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Saturday, November 17th, 2018
6:24 am
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Show #744
Tippi Toes - Primus
The Man In Black – The Undertaker
Making A Difference – CFO$
Tell Me A Lie – Fonda Feingold
Force Of Greatness – CFO$
Only You – Tim Cappello
One Of The Living – Tina Turner
Dark All Day – Gunship, Tim Cappello & Indiana
I Still Believe – Tim Cappello
Who Me? - Buckethead

Featuring: Dustin Wilmes & Juston Cline

This edition of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with singer and saxophonist Tim Cappello. Tim is best known for his musical performance in the film Lost Boys. He's also toured and recorded with numerous artists including Peter Gabriel, Ringo Starr, and Tina Turner. During the show he discussed his memories of filming Lost Boys, his years of touring with Tina Turner, how he got into bodybuilding, and his new album Blood on the Reed. Needles to say, we still believe!

During the rest of the show we discussed the death of Stan Lee, weighed the pros and cons of becoming a professional clown, and gave away tickets to WWE Smackdown Live at Target Center in Minneapolis. Happy Thanksgiving, Turkeys!
Saturday, November 10th, 2018
9:43 am
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Show #743
Tippi Toes – Primus
Man Smart (Woman Smarter) – Harry Belafonte
Burnt Toast And Black Coffee – Mike Pedicin
Take Us Into Space – Tenacious D
Burn This Disco Out – Michael Jackson
I Want More – Morgan
Cradle – Adrianne Lenker
If You Dare – AC/DC
Fantasy – Aldo Nova
Monkey On Your Back – Aldo Nova
Foolin’ Yourself – Aldo Nova
Blood On The Bricks – Aldo Nova
Hot Love – Aldo Nova
The Revelation – The 2 Live Crew
Big Party – Barbara & The Browns
Decomposing Composers – Monty Python
Don’t Love The Liar – Wooden Wand And The Vanishing Voice
Foot Soldiers (Star-Spangled Funky) – Funkadelic
Who Me? – Buckethead

Featuring: Dustin Wilmes & Juston Cline

This installment of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with guitarist Aldo Nova. Known for hits like Monkey on Your Back, Foolin’ Yourself, and Fantasy, Nova has been shredding guitar since the early ‘80s. He’s also written numerous songs for musicians like Celine Dion, Clay Aiken, and Bon Jovi. During the show he discussed the reasons he decided to get back to recording after a 20-year break, writing and producing for other artists, and his new album 2.0. Get it now on Megaforce Records!

During the rest of the show we discussed our memories of Jesse “The Body” Ventura becoming governor of Minnesota, how Ton created the Scholastic Book Fair, and our recent meeting with Jake “The Snake” Roberts. He’s a big fan of Ton!
Saturday, November 3rd, 2018
8:13 am
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Show #742
Tippi Toes – Primus
Volunteers – Jefferson Airplane
Crown Of Creation – Jefferson Airplane
The Ballad Of You And Me And Pooneil – Jefferson Airplane
White Rabbit – Jefferson Airplane
It’s No Secret – Jefferson Airplane
Plastic Fantastic Lover – Jefferson Airplane
Somebody To Love – Jefferson Airplane
The Doctor – The Doobie Brothers
Alison – Elvis Costello
Dance, Dance, Dance – Steve Miller Band
Wild Night – Van Morrison
Real Love – The Doobie Brothers
She Blew My Mind (69 Times) – Rick James
Roses Are Free – Ween
On Top Of Old Smokey – Burl Ives
Wooly Boogy Bee – Burl Ives
The Golden Vanity – Burl Ives
Blue Tail Fly – Burl Ives
Who Me? – Buckethead

Featuring: Dustin Wilmes & Juston Cline

This episode of The Five Count featured exclusive interviews with two of your daddy’s favorite rockers! First we were joined by guitarist Jorma Kaukonen. Jorma is best known as the guitarist and founder for the band Jefferson Airplane. He’s also a member of the band Hot Tuna. During the show he discussed playing festivals like Woodstock and the Monterey Pop Festival, his current relationship with Grace Slick, and his new book “Been So Long: My Life and Music.” Get your copy today!

