My dear pal and mentor, Eddie Winters, has asked me to be apart of one of his greatest disk jockeying achievements to date; The 25-hour Podcast. Eddie has agreed to stay holed up in the Mutiny Radio studios in San Francisco broadcasting live for a whole straight non-stop 25 hours. It should be amazing. I am just a little worried that this 25 hour podcast event will not be the last thing my aging friend ever does…but if so, it was worth it because it was all for charity.
I am excited because this should be a fun show which will include some of Eddie’s greatest guests returning to the show. Also, because it is going to be at the Mutiny Radio studios you can expect there to be live comedy shows, #1 fan contests, Skeeball lessons by Joey The Cat, Interviews, call-ins, give-a-ways and a whole lot more. I even hear there is going to be a contest to see who can call in from the farthest away place. That should be totally exciting. I am looking forward to it. Check out the poster and if you are reading this, be apart of the action and call that damn number…415-550-0511
Jason Dove steps back into the frotcast
I returned to the Frotcast for 2 fun and exciting shows to discuss all kinds of craziness. My 2nd appearance was back in January of 2013. I did a little recap of the JFK 49th Anniversary event that was held at the Roxie and then the conversation got deep into the Lizard People conspiracy. Major laughs all around! Have a listen to January’s show:
Last week I returned to the frotcast for another dose of what I do best (?) and we discussed all sorts of crazy things from rock and roll stories, video games and of course more conspiracy related material. I would go into more detail about the conspiracy things but I don’t want to have my name added to more lists. Have a listen and see what I mean:
Jason Dove along with Eddie Winters will be hosting a wonderful and historic event at the Roxie Theatre in San Francisco on 11/22/12 (Thanksgiving Day) to commemorate the 49th Anniversary of the JFK Assassination. Many wonderful guests will be appearing on stage to discuss the events of the assassination including Judyth Vary Baker (Lee Harvey Oswald’s girlfriend), Saint John Hunt (infamous CIA operative E.Howard Hunt’s oldest son) and James Fetzer (Expert and scholar who has spoken on the JFK assassination at Harvard, Yale and Cambridge).
Here is the basic run down of events:
November 22nd, 2012 marks the 49th Anniversary of the Assassination of John F. Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States of America. John F. Kennedy’s assassination has proven to be one of the most pivotal moments in our nation’s history. Since that day back in 1963, the events surrounding the assassination have been fueled with both controversy and speculation as to what really happened. The Roxie Theatre will be honoring John F. Kennedy on November 22nd (Thanksgiving) by screening Oliver Stone’s 1991 film JFK. In addition to the film screening, several highly regarded experts on the Kennedy Assassination have agreed to take part in a discussion of the events surrounding the assassination. This is a rare and unique opportunity to gain great insight into the Kennedy Assassination and how it has shaped the world we live in.
Judyth Vary Baker – Judyth Vary Baker was Lee Harvey Oswald’s girlfriend at the time of the Kennedy Assasination. During their 5-month relationship Judyth was introduced to key players in Lee Harvey Oswald’s world, all of whom would ultimately present themselves to be involved in the assassination in one way or another. In 1991, Judyth finally broke her years-long silence on her relationship with Oswald, divulging intimate details about David Ferrie, Jack Ruby and Guy Bannister (all of whom are depicted in Oliver Stone’s JFK). Judyth’s story was featured in Nigel Turner’s comprehensive 8-part documentary,The Men Who Killed Kennedy. In 2011, Judyth published her story in a book titled:Me and Lee: How I came to know, love and lose Lee Harvey Oswald. Due to threats made on her life, Judyth presently lives in Europe. Her appearance at the Roxie theater will be a rare and wonderful occasion to hear her accounts first-hand. Judyth will also be signing copies of her book at this event.
Saint John Hunt – Saint John Hunt is the eldest son of “super-spy” E. Howard Hunt, a 27-year career C.I.A. covert agent and Foreign Station Chief, most well-known as the Leader/Director of the White House “plumbers” black bag team, whose botched burglary & arrest led to the impeachment & resignation of then President Richard Nixon. He is considered by many investigators to be one of the 3 “tramps” intercepted, detained, photographed and released without arrest or charges near the grassy knoll at the Dealey Plaza scene of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Even more significant, Hunt had direct knowledge of the planning, particulars, participants and motives in the J.F.K assassination and has confided and entrusted this information and documentation to his son Saint John. Saint John has recently appeared on Jesse Ventura’s showConspiracy Theory and has also published a book titled Bond of Secrecy detailing his father’s life within the CIA.
