Join legendary disc jockey, Eddie Winters and his giant bowl of Cream of Wheat for another spellbinding episode of the Rock and Roll CoupDètat. Find out why America calls the coup “America’s favorite rock and roll program”.
Eddie wastes no time and turns back the pages of the history book for “This day in Rock and Roll history”. Learn how history used to be told on this classic segment.
The radio waves get a dose of second hand breaking news with a story on Sammy Hagar dreams to tour with Van Halen, Diamond Dave and Michael Anthony. The scene gets set for Eddie to dig deeper with “Real American Headlines”. Find out what is real and fake news on this historic segment of tabloid talk brought to you by the Huffington Post.
After a quick break, Co-producer Ian Corey dials the program to give the latest from the “head of the beast” Washington DC. Ian gives the latest on his prepping plans, radio dust, coup impressions, hallucinogens, his weekend and a whole lot more. Listen close for a sneak peak into an upcoming guest on the coup!
After the turn around, Eddie breaks the news of Ray Davies of the Kinks being Knighted and his upcoming work that sounds like the Kinks. Eddie gets wild and plays “Don’t Call Us, We’ll Call You” and reaches out to Atlanta bad boy drummer, Pietro DiGennaro. Pietro gives Eddie the cold shoulder when he lets Eddie know that he is deep in the studio working on some smoking tracks.
Look out for a surprise edition of “David Crosby Tweets” that will give you deep insights into the heart and mind of music legend David Crosby.
Eddie gets wild and plays “Don’t Call Us, We’ll Call You” and reaches out to Coup favorite, Chris Duncan. Chris Duncan shares some tales from Los Angeles including protests, breasts, and a date with a reporter from Cosmopolitan. The Coup gets a little collateral press with Chris Duncan.
Eddie gets a chance to check in with Pietro DiGennaro once again for a quick check in from the recording Studio in Atlanta.
Later, apologies are made and smoking jams are played all on this very exciting edition of the coup.