Next we were joined by guitarist John McFee. John is best known as the guitarist for The Doobie Brothers. He’s also played with the likes of Van Morrison, Steve Miller, Elvis Costello, and many more. During the show he discussed joining The Doobie Brothers in the late ‘70s, his plans to release new music in the near future, and his memories of working with Rick James. You heard us right, Grace Slick!

During the rest of the show we tried to decide if being a live radio show makes our podcast more official than others, argued about hoverboard safety, and Ton told a story about a chimpanzee who steals peanuts. Make sure to listen to the show on the all-new Philco 1256 Radio/Phonograph!
Saturday, October 27th, 2018
8:26 am
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Show #741
Tippi Toes – Primus
Ghostbustin’ Machine – R. Hatfield
Monster In My Pocket – Monster In My Pocket
Do The Boo – Monster In My Pocket
Full Moon Blues – Monster In My Pocket
Boogie Man Boogie – Monster In My Pocket
Witches Brew – Monster In My Pocket
Monster Mash – Monster In My Pocket
Saturday Night At The Boneyard – Monster In My Pocket
Monsters – Monster In My Pocket
Monster Party – Monster In My Pocket
Can’t Do A Thing With My Hair – Monster In My Pocket
Party In Your Pocket – Monster In My Pocket
The Blob – The Five Blobs
Transylvania 6-5000 – PC 2000
Ghoul View Commercial – Zacherley
Nightmares – Dana Dane
Zombie – Roger Sherman
Energy – Thor & The Tritonz
Who Me? – Buckethead

Featuring: Dustin Wilmes & Juston Cline

This was our special “Scare-O-Rama 2018” edition of The Five Count. During the show we discussed which accessories our action figures would come with, whether or not 16-year-old Ton would beat up present-day Ton, tried to figure out why KMSU has so many trash cans, and listened to some spooky ghost stories. It was a monster party like no other!
Saturday, October 20th, 2018
6:20 am
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Show #740
Tippi Toes – Primus
Blue On Black – Kenny Wayne Shepherd
Alive – Kenny Wayne Shepherd
In 2 Deep – Kenny Wayne Shepherd
Grazed By Heaven – Uriah Heep
Stealin’ – Uriah Heep
The Wizard – Uriah Heep
Gypsy – Uriah Heep
Easy Livin’ – Uriah Heep
Lucky Man – Emerson, Lake & Palmer
Only Time Will Tell – Asia
From The Beginning – Emerson, Lake & Palmer
Jerusalem – Emerson, Lake & Palmer
Heat Of The Mountain – Asia
Who Me? – Buckethead

Featuring: Dustin Wilmes & Juston Cline

We had two more exclusive interviews with rock legends for this episode of The Five Count. First we were joined by Mick Box. Mick is best known as the guitarist and founder of the band Uriah Heep. Known for hits like Stealin’, Gypsy, and Easy Livin’, Uriah Heep has been running strong since 1969. During the show he discussed being on tour after all these years, his thoughts on the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and Uriah Heep’s new album Living the Dream. Rock!

Next we were joined by Carl Palmer. Carl is best known as the drummer and founder for the band Emerson, Lake & Palmer. He was also a member of the band Asia. During the show he discussed keeping the music of ELP alive, his other career as an artist, and his current tour, Carl Palmer’s ELP Legacy: Emerson, Lake & Palmer Lives On! See him live on Oct. 30 in Minneapolis at the Dakota Jazz Club.