James H. Fetzer – Jim Fetzer is A former Marine Corps officer who served at the same Recruit Depot and Rifle Range where Lee Oswald took his training, has become one of the leading authorities on the death of JFK in the world today. He has published three collections of studies by experts–ASSASSINATION SCIENCE (1998), MURDER IN DEALEY PLAZA (2000), and THE GREAT ZAPRUDER FILM HOAX (2003)–which the foremost proponent of the theory that “Oswald did it!”, Vincent Bugliosi, has described as “the only exclusively scientific books ever published on the assassination”. He is the only scholar who has given lectures on the conspiracy behind JFK’s death at Cambridge, Harvard and Yale.
Paul Kangas – Paul Kangas is a USN veteran of the Cuban Missile Crisis and in 1962 served Under Commanding Officer, George H.W. Bush of the CIA. In April of 2011, Paul marched as the only American soldier in Cuba in the million man march honoring the 50th anniversary of The Cuban victory at the Bay of Pigs. Paul Kangas and John Hankey will be discussing George H.W. Bush, The Cuban 5 and their involvement in the Assassination.
Kris Millegan – Kris Millegan is a writer, researcher and publisher who’s father was in the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), Military Intelligence G2, and the CIA. Kris’s 30 year research has made him an expert on such subjects as CIA drugs, Clandestine Operations, and Secret Societies. His work has lead to the release of several books on these topics. Kris also is the book publisher for Trine Day books which has published a wide array of books on such topics as the CIA, The Kennedy Assassination, 9/11, Secret Societies and more. Kris has also been featured on Fox News and Alex Jones’s Infowars.
4:00PM Doors Open
4:50PM Dr. Paul Kangas
5:15PM Kris Millegan
5:25PM Screening of Oliver Stone’s JFK
8:30PM James H. Fetzer, Ph.D.
9:00PM Saint John Hunt
9:30PM Judyth Vary Baker
10:30PM Questions and Answers
I got to sit down with the boys from filmdrunk.com’s weekly podcast (or as they call it “frotcast”) to discuss a wide variety of things from math rock, world records in video games, crazy celebrity stories, Billy Mitchell, my arcade and more.
I recently had the pleasure of Interviewing Colin Blunstone, lead singer of the 60’s rock group, The Zombies on Mutiny Radio. I got to step in for legendary radio host, Eddie Winters, to discuss with Colin his 50 year career in rock and roll as lead singer for one of the most influential bands of the 1960’s. Colin and I discussed everything from The Zombies’ new record Breathe Out, Breathe In, touring, recording, Colin’s solo work and much, much more. Listen to this fantastic hour long interview with one of Rock and Roll’s most important and iconic musicians, Colin Blunstone.
Listen to the interview: Colin Blunstone Interview from 08/31/11.
Episode 49 (Part 1) – Eddie and Alex are joined an old friend (an intern) from Eddie’s past, Ian Corey. The boys catch up on each other’s lives as Jane Wiedlin from the Go Go’s comes to the Mutiny Cafe with a film crew to shoot scenes from her new movie. The boys get in to some hot riffs, wise cracks and more. David Crosby jokes are in full swing in this fantastic installment of the CoupDetat!
Episode 49 (Part 2) – Eddie and Alex continue their deep discussion with Eddie’s old friend and intern, Ian Corey. The boys discuss everything from current events, Mike Post, Herman Cain, Michael Jackson, Heavy D, sad songs and also the movie being shot out in the Mutiny Cafe. Jane Wiedlin from the Go Go’s makes a special appearance in the Mutiny Cafe as part of the film crew. Listen for a little bonus CoupD’etat at the end of the podcast!
Episode 48 (Part 2) – THE LOST EPISODE: Continuing with the “Lost Episode” vibe, Eddie and Alex talk with barista and part-time Olive Garden employee, Luke. The boys discuss the plague on society that is Guy Fieri. More updates on the Robbie Goodwin hate train on youtube. Eddie and Alex are close to death but the jams keep them out of the grave. This is one “Lost Episode” you don’t want to lose.
