The oldest Disc Jockey in history, Eddie Winters creates legendary radio fire on this very special episode of the Coup. Eddie and Bodhi “The Roadie” continue the magic in podcast two with more breaking new that’s so old that is becomes new!
Bodhi teaches Eddie how to be an internet troll and Eddie whips up another installment of “Don’t Call Us, We’ll Call You” featuring Atlanta’s golden child: Pietro DiGennaro.
Pietro dazzles the listeners with his knowledge about steam trains and railroads before ever realizing that he is on air. Learn more about Pietro’s future and past regrets and his fear of airport security.
A Royal Flush becomes a Full House with some radio slight of hand when Jeremy Wheat joins the program. See who draws the short cord when the boys play a classic game of “Guess The Review” with Rolling Stone!
Make sure to grab a seat close to the speaker when the boys reach out to Rock and Roll workhorse, Brian Chatton.
Brian takes the boys on a Journey through his career that touches on some major highlights including playing and living with Phil Collins, Playing with Jon Anderson of YES and becoming friends with Jimi Hendrix. You don’t want to miss these rare stories with Rock and Roll’s finest.
Sit back and tune that Keytar for this legendary episode of the Coup!