During the rest of the show we begged for money for the KMSU pledge drive, planned a day-trip to Waseca, Minn., and gave away tickets to see Kenny Wayne Shepherd on Nov. 16 in Rochester at the Mayo Civic Center. Ton was blue on black for most of the show!
Saturday, October 13th, 2018
9:13 am
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Show #739
Tippi Toes – Primus
Rappin’ – Lovebug Starski
Snack Attack – Melvin Plowden, Mario Van Peebles, Eriq La Salle, Kadeem Hardison & Richie Abanes
The Fight Rap – Lovebug Starski
Neighborhood Walk – Mario Van Peebles
Itchin’ For A Scratch – Force MD’s
Flame In The Fire – Warren Mills
Call Me – D. Terrell
If You Want To (FU12) – Lajuan Carter
Golly Gee – Tuff Inc.
First Love Never Dies – Eugene Wilde & Joanna Gardner
Everybody Everybody (Le Freak Mix) – Black Box
Rocky Marciano’s “Greatest Sports Thrill” – Rocky Marciano & Harry Wismer
Who Me? – Buckethead

Featuring: Dustin Wilmes & Juston Cline

This installment of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with actor Mario Van Peebles. Mario is best known for his roles in films like New Jack City, Rappin’, Heartbreak Ridge, and Jaws: The Revenge. During the show he discussed why he enjoys working on independent films, how making the film Rappin’ led to directing his own films, and his new movie Armed. Get your copy today!

During the rest of the show we announced our new line of T-shirts, discussed the similarities between us and Insane Clown Posse, and played the entire soundtrack to Rappin’. Afterwards, we decided to join the U.S. Air Force!
Saturday, October 6th, 2018
2:31 pm
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Show #738
Tippi Toes – Primus
Hot Girls In Love – Loverboy
American Woman – The Guess Who
Party All Night – Quiet Riot
Hell Yeah – Paul Dean
Working For The Weekend – Loverboy
The Kid Is Hot Tonight – Loverboy
Turn Me Loose – Loverboy
Lovin’ Every Minute Of It – Loverboy
Playin’ On The Radio – The Guess Who
No Time – The Guess Who
These Eyes – The Guess Who
Hand Me Down – The Guess Who
No Sugar Tonight/New Mother Nature – The Guess Who
Who Me? – Buckethead

Featuring: Dustin Wilmes & Juston Cline

This episode of The Five Count featured exclusive interviews with three of Canada’s favorite rockers. First we were joined by Paul Dean. Paul is best known as the guitarist for Loverboy. Known for hits like Working for the Weekend, Turn Me Loose, and Lovin’ Every Minute of It, Loverboy has been a mainstay in rock for 40 years. During the show Paul discussed how his career first took off in the U.S., rocking with Loverboy over the years, and his recent solo single Hell Yeah. See Loverboy live on Oct. 12 at The Surf Ballroom in Clear Lake, Iowa!

Next we were joined by both drummer Garry Peterson and bassist Rudy Sarzo of The Guess Who. Known for hits like These Eyes, American Woman, and Share the Land, The Guess Who has been touring and releasing albums since the mid-‘60s. During the show Garry discussed playing in The Guess Who over the past 50+ years, Rudy discussed making the transition to the band after playing with heavier bands like Quiet Riot and Ozzy Osbourne, and they announced the release of The Guess Who’s new album The Future Is What it Used to Be. Get your copy today!

During the rest of the show we complained incessantly about the new Predator film, considered adding the rap moniker “Lil’” to our names, and played enough Canadian rock to flip your toque. We partied all night, eh?
Saturday, September 29th, 2018
8:59 am
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Show #737
Tippi Toes – Primus
Disappointed – Public Image Ltd
Memories – Public Image Ltd
Covered – Public Image Ltd
Rise – Public Image Ltd
Public Image – Public Image Ltd
Home – Public Image Ltd
Flowers Of Romance – Public Image Ltd
Seattle – Public Image Ltd
(This Is Not A) Love Song – Public Image Ltd
Mighty Mouse In Toyland – Somer Alberg & The Peter Pan Chorus And Orchestra
Chameleon – Herbie Hancock
Who Me? – Buckethead

Featuring: Dustin Wilmes & Juston Cline

This episode of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with singer John Lydon. Formerly known as Johnny Rotten, John is best known as the singer for the band The Sex Pistols. He's also the founder and singer of the band Public Image Ltd. During the show he discussed the evolution of his career over the past 40 years, being back on the road with PiL, and his new documentary The Public Image is Rotten. See it at a theater near you!

