Iconic Disc Jockey, Eddie Winters rounds up his radio cloak and sets sail for adventure on another exciting episode of the coup! This week, Eddie brings you the latest in rock and roll news with “This Day in Rock”.
Eddie puts his telekinesis to the test when Number One fan dials the program and shares the latest on his new coup pet “Loosey Goosey”. The challenge is set when Eddie takes a quick but deep dive into what really is wrong with America with “Real American Headlines”. Don’t get caught out in the rain with what America thinks is really important.
After the break, Eddie returns to chat with Grammy Award winning musician and founding member of Hootie and The Blowfish: Mark Bryan
Mark and Eddie talk about Mark’s history as musician, forming Hootie & The Blowfish and the band’s immediate success. Learn interesting insights about Hootie and The Blowfish, their charity work and Mark’s teachings as a college professor of the Music Industry. This is one exciting interview you do not want to miss.
Later, Eddie chats with legendary sports analyst, Barry “The Stallion” Streib about the Orioles tight hold on the number one position in the American League East. Great GoogaMooga!
A surprise call from co-producer, Ian Corey shakes things up when Eddie hears the results of last weeks “I’ll write it and you do it live”. Hear Eddie’s pipes in action and find out why Mr. Winters was forced to go underground.
“Don’t Call Us, We’ll Call You” is the name of the game when Eddie chats with Atlanta Bad Boy drummer, Pietro DiGennaro. Eddie and Pietro reminisce about Pietro’s problems with love and also discuss Pietro’s career as a rock and roll drummer. Hold on tight because there are a lot of laughs coming your way.
Number One is twice as nice when he dials Eddie once more for a smoking train wreck rendition of “A Little Help From My Friends”. Eddie gets the help he needs on the Apologies and brings the show to an exciting close.
If you are looking for a thrill ride miata of an episode, look no further!