Episode 47 (Part 1) – Eddie stumbles into the studio feeling a little under and over the weather. It only takes Eddie 14 minutes to realize that he was talking into the wrong side of the Mic. Alex loses his mind and Eddie tries to put him at ease by discussing the Occupy movement and playing some soft hits. Eddie announces The Rock and Roll Coup D’état’s new sponsor, @PacoCollars!! The bootlegs get deep while the boys count sheep.
Episode 47 (Part 2) – Eddie and Alex prepare themselves for a special visit by the almost fictitious comedian, Kaseem Bentley. The boys discuss further developments in the Robbie Goodwin hate campaign on Youtube surrounding his comedy bit on Ron Paul. Eddie gets deep into the psychology of Tic Tac Dough digs even deeper into the theme music. Music, Jokes and fun are all you can expect.
Episode 46 (Part 1) – Eddie stumbles back into the studio for another crazy episode of the Coup! Eddie’s computer is back on the fritz so the boys discuss the Treasure Island Music Festival, they dig deep into their fleeting sponsorship with Panera Bread and also get really deep into Olive Garden’s youtube page?!? The boys bring in the local Barista, Luke, to discuss Olive Garden’s inner workings. Afterwards the bootleg breakfast gets served. Tasty treats straight from the street!
Episode 46 (Part 2) – Eddie and Alex finish out another bootleg breakfast and then dive deep into a flurry of infomercials from the 90’s. Alex introduces Eddie to the all cop band “Hot Pursuit”. Alex goes on a soul searching adventure and Eddie plays some classic jams from the 50’s and 60’s. The boys do a late news session which only gets Alex angry. Find out what happens next!
Episode 45 (Part 1) – Eddie and Alex find themselves somewhere between misery and oof with another episode of the Coup! The boys discuss technology, Steve Jobs, Occupy Wallstreet, Hot tracks, Teddy Winters, and aging. Eddie takes some calls and digs deep into Ryguy’s dusty sack of bootlegs. Things get crazy and no one’s getting lazy. Haunted headphones never sounded sweeter.
Episode 45 (Part 2) – Eddie and Alex wrap up yet another fine bootleg breakfast then launch directly into more Robbie Goodwin An Immature Zionist comments. Eddie and Alex also dive deep into what youtube has to offer by way of child prodigies. Eddie dives back into the JFK case discussing Joseph Milteer’s involvement in the Kennedy assassination. Classic grooves are put on display. Another fine mess.
Episode 44 (Part 1) – Eddie and Alex are back for another round of their favorite program. This week Eddie and Alex welcome rising celebrity and comic Amy Schumer to the program for a conversation about all things Schumer (Last Comic Standing, Charlie Sheen Roast etc..) The boys make test out the new sound board then make laughs and ride rafts. Podcast history is made.
Episode 44 (Part 2) – Eddie and Alex finish up the bootleg breakfast. The boys revisit Robbie Goodwin’s Ron Paul comedy video and discuss the hell storm of negative comments. Eddie plays some sweet jams and then the terror alert is raised when the boys discuss the genius work of San Francisco based band Train. More songs and apologies. Classic Coup!
Episode 43 (Part 1) – Eddie and Alex return to the studio only to find that everything is falling apart. Eddie discusses his trip out east and Alex gets mad as he sheds light on the protests in NYC called the “Occupy Wall St.” Movement. The boys play some timely grooves and wonder what direction our country is moving in. The weirdest and most important episode in weeks. Let’s get real.
Episode 43 (Part 2) – Eddie and Alex take calls, finish the bootleg breakfast, listen to sweet and sultry grooves, discuss “this day in Rock and Roll History” which leads to an in-depth terror alert worthy discussion on the band Nickelback. Eddie and Alex also do a character profile on actor, Bronson Pinchot. Things only get weirder. Total shenanigans!
Episode 42 (Part 1) – Eddie and Alex get back into the studio for a very special edition of the Coup. The boy’s stampede through the news, play some rare and sweet grooves and gear up for the up coming interview with Comedy legend, Dom Irrera. Insults are made and bills are made. Check this S.O.B out!!
Episode 42 (Part 2) – Eddie and Alex welcome comedy legend, Dom Irrera, to the program. The guys discuss Dom’s amazing career, showbiz and his upcoming appearance at the San Francisco Punchline. Later, the boys play some bootlegs and smooth grooves and Howard Stone drops by the studio for a rare appearance. A show of legendary proportions.