During the rest of the show we discussed creating a "Graeland-like" attraction based on Ton, shared our favorite talent show memories from elementary school, and we paid tribute to the 35th anniversary of the TV show Mama's Family! Our public image has never been better!
Saturday, September 22nd, 2018
9:02 am
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Show #736
Tippi Toes – Primus
C’est La Vie – Robbie Nevil
Who Is It? – Carlton The Doorman
The Wallflower (Dance With Me Henry) – Etta James
World Champion – Leon Sylvers III
I Slept In An Arcade – Black Randy & The Metrosquad
Video Games – Black Out Band
Asteroids – John Braden
Space Invaders (12” Version) – Player (1)
The Climber – Kid Stuff Repertory Company
Papa Was A Rollin’ Stone – The Temptations
Who Me? – Buckethead

Featuring: Dustin Wilmes & Juston Cline

During this installment of The Five Count we discussed the best toys for kids spawned from ultra-violent movies, Dustin wowed the audience with his Little House on the Prairie knowledge, Ton flew off the handle and jacked a janitor’s jaw, and we spoke to author Brett Weiss about his new book “The SNES Omnibus: The Super Nintendo and Its Games, Vol. 1 (A-M)”. We were playing with power all night!
Saturday, September 15th, 2018
7:48 am
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Show #735
Tippi Toes – Primus
R.I.P. U. – Gama Bomb
Hug Me – Pharrell Williams & Trey Parker
Lovesick Blues – Hank Williams
The Bristol Hotel – L.L. Cool J
I Feel Free – Dilly Dally
Jesus Is My Friend – Sonseed
Escape From Miami – The Lloyds Richards Band
Majestic Flight – Angelo Jannotti
Tough Guys – The Lloyds Richards Band
Slam Dunk Shuffle – Angelo Jannotti
Friends – Dragon Sound
Against The Ninja – Dragon Sound
I Love You – The Lloyds Richards Band
Starving – Emily Lucas
Tae Kwon Do Family – The Lloyds Richards Band
Who Me? – Buckethead

Featuring: Dustin Wilmes & Juston Cline

This edition of The Five Count featured exclusive interviews with two of Miami’s biggest heroes. First we were joined by Angelo Jannotti. Angelo is best known for his role as “Tom” in the classic film Miami Connection. In addition to being the singer and guitarist in the band Dragon Sound, he’s also a member of the band Skin Deep. During the show he discussed his memories of working on the film, the process of writing the music for Dragon Sound, and the future of his band Skin Deep. We are now friends for eternity!

Next we were joined by Kathee Collier. Kathee is best known for her role as “Jane” in the classic film Miami Connection. She’s also a singer for the band Dragon Sound. During the show she discussed her memories of working on the film, her reaction when Miami Connection was reintroduced to the world, and her daughter’s music career. Hear Kathee’s daughter, Emily Lucas, at www.emilylucasmusic.com!

During the rest of the show we discussed out favorite one-hit wonders, Ton explained why he started incorporating dental bibs into his regular wardrobe, and we explained our spotty Taekwando records. There’s a good chance we wouldn’t fare well against the ninja!
Saturday, September 8th, 2018
6:29 am
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Show #734
Tippi Toes – Primus
Ask Me What I Am – Burt Reynolds
What’s Mine Is Yours – Burt Reynolds
Sneakin’ Around – Dolly Parton & Burt Reynolds
Room For A Boy Never Used – Burt Reynolds
You Can’t Keep A Good Dog Down – Burt Reynolds & Dom DeLuise
Let's Do Something Cheap And Superficial – Burt Reynolds
Rocket Reducer No. 62 (Rama Lama Fa Fa Fa) – MC5
Shakin’ Street – MC5
Gotta Keep Movin’ – MC5
Tonight – MC5
Intro/Ramblin’ Rose – MC5
Kick Out The Jams – MC5
Iceman – Albert Collins
Iceman – Descendents
The Iceman Song – Dorky Diggedy Dave
The Iceman – Macabre
Ice Man – Big Joe
The Iceman – Sammy Hagar
Who Me? – Buckethead

