Episode 280 – 04.10.17 – Telephone Airwaves

Telephone Airwaves Iconic disc jockey, Eddie Winters puts on his radio cloak for another exciting episode of America’s favorite rock and roll program! Scrape the moss from your rocky exterior and join Eddie for legendary hijinks. Eddie is all juiced up and ready to go when he revisits rock and roll’s past with “This Day in Rock”. Find out why corduroy pant’s were banned in 1964 and a whole lot more!

Producer, Ian Corey dials the program from the head of the beast with tale of Ax wielding, Killer Bees, and a classic coup game with “You write it and we’ll do it live”.

Number One fan, Mike Fink slides in with the show with some coup flowers and Oakland showers. Number One chats about his new bundle of joy, Loosey Goosey. Dumpster dogs are hard to breed on this coup call!

The news gets a makeover with “Real American Headlines”. Freak out with the rest of America as we decode the real news and really real news! Dead bats are in your salad on these Real American Headlines.

Eddie digs into the recent Rock Hall of Fame induction ceremony and performances and shares some smokin’ bootlegs from the show. Also in the mix, Eddie shares Gene Simmons’s tearful eulogy to Chuck Berry.

After the turn around, Eddie plays “Don’t Call Us, We’ll Call You” for real live coup cash and manages to save hundreds of dollars. Find out what happens when Korn hires a 12-year old to go out on tour and when false allegations are made against Metallica

Find out the weird things that people tweet at rock icon, David Crosby in “David Crosby Tweets”. Get inside the mind and smart device of a rock legend.

Eddie gives himself a buzzer when he tries to “Guess The Rolling Stone Review” with Baltimore musicians, Future Islands. Eddie visits some classic islands with his rendition of the Carpenters “Close to You”.

The lines get crossed when Eddie reaches out to Savage Henry Publisher, Chris Durant for an impromptu catch up interview. Listen to Eddie when he rides the edge of his seat.

Apologies and more on this classic “roaming” edition of the Coup!

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