The commotion continues in the second half of the program when Legendary Disc Jockey, Eddie Winters shimmies into place to (potentially) deliver the goods.
After completing an easy, breezy Runaways themed bootleg breakfast, Eddie welcomes rock icon, Lita Ford to the program!
Eddie and Lita dive deep into the making of Lita’s new album “Time Capsule”. Lita also share intimate insights from her new memoir, “Living like a Runaway” which includes wild stories of meeting Jimmy Page and Robert Plant when she was with the Runaways and also her explosive relationship with rock legend, Tony Iommi of Black Sabbath. Hit the deck, because things are getting crazy once Eddie and Lita talk about all of the details that didn’t make the book! You won’t want to miss this exciting and enchanting discussion with the one and only Lita Ford!
After the turn around, Eddie returns to the show with a fast growing case of GTF, also known as Golden Throat Fatigue. With a flask of fluids, nothing can stop Eddie Winters from “hoarsing” around and hitting the phone lines.
Cabell Harris dials the program from Brooklyn, NY and Eddie probes him for answers regarding his music new video. The boys get weird about the recent news of pop star Ke$ha and her battle with a very powerful contract. Eddie wonders…”is it too late to become a 700 year old Pop star?”
You will be checking your pulse when Eddie loses both his mind and his throat when Pietro DiGennaro joins the program via satellite from Atlanta, GA.
The sounds of flaky gold from Eddie’s larynx remind Pietro of his early brushes with the law. Listen as Pietro railroads the program down memory lane (a street he would later be arrested on) with tales of that will have you cuffs on the way downtown.
Learn the whole story and more on this historically accurate representation of the most smokin’ hot program in the galaxy.