Featuring: Dustin Wilmes & Juston Cline

This edition of The Five Count featured exclusive interviews with two legends in their respective fields. First we were joined by Wayne Kramer. Wayne is best known as the founder and guitarist for the band MC5. He’s also played with the likes of Johnny Thunders, Axis of Justice, Was (Not Was), and Mudhoney. During the show he discussed the 50th anniversary tour for MC5, his memories of working with GG Allin, and his new book “The Hard Stuff: Dope, Crime, the MC5, and My Life of Impossibilities.” See Wayne with the MC50 tour on Oct. 23 at the Varsity Theater in Minneapolis!

Next we were joined by Chuck “The Iceman” Liddell. Known for fights with the likes of Tito Ortiz and Randy Couture, Chuck is a former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion and a member of the UFC Hall of Fame. During the show he discussed transitioning from MMA to acting, his new film Silencer, and coming out of retirement to once again face Tito Ortiz. See “Liddell vs. Ortiz III” on Nov. 24 from Golden Boy Promotions!

During the rest of the show we argued over who should be in charge of The Five Count’s social media presence, Ton discussed his former “working” relationship with Reba McEntire, and we paid tribute to Burt Reynolds. R.I.P. Burt!
Saturday, September 1st, 2018
9:47 am
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Show #733
Tippi Toes – Primus
The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down – The Three Stooges
Abigail – King Diamond
Take Me High – Ivy Violan
Soldat – Lemon Bucket Orkestra
The Power – Snap!
Scream Along With Marvel – The Merry Marvel Marching Society
Superman – The Clique
Batman To The Rescue – Lavern Baker
Captain America – Jimmy Buffett
Stop Talking About Comics Or I'll Kill You – Ookla The Mok
Spiderman – The Ramones
Nobody Loves The Hulk – The Traits
Jellyfish – Catbath
Mothers Of Invention – Deep Puddle Dynamics
Qui Dorm, Nome's Somia – Deerhoof
Human Being – New York Dolls
Wipeout – The Fat Boys & The Beach Boys
Who Me? – Buckethead

Featuring: Dustin Wilmes & Juston Cline

This installment of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with Ming Chen. Ming is best known as a cast member of the TV show Comic Book Men. Set in Kevin Smith’s comic book shop, Jay and Silent Bob’s Secret Stash, Comic Book Men aired on the AMC network for seven seasons. During the show he discussed his favorite celebrity encounters at the Secret Stash, how the show Comic Book Men helped resurrect comic collecting, and his upcoming appearance at the Nerdin’ Out Con in Rochester. Meet Ming Chen at Nerdin Out’ on Sept. 8 & 9!

During the rest of the show we discussed the most expensive dates we’ve been on, argued over which Predator film is the best, and regretted our decision to miss the Taylor Swift concert. Happy Labor Day!
Saturday, August 25th, 2018
9:22 am
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Show #732
Tippi Toes – Primus
Do You Really Want To Hurt Me – Culture Club
Water – OHMME
Whatcha Doing (To Me) – Charles Bradley & The Inversions
The Ballad Of Every Town I've Ever Been To... – Elias
Nobody’s Watching – Steady Holiday
Devil In My Car – The B-52’s
Ain't Nobody Bad (Like Meteor Man) – Big Hat Ray Ray
Dance This Mess Around – The B-52’s
I’ll Tumble 4 Ya – Culture Club
Good Stuff – The B-52’s
Kim Smoltz – Ween
Karma Chameleon – Culture Club
Keep Yappin – Cantrell
The Battle Of Evermore – Led Zeppelin
Channel Z – The B-52’s
Who Me? – Buckethead

Featuring: Dustin Wilmes & Juston Cline

This episode of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with actor/comedian Robert Townsend. Robert is best known for directing and starring in films like Hollywood Shuffle, The Five Heartbeats, and The Meteor Man. He also directed the film Eddie Murphy Raw and starred in the TV show The Parent ‘Hood. During the show he discussed his thoughts on Hollywood’s portrayal of black actors, his film The Meteor Man paving the way for the success of films like Black Panther, and his new documentary Making The Five Heartbeats. See it in theaters Aug. 27!

