Episode 303 – 03.19.18 – Mr. Jimmy Sakurai Interview and more…

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Famed disc jockey, Eddie Winters is back with a high octane episode of The Rock and Roll Coup Dètat! In this episode, Eddie kicks off the program digging deep into rock history with “This Day in Rock”.

Put on your thinking cap as Eddie digs up some real facts on “Real American Headlines” Fox News edition. Don’t get confused by those other news stations because we got the real news right here.

Faster than you can say “Sinkhole”, Number One Fan, Mike Fink dials the program to talk about his smokin’ hot trip to SXSW, Volcanoes in Oakland and a neighborhood watch program of a very different kind.

The phone lines get a workout when Co-producer, Ian Corey dials the program and shares about his weekend working and listening to the coup, robbing a mother of her babies and a whole lot more. Get goosey!

Later, Eddie chats about a recent Neil Young interview where he defends his relationship with Daryl Hannah and a new film that the couple produced for NetFlix.

After the turnaround, Eddie welcomes virtuoso guitarist Jimmy Sakurai to the program for an exclusive interview! Jimmy Sakurai has devoted his life to mastering the stage work of Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin. He recently toured with Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Experience and will be performing in Tarzana, CA on March 30th at Petie’s Place with his band, Mr. Jimmy, featuring Frankie Banali of Quiet Riot on drums.

Listen to this exclusive interview on intimate details on how Jimmy began channeling the work of Jimmy Page, playing with Jason Bonham and more…

Rounding out the program, Eddie reaches out to Pietro DiGennaro, Atlanta’s original bad boy drummer. Pietro shares intimate details of his day and talks breifly about his music career before being cut short.

The final stages of the program feature David Crosby Tweets, The Apologies and a classic game of Shoobidee Doobidee Do…with our old pal Ian Corey!

This is one episode for the record books, baby!

24 episodes available. A new episode about every 17 days averaging 106 mins duration .