Episode 41 (Part 1) – Eddie sneaks back into the studio and stretches his legs with some sentimental songs. Alex joins in on the fun with some current events (which always lead back to 9/11?). Eddie gets a much needed phone call from his hired Private Investigator on the death of co-host Ryguy. If Ryguy is dead than light must be shed! Songs are played and history is made!
Episode 41 (Part 2) – Eddie and Alex welcome comedian/amateur Zionist, Robbie Goodwin to the show. Robbie discusses the reactions to his comedy video on Ron Paul which has been going viral as the 2012 presidential election looms closer. Afterward, Eddie and Alex blow the lid off a music set with some crazy 80’s music and facts. Lives get lived on the Coup! Join us.
Episode 40 (Part 1) – Eddie and Alex get cooking with this episode of the Coup D’état with eye opening revelations on Ryguy’s death, the news and more. Eddie gets in a sentimental mood and plays some sentimental jams from the 60’s and 70’s. The boys raise the terror alert when discussing this new 9/11 commemorative commercial. Bootlegs are served with a side of grits. Eddie gets back on top!
Episode 40 (Part 2) – Eddie and Alex have to be quick on their toes when the internet goes out in the studio. The boys are forced to improvise in the studio. Alex gets egg on his face when Power Station cuts off mid song! Eddie plays a lot of great music and Ricky Luna drops by the studio to talk about turning tricks and comedy! What is going on?!
Episode 39 (Part 1) – This week Eddie finds himself driving back to the Police Department to answer more questions about the death of co-host Ryguy. Jason Dove steps in to deliver a very special episode celebrating the music of Colin Blunstone and the Zombies. Jason and Alex Q. Huffman read some news and dig deep into the Zombies catalog gearing up for the interview with Colin Blunstone.
Episode 39 (Part 2) – Jason Dove steps in for Eddie Winters and interviews rock and roll legend, Colin Blunstone of the 60’s rock group, The Zombies! Jason and Colin discuss The Zombies 50 year history, Odessey and Oracle, Colin’s solo work, touring, making records, and much more. Listen to this legendary interview with a real rock and roll icon!
Episode 38 (Part 1) – Eddie and Alex Q. Huffman kick things off with a very tremendous installment of the Coup D’état. The boys discuss the news, the previous weekend, pills, partying and miatas. The bootleg breakfast gets served with a side of Irish coffee and the boys bring on filmdrunk.com star, Vince Mancini. All in a day’s work…
Episode 38 (Part 2) – Eddie and Alex Q. Huffman welcome writer and comedian, Vince Mancini from the movie blog filmdrunk.com to the program. They discuss a wide range of subjects ranging from the internet, movies, snark, conan, tron, music, Ryguy, shamans and more. Calls are taken, apologies are made and the internet is forced to get a lot deeper. Eddie to the rescue once again.
Episode 37 (Part 1) – Eddie gets locked out of the studio and gets to a late start (skip ahead 10 mins). Eddie and Alex discuss their weekend, the news and stupid Bristol Palin. Peirs Morgan also brings Eddie to the brink of self-destruction and the only thing that can bring Eddie back is bootlegs from Ryguy’s sack. Treason is the reason for the season!
Episode 37 (Part 2) – Eddie and Alex discuss haunted headphones, building seven, Donny Rumsfeld, sheep, Bob Dylan, and lady gaga. The terror alert is raised. Eddie drops the “F” bomb numerous times in response to the state of nation. Eddie talks Gilligan’s island to take his mind off of reality. Songs and madness every week!
Episode 36 (Part 1) – Eddie and Alex bring a class “A” show when they discuss this week’s events. Eddie discusses revelations made by Jackie Kennedy about her husband’s death. Eddie does a very special raising of the terror alert level which features the terrorist sounds of Limp Bizkit. Throat toast is made and bootlegs get played.
Episode 36 (Part 2) – Eddie and Alex Huffman wrap up the bootleg breakfast, Eddie tries to take his medicine but can’t remember where he placed it. Old classic grooves get played. Science gets discussed and Eddie and Alex get confused. Theme songs, Weekend at Bin Laden’s, and Apologies are abound. Get loose!