During the rest of the show we discussed the pros and cons of going to high school reunions, celebrated the 20-year anniversary of Godsmack’s debut album, and gave away tickets to see Boy George & The B-52’s at the Minnesota State Fair. Next to The Five Count, it’s the other great Minnesota get-together!
Saturday, August 18th, 2018
9:39 am
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Show #731
Tippi Toes – Primus
Rock Steady – Aretha Franklin
Chain Of Fools – Aretha Franklin
The House That Jack Built – Aretha Franklin
Respect – Aretha Franklin
Something He Can Feel – Aretha Franklin
Think – Aretha Franklin
(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman – Aretha Franklin
A Different World Theme – Aretha Franklin
Sharknado – Ramin Kousha
Shark Attack – Barnaby Austin
Sharknado Rhapsody (Global Swarming Version) – Quint
Sharknado – The Offspring
Long Way To Go (Sharknado) – Camper Van Beethoven
Shark Rain – Eddie Cole
(The Ballad Of) Sharknado – Quint
Krull Theme/Colwyn's Arrival – James Horner
Freeway Of Love – Aretha Franklin
Who Me? – Buckethead

Featuring: Dustin Wilmes & Juston Cline

This edition of The Five Count featured exclusive interviews with three TV favorites. First we were joined by filmmaker Anthony C. Ferrante. Anthony is best known as the creator and director of the Sharknado film series. He’s also directed films like Headless Horseman, Boo, and Hansel & Gretel. During the show he discussed the success of the Sharknado films, the various actors who have made guest appearances over the series, and the sixth Sharnado film The Last Sharknado: It’s Abut Time! It premiers Aug. 19th on the Syfy channel!

Next we were joined by Five Count alumni Mike Nelson & Kevin Murphy. Mike and Kevin are best known as the men behind both Mystery Science Theater 3000 and RiffTrax. Mike was the head-writer for MST3K and the on-screen host. Kevin was also a writer for MST3K and the voice of the “Tom Servo” robot. During the show they discussed their favorite films they’ve “riffed” over the years, how they feel when they receive backlash from fans over making fun of films, and their upcoming presentation of the film Krull. Check out the upcoming event RiffTrax Live: Krull at a theater near you!

During the rest of the show we paid tribute to Aretha Franklin, Ton explained why his moving to New Ulm, Minn. would overwhelm the city’s infrastructure, and decided whose likeness we would like to airbrush on our tights. We also drank an entire case of Mike’s Half-Staff Lemonade!
Saturday, August 11th, 2018
9:16 am
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Show #730
Tippi Toes – Primus
In The Name Of Love – Thompson Twins
Love On Your Side – Thompson Twins
We Are Detective – Thompson Twins
Hold Me Now (12” Version) – Thompson Twins
Science Fiction – Tom Bailey
Lies – Thompson Twins
Lay Your Hands On Me (12” Version) – Thompson Twins
Doctor! Doctor! – Thompson Twins
Funky Birthday – Bobby McLaughlin
I Want A Boy For My Birthday – The Cookies
The Birthday Party – Grandmaster Flash & The Furious 5
Happy Birthday – The Kac-Ties
Birthday Song – Tyrone & Friends
Who Me? – Buckethead

Featuring: Dustin Wilmes & Juston Cline

This installment of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with Tom Bailey. Tom is best known as the frontman for the Thompson Twins. Known for hits like In the Name of Love, Lies, Doctor! Doctor!, and Hold Me Now, the Thompson Twins have sold millions of albums dating back to the late ‘70s. During the show he discussed playing with the Thompson Twins at the height of their success, his decision to start writing new pop music after taking a lengthy hiatus, and his new album Science Fiction. See Tom Bailey live on Sept. 3 at the Minnesota State Fair!

