Legendary Disc Jockey fires up the Barbecue and gets the Tiki drinks lined up for another thrilling “Memorial Day” edition of the Coup!
Eddie gets his Miata on three wheels and kicks open the program while paying homage to Gregg Allman of the Allman Brothers. The memorial day gets even more memorializing when Eddie does “This Day In Rock”. Get intimate details on the secret meaning behind the Rolling Stone’s “Brown Sugar” when you are least expecting it.
Things get haywire when Thomas Claxton dials the program from the road (19:01). This week, Thomas and April Henry find themselves in New York City anticipating some upcoming gigs and video work while on Tour. April joins the program and catches Eddie up on all of the wild times playing in Baltimore and Philly. Find out how much moss is on Eddie’s back on this exciting catch up from Thomas and April.
After the smooth turnaround, Eddie gets a call from Number One Fan. Mike Fink (48:45). Mike catches Eddie up on his holiday choirs and shares some secrets about his new best friend “Lucy Goosey”. You might want to head over to pet smart because this phone call is a treat!
David Crosby Tweets are shared and Ian Corey dials the program (1:06:30) to check in with his old man, Eddie Winters. Ian and Eddie do a coup first by sticking a live cell phone into a bee hive. Watch out baby, because your gonna get stung!
Put on your shark skin suit and go Hollywood for Eddie’s next guest, Chris Duncan (1:22:00). Chris exhales some indica and shares some fascinating tales from his BMX past, meeting celebrities at Wholefoods and pulling off the master plan with Hoopty Bikes!
Eddie gets wild one last time (1:46:42) when he simultaneously chats with Pietro DiGennaro (Atlanta Bad Boy Drummer) and together they swap apologies.
This is one action packed show that will leave your minutes rolling over, baby!