After the dust settles on an explosive bootleg breakfast, Legendary disc jockey, Eddie Winters returns to the brand new FCC Free Radio Studios to play his favorite game “Don’t Call Us, We’ll Call You”. Find out what happens when Eddie rams his miata head first into Pietro’s voicemail.
Vanity wins, when Eddie gets Bodhi “The Roadie” Lane on the phone. Bodhi talks about his recent ride on a party bus where the champagne flowed like tequila and burritos were $500 a pop. Is Bodhi stuck in Super Bowl City? You won’t believe your ears.
Later, Eddie chats about the passing of Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and the Big Bopper and the ole “Day the Music Died”. Speaking of death, Eddie talks about Stone Temple Pilots finding a new lead singer and Bodhi lets his freak flag fly.
Tales of Guns and Roses reunions are shared and Axl Rose almost stops the program when Eddie chats about the time John Lennon was sued for paying homage to Chuck Berry’s music publishers.
Eddie asks the burning question, “Who order the ‘David Crosby Tweets’ and hears from Coup fan, Cabell from Brooklyn, NY. Cabel and Eddie chat about shooting a video, Randy Grohl and what they are most sorry for on an upbeat, inaugural edition of the Apologies.
If you’ve got a miata, get it on 3 wheels for this smokin’ hot episode.