Legendary disc jockey, Eddie Winters and Co-host Bodhi Lane are back in the radio cave for another action packed episode of Coup!
This week, Eddie and Bodhi test their knowledge of classic rock historical facts with “This day in Rock”. Find out how the Beatles felt about marijuana and transcendental meditation on this day in rock and roll history.
The only lines Eddie is doing are “Real American Headlines”! Learn how America handles mainstream information and packages it as news…only on the coup!
Lookout…when Number One Fan, Mike Fink dials the program to bid Bodhi a “hello” he won’t forget. Take your bets now on if Number One gives us a number two phone call!
Things get more wild when Atlanta bad boy drummer, Pietro DiGennaro calls the program with dieting tips for any aspiring vegetarians. Find out how strong Pietro’s constitution is when he attempts to eat 3 McDonalds Filet-O-Fish sandwiches on his lunch break!
The phone lines don’t get a chance to cool off when Co-producer, Ian Corey dials the program. Hear the latest on Ian’s bee hives and bug out locations. Things get lively when Eddie and Ian play “You write it and we’ll do it live” and Eddie delivers some classic throat work you won’t want forget!
Great googa-mooga! The Stallion, Barry Streib is back in action with a hopeful message about the Baltimore Ravens and the Tampa Bay Rays. Stallion also gives his forecast for The Baltimore Ravens and their upcoming road to the promised land! Bingo!
The excitement doesn’t stop when Eddie and Bodhi play “Guess the Rolling Stone Review” and Bodhi avoids the buzzer! Hold on to your jitter bug when the boys get into “David Crosby Tweets”. Get inside the heart, mind and wireless device of legendary singer-songwriter, David Crosby!
Don’t watch the clock because Eddie and Bodhi serve up a last minute edition of the Apologies while checking in with Singer and Songwriter duo, Thomas Claxton and April Henry. The gang has an intercontinental conference call which gives spoilers for next week’s program!
If you are looking for classic throat work by a legendary disc jockey, look no more.