After the a heat filled bootleg breakfast, Eddie Winters tears the lid off of Podcast two with a phone call from Atlanta’s favorite drummer, Pietro DiGennaro.
Eddie provides an open forum for Pietro to share details about his 420 festival weekend with The Roots, ludacris, The Disco Biscuits and Pietro’s group, The Midnight Larks. Pietro also talks about the difference between regular hippies and new wave hippies. Find out what it sounds like when Pietro rubs elbows with celebrities and their security guards.
Mark your calendar, because it’s time for another edition of “This Day in Rock and Roll History”. You’ll be pinching yourself when you realize how long it was since music has been good. Don’t blink when Eddie plays a dangerous game of “Don’t Call Us, We’re going to leave you a voice mail message”.
Eddie flips his lid when he raises the terror alert levels for another rousing edition of “The Dream Charts”. You will be asking yourself how 50 songs can all sound the same on the Dream Charts!
After the turnaround, Eddie calls Bodhi Lane to find out why he is not on the program. Bodhi catches Eddie up on his recent purchase of a brand new vehicle. You won’t believe the hoops that Bodhi “The Roadie” is willing to jump for in order to drive a new truck off the lot.
Eddie takes Bodhi through the pages of Rolling Stone with “Real American Rolling Stones Review”. Grab a calculator if you want to keep up with the word explosion that is a rolling stone review. Listen, as Bodhi and Eddie try to read between the lines, only to end up with 3.5 stars.
Find out what David Crosby is thinking with, “David Crosby Tweets”. You will be wearing fringe in no time on this smokey segment.
Apologies and an impromptu version of “Stairway to Heaven” that will leaving you wanting to file a lawsuit with someone!
Get your cloak and get ready, because this is one heck of a program!