Show #870

Tippi Toes – Primus
Aim Higher – Lion’s Share
We Are What We Are – Lion’s Share
Soultaker – Lion’s Share
Pentagram – Lion’s Share
Under Attack – Lion’s Share
Another Desire – Lion’s Share
The Lion’s Trial – Lion’s Share
Killed By Death – Lion’s Share
Tomorrow Never Comes – Touch
Don’t You Know What Love Is – Touch
Feet Don’t Fail Me Now – Utopia
When The Spirit Moves You – Touch
Who Me? – Buckethead

Featuring: Dustin Wilmes & Juston Cline

This installment of The Five Count featured exclusive interviews with two rock mainstays. First we were joined by guitarist Lars Chriss. Lars is best known as the founder and guitarist for the band Lion’s Share. Hailing from Sweden, Lion’s Share has been rocking since 1987. During the show he discussed his guitar influences, his hopes of touring the U.S. again, and Lion’s Share’s line-up changes over the years. The new Lion’s Share single Under Attack is out now!

Next we were joined by musician Doug Howard. Doug is best known as a founder and bassist for the band Touch. He’s also played for bands like Todd Rundgren’s Utopia, The Edgar Winter Group, and The Crystals. During the show he discussed the reunion of Touch, his memories of portraying the role of "Songster" in the 1987 live production of the Masters of the Universe Power Tour, and Touch being the first band to play the inaugural Monsters of Rock festival at Castle Donington. The new Touch album Tomorrow Never Comes is out now!

During the rest of the show we told the story of recently being dissed by pro wrestler Tito Santana, discussed getting Ton a Cameo account, and Dustin complained about the side effects of his COVID shot. He almost died during the show!

Show #869

Tippi Toes – Tippi Toes – Primus
I Am The Ninja Robot – J.R. Bookwalter
A Love Affair That Bears No Pain – The Shack
I Feel For You – Chaka Khan
Blow Your Speakers – Manowar
Barney Theme Song – Barney & Friends
Apples And Bananas – Barney & Friends
Do Your Ears Hang Low? – Barney & Friends
Just Imagine – Barney & Friends
Down On Grandpa’s Farm – Barney & Friends
Friendship Song – Barney & Friends
If All The Raindrops – Barney & Friends
Mr. Knickerbocker – Barney & Friends
Please And Thank You – Barney & Friends
The Ants Go Marching – Barney & Friends
The Rainbow Song – Barney & Friends
Peanut Butter – Barney & Friends
I Love You – Barney & Friends
Turn It Up – Jim Johnston
Hulkster In Heaven – Hulk Hogan & The Wrestling Boot Band
Evil Behind The Makeup – Jim Johnston
Feel Like A Nut – Rock & Roll Express
Who Me? – Buckethead

Featuring: Dustin Wilmes & Juston Cline

This edition of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with voice actor Bob West. Bob is best known as the voice of “Barney” on the TV show Barney & Friends. He was also the former voice of “Jasper T. Jowls” and “Pasqually” in Chuck E. Cheese's animatronic stage show. During the show he discussed how he got into the voice-acting business, the impact the Barney character has had on people over the years, and his current career as a graphic designer for film and television. Meet Bob at a convention near you!

During the rest of the show we threw a wrench in WrestleMania weekend, Ton discussed his thoughts on the new Ducati Streetfighter V4 motorcycle, and we explained how “The Five Count” got its name. We were very close to being known as The Kibosh!

Show #868

Tippi Toes – Primus
Jesus Chant – D.J. Rogers
Who Jesus Is – The Gerald Sisters
Jesus, I Love You – Douglas Miller
God’s Armor (Long Version) – Brothers In Christ
God Is Not Dead – The Mighty Clouds Of Joy
Jesus Is All I Need – The McDonald Sisters
99 ½ Won’t Do – James Cleveland & The Cleveland Singers
This Is Our Prayer – Milton Brunson & Thompson Community Singers
Use Me Lord – The Sonlight
Jesus Is A Friend Of Mine – Sonseed
I’m So Thankful – Harrison Johnson Los Angeles Community Choir
Jesus, A Friend Of Mine – Diann Franklin McMillian
Open Up Your Heart (And Let The Sunshine In) – The Cowboy Church Sunday School
Don't Send Those Kids To Sunday School – The Cowboy Church Sunday School
The Lord Is Counting On You – The Cowboy Church Sunday School
Go On By – The Cowboy Church Sunday School
The Little Black Sheep – The Cowboy Church Sunday School
Who Me? – Buckethead

Featuring: Dustin Wilmes & Juston Cline

This was a special Easter edition of The Five Count! During the show we discussed what our entrance themes would be if we were pro wrestlers, heard a few of our favorite bible stories, and Ton gave us an in-depth review of his new hearing aids. His ears have risen!

