at the news that we were going head-to-head with John Cena hosting Saturday Night Live. Instead of not seeing him, people chose to not hear us….

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This installment of The Five Count featured exclusive interviews with two celebrity guests. First we were joined by Broadcast Hall of Famer Rick Dees. Rick is the host of the internationally-syndicated radio show The Rick Dees Weekly Top 40 Countdown. He’s also released several albums over the years and is the man behind the 1976 smash Disco Duck. During the…

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This was a special “leftover turkey” edition of The Five Count. During the show we talked turkey, Ton told a story about old ladies taking dumps at the grocery store, we discussed what type of music the pilgrims listened to, explained why Ton loves Eric Clapton so much, and gave the listeners a refresher course in friendship, safety, health and…

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We recently had a chance to speak with musician James King. James is best known as a founder and member of the band Fitz and The Tantrums. He’s also performed with the likes of “Weird Al” Yankovic, M83, and Connie Price and the Keystones. See James with Fitz and The Tantrums on Nov. 22 at the State Theatre in Minneapolis….