During the rest of the show Ton announced his possible candidacy for city council, we discussed who we would invite to The Five Count Christmas Variety Show, and we celebrated Ton’s birthday! He doesn’t sound a day over 60!
Saturday, August 4th, 2018
8:29 am
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Show #729
Tippi Toes – Primus
Lovelines – Souvenir
Do You Even Lift, Bro? – Marshall Beck & The Totally Tough Guys
Daddy Worked In An Old Coal Mine – Paula Wiseman
So Sad, So Sad – Varsity
Ba-Ba-Baby – The Flying Phlegm
Cara Mia – Nikolai Volkoff
Edge Of A Broken Heart – Vixen
How Much Love – Vixen
You Ought To Know By Now – Vixen
Cryin’ – Vixen
Computer Madness – Vixen
Pee-Wee's Playhouse – Jay Condom
Good Morning Song – Paul Reubens
A Sailor's Life – Paul Reubens & Phil Hartman
Most Beautiful Woman in Puppetland – Paul Reubens & Lynne Stewart
Ballad of Hermit Hattie – Paul Reubens & Edie McClurg
Rub The Top of Jambi's Box – Paul Reubens, John Paragon & Lynne Stewart
I Gotta Go Be By My Self/Call Me Ms. Bungle – Paul Reubens & Lynne Stewart
He's Gonna Get His Wish - His Way - What He Wants – The Pee-Wee Herman Show Cast
Luckiest Boy In The World – Paul Reubens
Volare Pee-Wee – John Paragon
The Thunder Rolls – Garth Brooks
Who Me? – Buckethead

Featuring: Dustin Wilmes & Juston Cline

This edition of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with Janet Gardner. Janet is best known as the singer and guitarist for the band Vixen. Known for songs like Love Made Me, Cryin’, and Edge of a Broken Heart, Vixen has been making albums since 1988. During the show she discussed the early days of Vixen, her memories of appearing in the film Hardbodies, and Vixen’s new album Live Fire. It’s available now on Rat Pak Records!

During the rest of the show we discussed our favorite Danny DeVito acting roles, shared our favorite Mankato club memories, paid tribute to pro wrestler Nikolai Volkoff, and helped a man from Montgomery pick up women by impressing them with his canning skills. His specialty was stewed tomatoes!
Saturday, July 28th, 2018
9:32 am
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Show #728
Tippi Toes - Primus
Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band – Paul Nicholas & The Bee Gees
With A Little Help From My Friends – Peter Frampton & The Bee Gees
Here Comes The Sun – Sandy Farina
Getting Better – Peter Frampton & The Bee Gees
Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds – Dianne Steinberg & Stargard
I Want You (She’s So Heavy) – The Bee Gees, Dianne Steinberg, Paul Nicholas, Donald Pleasence & Stargard
Good Morning, Good Morning – Paul Nicholas, Peter Frampton & The Bee Gees
Oh! Darling – Robin Gibb
Maxwell’s Silver Hammer – Steve Martin & Chorus
Fixing A Hole – George Burns
Got To Get You Into My Life – Earth, Wind & Fire
Strawberry Fields Forever – Sandy Farina
Because – Alice Cooper & The Bee Gees
Come Together – Aerosmith
Being For The Benefit Of Mr. Kite – Maurice Gibb, Peter Frampton, George Burns & The Bee Gees
The Long And Winding Road – Peter Frampton
A Day In The Life – Barry Gibb & The Bee Gees
Golden Slumbers – Peter Frampton
Carry That Weight – The Bee Gees
Get Back – Billy Preston
Polythene Pam – The Bee Gees
She Came In Through The Bathroom Window – Peter Frampton & The Bee Gees
Nowhere Man – The Bee Gees
Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise) – Peter Frampton & The Bee Gees
Who Me? - Buckethead