Show #867

Tippi Toes – Primus
Teenage Rampage – Sweet
Action - Sweet
Fox On The Run – Sweet
Wig-Wam Bam – Sweet
Love Is Like Oxygen – Sweet
Set Me Free (2020 Version) – Sweet
Little Willy – Sweet
Funk It Up (David’s Song) – Sweet
Block Buster! – Sweet
The Ballroom Blitz – Sweet
U Only Live Twice – Stephen Pearcy
Lay It Down – Ratt
You’re In Love – Ratt
Back For More – Ratt
Lovin’ You Is A Dirty Job – Ratt
Round And Round – Ratt
Who Me? – Buckethead

Featuring: Dustin Wilmes & Juston Cline

This edition of The Five Count featured two exclusive interviews with rock and roll legends. First we were joined by guitarist Andy Scott. Andy is best known as the lead guitarist for the band Sweet. Known for hits like The Ballroom Blitz, Little Willy, Fox on the Run and Love is Like Oxygen, Sweet has sold millions of albums during a career dating back to the late ‘60s. During the show he discussed the influence Sweet has had on other bands over the years, what he thought of Tia Carrere singing The Ballroom Blitz in the film Wayne’s World, and the new Sweet album Isolation Boulevard. Get your copy now!

Next we were joined by singer Stephen Pearcy. Stephen is best known as the founder and singer for the band Ratt. Formed in the late ‘70s, Ratt is best known for hits like Lay It Down, You’re in Love and Round and Round. During the show he discussed the early days of Ratt, his relationship with the band now, and his upcoming show at the Whiskey a Go Go. Get your tickets now for the streaming concert!

During the rest of the show we discussed this year’s upcoming WrestleMania, Ton explained why his daughter only listens to ‘80s AC/DC, and we received a call from the Waseca UNO champion. UNO!

Show #866

Tippi Toes – Primus
Tell It To My Heart – Taylor Dayne
Leather Boyz With Electric Toyz – Pretty Boy Floyd
Highway – St. Panther
Give Him A Great Big Kiss – The Shangri-Las
Rattlesnake – King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard
The Art Of Deception – Granny 4 Barrel
Stand Up And Shout – LeRoi XIII
Freak Flag – Granny 4 Barrel
I Feel Love – Granny 4 Barrel
Nitro Sexy – Granny 4 Barrel
Battle Lessons – Damon Johnson & The Get Ready
Got No Shame – Brother Cane
I Lie In The Bed I Make – Brother Cane
Dirty Diamonds – Alice Cooper
And Fools Shine On – Brother Cane
Who Me? – Buckethead

Featuring: Dustin Wilmes & Juston Cline

This edition of The Five Count featured two exclusive interviews with rock and rollers! First we were joined by singer Terry LeRoi. Terry is best known as the frontman for the band Granny 4 Barrel. He’s also the singer for the band LeRoi XIII. During the show he discussed how the character of “Granny” in Granny 4 Barrel came to be, his new band LeRoi XIII, and the release of LeRoi XIII’s new single Stand Up and Shout. All proceeds from the single go to benefit the Ronnie James Dio Cancer Fund!

Next we were joined by musician Damon Johnson. Damon is best known as the singer and guitarist for the band Brother Cane. He’s also played with the likes of Alice Cooper, Thin Lizzy, Sammy Hagar and Faith Hill. During the show he discussed his years in Brother Cane, what he learned touring with Alice Cooper, and his new band Damon Johnson & The Get Ready. Their new album Battle Lessons is out now!

During the rest of the show we discussed our favorite “pig out” restaurants, Ton whined about having to do his own laundry, and we complained about how easy it is for kids to get stickers nowadays. Kids today don’t know how good they got it!

Show #865

Tippi Toes – Primus
Future Shock – Stratovarius
Distant Skies – Stratovarius
Speed Of Light – Stratovarius
Break The Ice – Stratovarius
A Million Light Years Away – Stratovarius
Hunting High And Low – Stratovarius
Rebel – Stratovarius
Will The Sun Rise – Stratovarius
Black Diamond – Stratovarius
Destiny – Stratovarius
Who Me? – Buckethead

Featuring: Dustin Wilmes & Juston Cline

This installment of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with guitarist Timo Tolkki. Timo is best known as the former guitarist for the band Stratovarius. He’s also played with bands like Revolution Renaissance, Chaos Magic and Timo Tolkki’s Avalon. During the show he discussed his days in Stratovarius, how he developed his playing style, and his hopes that he might reunite with Stratovarius someday. Ton was ecstatic!

During the rest of the show we spoke to a woman on the phone named Triscuit and messed around with all the new knobs and buttons on our new recording equipment. We’re back, baby!

