An Evening With Survivor’s Dave Bickler & UFO’s Michael Schenker…

This installment of The Five Count featured exclusive interviews with two rock mainstays. First we were joined by singer Dave Bickler. Dave is best known as the former singer for the band Survivor. He provided the vocals for hits like Eye of the Tiger, American Heartbeat, and Poor Man’s Son. During the show he discussed how Survivor was approached by Sylvester Stallone to work on the Rocky III Soundtrack, being the voice of the “Real Men of Genius” ads for Bud Light, and the release of his new solo album Darklight. Get your copy today!

Next we were joined by guitarist Michael Schenker. Michael is best known as the former guitarist for the band UFO. He’s also a former member of The Scorpions, Ratt, and The Michael Schenker Group. During the show he discussed the recording of the new Michael Schenker Fest album, what it’s like working with four different singers on stage, and why he shows no signs of slowing down. Catch Michael Schenker performing in a town near you!

During the rest of the show we talked about our favorite Happy Hardcore Miami Booty Bass songs, bragged about our Patreon-exclusive WrestleMania 35 roundtable, and discussed the 25th anniversary of the death of Kurt Cobain. Somehow, it turned into a story about Ton’s mastery of air hockey!

An Evening With WWE’s Kofi Kingston & The Walking Dead’s R. Keith Harris…

This edition of The Five Count included two exclusive celebrity interviews. First we were joined by WWE Superstar Kofi Kingston. Kofi is a member of longest reigning tag team champions in WWE history, The New Day. He’s also a former WWE Intercontinental Champion, WWE United States Champion, and WWE World Tag Team Champion. During the show he discussed dealing with injuries on the road, his upcoming appearance at WWE WrestleMania, and The New Day’s new book, “The Book of Booty: Shake It. Love It. Never Be It.” New Day Rocks!

Next we were joined by actor R. Keith Harris. Keith is best known for his role as “Dr. Harlan Carson” on the TV show The Walking Dead. He’s also appeared in TV shows like Under the Dome, One Tree Hill, Dawson’s Creek, and Beverly Hills, 90210. During the show he discussed his early days in the business, the popularity of The Walking Dead, and his new film Shifting Gears. It’s available now!

During the rest of the show we complained about the length of WrestleMania, discussed our recent interview with Eddie Money, received a call from a marijuana activist, and scheduled a Ric Flair chopping contest. Woooo!