Give The People What They Want – The O’Jays
Back Stabbers – The O’Jays
Love Train – The O’Jays
Use Ta Be My Girl – The O’Jays
Now That We Found Love – The O’Jays
Above The Law – The O’Jays
For The Love Of Money – The O’Jays
Put Your Hands Together – The O’Jays
BadBootz – Simply Red
If You Don’t Know Me By Now – Simply Red
Something Got Me Started – Simply Red
Money’s Too Tight (To Mention) – Simply Red
Holding Back The Years – Simply Red
Who Me? – Buckethead
Featuring: Dustin Wilmes & Juston Cline
This installment of The Five Count featured two exclusive interviews with three singing sensations. First we were joined by Eddie Levert & Walter Williams. Eddie & Walter are best known as the founders and singers of The O’Jays. Known for hits like Love Train, Back Stabbers, and For the Love of Money, The O’Jays have been making music for more than 60 years and are members of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. During the show they discussed the future of The O’Jays, President Trump using their music on The Apprentice, and their new album The Last Word. Get your copy now!
Next we were joined by singer Mick Hucknall. Mick is best known as the singer for the band Simply Red. Known for hits like Holding Back the Years and If You Don’t Know Me by Now, Simply Red has been making music for more than 30 years. During the show he discussed how he maintains his singing voice after years on the road, the importance of UK bands making it big in the US, and Simply Red’s new album Blue Eyed Soul. Get your copy today!
During the rest of the show we discussed our favorite pro wrestling promos, Ton bragged about how much Big Red he can chew, and we realized it was the 15-year anniversary of the True Punks Do Electro show. That’s a lot of electro!