Iconic Disc Jockey, Eddie Winters gets all gussied up for another super hot episode of the Coup! This week, Eddie brings you cloak soaked edition of “This Day in Rock” that will leave you with enough trivia to get through a tough work situation.
The telephones are a barkin’ when Number One Fan dials the program and shares some weekend adventures that includes his radio pup “Lucy Goosey”. You’ll be giving your friends a paw when you hear this crazy call!
Things get kicked into high gear when Eddie brings Jetboy guitarist and Rock N Roll Relics founder, Billy Rowe to the program. Together, Billy and Eddie chat about Jetboy’s early days in Los Angeles, getting signed by Elektra and the initial excitement surround the band.
Billy opens up on sex, drugs, and rock ‘n roll biographies and also shares exclusive new details about Jetboy that you will only hear on The Rock N’ Roll Coupdetat!
The tables turn when Eddie and Billy talk about Rock ‘N Roll Relics, Billy Rowe’s guitar company. Billy explains his transition into starting the business and his approach to making instruments that are quickly becoming sought after by some of the world’s greatest musicians. Don’t miss this fantastic interview!
After the turnaround, Eddie plays a quick and dirty game of “Don’t Call Us” and has fantasies of buying John Bonham’s old Model T. The Bees start buzzing when Ian Corey dials the program with the latest on his home hives. You’ll be calling us “honey” when Eddie and Ian play their new favorite game “Shoo be do wop di do”
Kick up your feet with some classic “David Crosby Tweets” and grab your hankey for the apologies and for a last second request from Number One!
Don’t miss this classic episode of the coup!