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I recently got to substitute DJ again for Eddie Winters on Eddie’s Rock and Roll Coup d’état radio show on Pirate Cat Radio. Eddie did a fine interview with Hans Chew, a musician from Tennessee who recently released an album called Tennessee and other Stories and will be touring Europe in March of 2011. Eddie got right down to the bottom of it with Hans about his shows and the rock and roll lifestyle. They spoke about some of the stories that Hans refers to in the title of his new album. Eddie finishes his interview and the show (?) and plays a bootleg from a recent Hans Chew show.
Then things get crazy when Ryan, Eddie’s co-host, called me and asked me to fill in again for Eddie Winters. I was pretty busy but I’d drop everything to help out a guy like Ryan. He called me and I rushed over to Pirate Cat Radio to help out the rest of the show. We played old and crazy songs from the 60’s and 70’s and I got to cue up the new Mark Lane movie trailer which Ryan had never seen (or heard) before. Things got a little out of hand when we did an audio montage that featured the Scorpions and an old episode of The Wonder Years. All this in preparation for another chat with SF Private Investigator, Paul Kangas. Paul returned to the show and we got to discuss the current economic situation in our country and what the job of President really means. We also talked about events that lead up to the present decline of the economy and what we, as a nation, can learn from the events going on in Egypt.
Eddie Winter’s Facebook Page: Eddie Winters
Recently, I had the chance to be a substitute DJ at Pirate Cat Radio. I was subbing for Eddie Winters who allegedly had a Chiropractic emergency and had to leave the show early.You can listen to Eddie’s Co-host, Ry-Guy, and myself interview Paul Kangas for the show The Rock and Roll Coup d’état .We discuss his involvement in the bay of pigs invasion of Cuba in 1961, the Bush Sr. connection to the assassination of JFK, and his work as a private investigator trying to bring indictments for the conspiracy of killing of John F. Kennedy. Wild.
Listen to the interview: Paul Kangas
Listen to the 2 hour podcast: Coup d’état
Through out my life I have always had this one story I would tell about my first concert. It’s a funny story because I was in 7th grade and I had heard that Aerosmith was going to be coming to town. In those days (and I am sure even now) not many national acts such as Aerosmith really came through Savannah, GA. I mean, why would you? Atlanta, GA and Jacksonville, Florida were the two larger cities north and south of Savannah and usually they got all of the great touring acts. Only on occasion would big rock groups come through town so in the event that one did, everyone in town would go. Or at least if felt that way.
So, at some point the announcement was made that Aerosmith would be playing the Savannah Civic Center as apart of the “Pump” tour. I was 13 years old and my voice had just recently changed to a lower register. I just taken up playing the guitar only a year earlier and I had really wanted to experience rock and roll in it’s purest form–the live performance. I had friends at school who were a little older than I who would tell me when a rock show would come through town. Mostly, the only bands that would come through town were hair metal bands like Poison, Cinderella, Motley Crue and bands like that. Looking back, I am sure it would have been really neat to have seen these bands now. Unfortunately, at the time I just was not into that sort of music scene. I was a weird kid and things like hairspray, spandex pants, and things covered in leopard strips just never really appealed to me. Anyhow, when the chatter at the school lunch table shifted towards this upcoming Aerosmith concert my ears perked up and my brain started thinking. I had decided that this was the show I wanted to go see. I had never been to any real concert and well Aerosmith seemed like a safe bet.
I remember coming home that day and seeing my Mother and my sister talking in the kitchen. I knew it was going to be a long shot but I thought I would come right out with it. As my mom asked me about my day at school all I could think about was this concert and how I really needed to go. I finally got up enough courage to ask my mom if I could go to the Aerosmith show and with out even batting an eye her reply was “No”. My mother was famous around the house for saying “No”. 9 times out of 10 if I wanted to do something which required asking permission I would get the obligatory “No” from my mom. She was protective and she did not want anything to happen to her young cub-like son. Besides bands like Aerosmith and Led Zeppelin were, by my mother’s generation, considered “Heavy Metal” and everyone knows that people who like Heavy Metal worship Satan, smoke lots of marijuana and play records backwards.
As luck would have it, my sister chimed into the conversation. I think she may have been feeling sympathetic towards me. Maybe she remembered that time back in 1986 when I was in 4th grade and the Monkees had come into town (Baltimore, MD) and I really wanted to go but was told “No” while my sister was allowed to go with her friends. Needless to say, my sister offered to take me and act as a chaperon to help shield me from all of the pot smoke and razor blades that you’d expect to see at a rock concert. With my sister on my side we were able to over turn my mother’s ruling of “No” and so on May 9th, 1990 I was going to go see Aerosmith.