Featuring: Dustin Wilmes, Mike Whitney & Juston Cline

This edition of The Five Count was a celebration of the 40th anniversary of one of the greatest films ever made, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band! During the show we explained why The Bee Gees are better than The Beatles, discussed why unattractive people can't be music stars nowadays, tried to figure out why everyone thinks Sgt. Pepper's is one of the worst films of all-time, and Ton mourned the loss of Minnesota Vikings Training Camp in Mankato. Luckily, he's slowly overcoming that grief with the help of Peter Frampton!
Saturday, July 21st, 2018
9:09 am
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Show #727
Tippi Toes – Primus
Give It Up Or Turnit A Loose – James Brown
Smooth Groove, Pt. 1 – “Sweet” Charles Sherrell
Say It Loud – I’m Black And I’m Proud – James Brown
Get Up Offa That Thing/Release The Pressure – James Brown
Universal Love – “Sweet” Charles Sherrell
Hustle!!! (Dead On It) – James Brown
Breakin’ Bread – Fred & The New J.B.’s
You Got To Have A Mother For Me – James Brown
Soul Man – “Sweet” Charles Sherrell
Ain’t It Funky Now – James Brown
Who Me? – Buckethead

Featuring: Dustin Wilmes & Juston Cline

This episode of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with “Sweet” Charles Sherrell. “Sweet” Charles is best known as the former bandleader and bassist for James Brown & The J.B.’s. Performing on classics like Say It Loud - I'm Black and I'm Proud, Mother Popcorn, and Give It Up or Turnit a Loose, he also appeared with James Brown in the film Rocky IV. During the show he discussed his early days playing with Jimi Hendrix, his days playing with James Brown, and his new album Universal Love. Get your copy today!

During the rest of the show we spoke on the phone to a hairdresser's husband, Ton told the story of how he escaped an escape room, and we explained the benefits of baptizing children at New Ulm's Bavarian Blast festival. Two birds with one bratwurst!
Saturday, July 14th, 2018
7:29 am
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Show #726
Tippi Toes - Primus
Sweat – The System
Stop Sweatin’ Me – Kid Creole & The Coconuts
Sweat – Oingo Boingo
Make You Sweat – Keith Sweat
Hot, Wet, Drippin’ With Sweat – Nitro
Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now) (The Slammin’ Vocal Club Mix) – C+C Music Factory, Freedom Williams & Marsha Wash
Sweat – Ohio Players
Skinny Sweaty Man – Red Hot Chili Peppers
Sweat (Til You Get Wet) – Brick
Sweating Bullets – Megadeth
Sweat (A La La La La Long) – Inner Circle
Sweat Of The Bud – Static-X
Sweat (Sweat The Club Mix) – Jay Williams
Cold Sweat – James Brown
Who Me? - Buckethead

Featuring: Dustin Wilmes & Juston Cline

Things got real sweaty for this installment of The Five Count! During the show we celebrated National Nude Day, discussed why all the aerobic studios closed down, spoke with a mailman about the dos and don'ts of leaving gifts for your mail carriers, and played enough sweat-inducing tunes to cause a bad rash. We also dubbed Ton the Crocodile Dundee of swamp ass!
Saturday, July 7th, 2018
9:07 am
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Show #725
Tippi Toes – Primus
Take Me Home, Country Roads – John Denver
Some Days Are Diamonds (Some Days Are Stone) – John Denver
Thank God I’m A Country Boy – John Denver
Calypso – John Denver
Rocky Mountain High – John Denver
I Want To Be A Cowboy’s Sweetheart – “The Singing Cowgirl” Lisa Murphy
Mustang Sally – “The Singing Cowgirl” Lisa Murphy
Eighteen Wheels And A Dozen Roses – “The Singing Cowgirl” Lisa Murphy
Crying My Heart Out Over You – “The Singing Cowgirl” Lisa Murphy
Sunshine On My Shoulders – “The Singing Cowgirl” Lisa Murphy
Who Me? – Buckethead

Featuring: Dustin Wilmes, Lisa Murphy & Juston Cline

During this episode of The Five Count we discussed the logistics of making our own parade float, Ton tried to figure out why he can’t remember anything that’s happened over the past 10 years, and we spoke with “The Singing Cowgirl” Lisa Murphy about her music career and love for John Denver! We were also treated to an in-studio performance, including a rendition of Annie’s Song that made Ton cry!
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