Randy relays a firsthand account about the myth of a murder recorded on an Ohio Players hit song, and Jon looks at whether Robert Johnson actually sold his soul to the devil.
Randy talks about the time John Fogerty got sued for sounding too much like himself, and Jon queries whether Elvis actually was a narc.
Randy talks about the supposed hex on Buddy Holly, Jon tells a short story about an encounter between Ted Nugent and Eddie Van Halen, and guest Jason Burton recounts The Purple One's visit to Evansville.
Randy discusses Lady Gaga's army of assistants and artists, and Jon talks about an almost career-ending loss of digits.
Randy and Jon tell the story of two legendary MacGyver'd pieces of equipment essential to the tone of Queen's guitarist, Brian May.
Randy tells the tale of the Piano Man sneaking in as a roadie for Jimi Hendrix, and Jon tells the story of Axl Rose stealing his drummer's girlfriend for "art."
Did Pitbull's stage name really come from his love of dogfighting? And was Alanis Morissette's hit "You Oughta Know" really about Full House actor/comedian Dave Coulier?
Randy regales us with Sinatra stories, and Jon discusses The Knack's ode to jailbait.
Randy tells the tale of T.I. saving Scott Stapp, Jon asks whose shot was a nice one, and guest Ali Buckets talks about the Kendrick Lamar follow-up album that never surfaced.