Show #864

Tippi Toes – Primus
Trick Or Treat – Fastway
After Midnight – Fastway
Don’t Stop The Fight – Fastway
Stand Up – Fastway
Tear Down The Walls – Fastway
Get Tough – Fastway
Hold On To The Night – Fastway
Heft – Fastway
If You Could See – Fastway
Without Us – Johnny Mathis & Deniece Williams
Gotta Get Up – Harry Nilsson
Anything At All – Bachelor
Dr. C.C. – Clarence Carter
You Think You’re A… Medley – Divine
Who Me? – Buckethead

Featuring: Dustin Wilmes & Juston Cline

This episode of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with actor Marc Price. Marc is best known for his role as “Irwin ‘Skippy’ Handelman” on the TV show Family Ties. He’s also appeared in films like The Rescue, Killer Tomatoes Eat France and Trick or Treat. During the show he discussed being a part of Family Ties, his memories of working on the film Trick or Treat, and his career as a stand-up comedian. See Marc at a venue near you!

During the rest of the show we reminisced about eating cheese chilitos from Zanz as kids, discussed our favorite Redd Foxx and Redd Foxx-related sitcoms, and Ton explained why he can’t eat wheat and hates people who waste their lives training chocobos. Damn kids!

Show #863

Tippi Toes – Primus
I’m Coming On – Ten Years After
It’s Getting Harder – Ten Years After
Think About The Times – Ten Years After
If You Should Love Me – Ten Years After
Baby Won’t You Let Me Rock ‘N’ Roll You – Ten Years After
I’d Love To Change The World – Ten Years After
I Woke This Morning – Ten Years After
I’m Going Home (Live) – Ten Years After
Fat Boys – The Fat Boys
All You Can Eat – The Fat Boys
Don’t You Dog Me – The Fat Boys
Are You Ready For Freddy – The Fat Boys
The Fat Boys Are Back – The Fat Boys
Who Me? – Buckethead

Featuring: Dustin Wilmes & Juston Cline

This edition of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with drummer Ric Lee. Ric is best known as the drummer for the band Ten Years After. Known for hits like Love Like a Man, Baby Won’t You Let Me Rock ‘n Roll You and I’d Love to Change the World, Ten Years After has been making music for more than 55 years. During the show he discussed the latest Ten Years After album finally being released in The States, what it was like playing at Woodstock, and his new book “From Headstocks to Woodstock.” Get your copy now!

During the rest of the show we discussed why people don’t own enough hot tubs, Ton received a phone call from former Minnesota Twins catcher Brian Harper, and we paid tribute to Five Count alumnus Prince Markie Dee. R.I.P. Markie Dee!

Show #862

Tippi Toes – Primus
Welcome Home – King Diamond
From The Other Side – King Diamond
Sleepless Nights – King Diamond
Emerencia – King Diamond
Halloween – King Diamond
Masquerade Of Madness – King Diamond
Arrival – King Diamond
Never Ending Hill – King Diamond
Tea – King Diamond
Abigail – King Diamond
Eye Of The Witch – King Diamond
The Invisible Guests – King Diamond
The Portrait – King Diamond
No Presents For Christmas – King Diamond
Who Me? – Buckethead

Featuring: Dustin Wilmes & Juston Cline

This episode of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with guitarist Andy LaRocque. Andy is best known as the guitarist for King Diamond. He’s also played with bands like Death, At the Gates and Dimmu Borgir. During the show he discussed how he developed his playing style, producing other bands at his Sonic Train Studios, and recording the new King Diamond album The Institute. Look for it soon!

During the rest of the show we discussed our recent experience teaching a college course on podcasting, decided which ‘80s sitcoms we wish we could make cameos on, and planned a trip to New Ulm to rent out the theater. The Five Count Film Fest is in the works!

Show #861

Tippi Toes – Primus
Garden Gate Of Evil – Creeper
Garden Of Evil – Creeper
Fubar Is A Super Rocker – Thor
Rock You – Helix
Shotgun Beer – Night Seeker
Handsome Hose – Creeper
Riff Raff – AC/DC
Take Me Back To The Country – Night Seeker
No Place Like Christmas – Night Seeker
Metal On Metal – Anvil
Rock And Roll Is My Guitar – Creeper
I Love Them Ho’s (Ho-Wop) – Eamon
Love Is A Lie – Lion
Love – Ween
Wanted For Love – Scott Baio
Love Me Sexy – Jackie Moon
The Closest Thing To Love – Ashford & Simpson
You Can’t Hurry Love – The Supremes
Who Me? – Buckethead

Featuring: Dustin Wilmes & Juston Cline

This edition of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with actor David Lawrence. David is best known for his role as “Terry Cahill” in the films Fubar and Fubar 2. He also portrayed the character on the TV shows Fubar: Age of Computer and Trailer Park Boys: Jail. During the show he discussed what it was like being followed by a camera crew for Fubar, being in jail with the Trailer Park Boys, and what Canadian metal bands are the best. Give’r!

During the rest of the show we paid tribute to Five Count Alumnus Mary Wilson, Dustin explained why he regrets going to Brown College, and we discussed which professional wrestlers we would like as our valentines. Happy Valentine’s Day!