Episode 265 – 11.21.16 – Black Friday Edition!

blackfridayGrab your credit cards and get ready to swipe on this exciting episode of America’s favorite rock and roll program! Famed disc jockey, Eddie Winters gets his diamond encrusted drill bit and fracks his way through the rock and roll annals with “This Day in Rock and Roll History”.

After a brief history lesson, Eddie plays “Don’t Call Us, We’ll Call You” and reaches out to famed drummer and Atlanta Bad Boy, Pietro DiGennaro. Pietro dishes the dirt on his partying and blames politics on his problems. The tough questions get asked and Pietro has tough answers!

Don’t get stampeded when Eddie breaks the news with “Real American Headlines”. Listen as the Mainstream Media plays the Trump Card on this special Tabloid edition of what “Headlines”.

Eddie covers the story of Kanyne West speaking his mind, canceling his tour and being admitted to a treatment center for supporting, but not voting for Mr. Donald J. Trump. Kanye does his best Jim Morrison impression, but without all those drugs and alcohol.

Number One Fan calls into give his best Kanye impression and shares smokin’ hot details of his popcorn filled weekend. Number One talks about getting rid of cardboard and plastic and does his best Oswald impression. Number One is both loosey and goosey on this black friday themed call.

The clean up crew gets into position when Eddie reaches out to Barry “The Stallion” Streib. The Stallion has some explaining to do when he covers the Ravens’ recent lost. Don’t worry because the birds will be their at the buzzer, baby!

Later, Axl Rose weighs in on and becomes part of the Trump Circus that is firmly in town. Stevie Van Zandt also gets wound up in the mix. Grab the peanuts, baby, its getting crazy!

Homage gets paid to Leon Russell and other tremendous losses of 2016. There won’t be a dry eye in the house after this sad segment.

Ian Corey dials the program and talks about the Circus, Prepping and helps out with his hopeless translation of a Rolling Stone Review with “Guess The Rolling Stone Review”.

Don’t worry, there are David Crosby Tweets, Apologies and Karaoke in store you…only on the Coup!

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