My memories of the concert were of sheer excitement. I can’t remember if the show was a sell out or not but it seemed like all out hysteria. There were people everywhere and I watched the arena floor fill up with people. I remember looking all around the arena and just seeing mobs and mobs of people. I was excited without a doubt. I remember the opening act that night was none other than Joan Jett. As she came out on stage the crowd went absolutely crazy. Our seats were way up on the 2nd Tier of seats and she look sort of small but sure enough it was really her. I remember thinking about how I saw that Michael J. Fox movie that Joan Jett was in called “The Light of Day” and thinking to myself, “Wow, that’s really her.”. Joan Jett certainly played all of her hits that night and song after song you could just watch the entertainment starved crowd getting more rowdy and more bonkers. At one point kids were throwing around plastic bottles and Joan Jett had to stop the show and yell at the audience to stop throwing stuff. It was amazing. I had never been to a concert let alone ever expected some one to stop and start yelling at the audience. My mind was in the process of being blown.
After Joan Jett finished up, Aerosmith took the stage. Their stage set up for the Pump Tour was made to look like they were performing on the top of some old city building/hotel complete with a skyline and smoking chimneys and the name of whatever city they were playing in behind them. The band came out and began playing and it looked just like every Aerosmith video I had ever seen. I mean down to the gypsy-like Stevie Nicks scarf that Steven Tyler had around the mic stand to the rest of the band and their long flowing locks. They played a bunch of their more modern hits like “Dude looks like a lady” and the recently released “Love in an Elevator” which made the crowd absolutely go mad. The one thing that really just destroyed my mind happened during one of Aerosmith’s most famous and beloved songs, “Sweet Emotion”.
I will never forget this as long as I live. As the band was performing this song the crowd was just getting more and more frenzied. It was like a volcano about to erupt. I remember looking down at the crowd just at the right moment when I saw a kid on the arena floor hurl, with all of his might, a tennis shoe towards the stage. It seemed to fly in slow motion, end over end, closer and closer to the stage. I looked in utter disbelief as this black Converse all-star flew through the air and with some distinct force struck drummer, Joey Kramer, square in the face. I was stunned as I watched the rest of the band continue for a few seconds before they realized that their drummer was no longer playing the song. Everyone in the band rushed towards the drum riser to aid of the fallen drummer and after only a few seconds Joey Kramer gave the “I’m O.K.” look and immediately just started back into the song catching the rest of the band off guard. It blew me away. The funniest thing about this moment was Aerosmith and/or Steven Tyler never once addressed the issue. They never said a thing. They finished up the song/jam that went on for another 8 or so minutes. The crowd went crazy and the band never mentioned the incident. Absolutely stunning. I am not sure if the members of Aerosmith remember that incident. It’s possible they don’t because just looking at the way they handled it made me think that this kind of thing must happen every night for them.
As a treat, I am going to post the excerpt from this very concert and song. If you listen close you can hear Joe Perry say, “What happened to him?” after the band stops. God bless the internet for allowing me to find this.
Radio personality and broadcast legend, Eddie Winters, has recently been broadcasting live from the Mission in San Francisco at Pirate Cat Radio. Eddie has had a career that has spanned over 30 years in the Radio Industry. Winters got his start in NY in the mid 1960’s as intern to the now defunct WCNY broadcasting out of Queens, NY. This where Winters got his chops in the radio business. His stint at WCNY led to his now legendary morning show “The Morning Eddie” on KLX in Los Angeles. Eddie Winters has made quite a name for himself as a radio personality with his vast knowledge of both Rock and Roll as well as his ability to connect with audiences around the world.
I was proud to have Eddie Winters do some voice over work on the last episode of the Jason Dove Diaries Season Two. He has been a major inspiration to me growing up. Now that I have discovered Eddie’s show The Rock and Roll Coup d’etat on Pirate Cat Radio I am excited to be able to listen to one of my heroes again.
Here are two clips that really knocked me out:
1. Eddie Winters meets Sweet Gail. jasondove.com/eddiewinters/gail.mp3
2. Eddie Winters tries to give away some tickets. jasondove.com/eddiewinters/ticketgiveaway.mp3
Hope you enjoy.