Episode 149 – Would You Fight For My Love: CopperSound Edition

We knew that you wanted more, but would you fight for…another edition of the great Jack White song debate known only as: Would You Fight For My Love? Well Alex Guaraldi and Jordan Collins from Coppersound Pedals sure would, because our Triplegraph friends are back to play this epic Third Men Podcast game not seen since episode 15 of the show waaaaay back in season one! Each contestant in this bluesy battle royale must pick two of their least favorite Jack White tunes, and it’s up to the opposing team to mount a defense – if our players can get their opponents to reconsider the song at hand, then points are won and champions will inevitably be crowned. Can James convince Jordan that Ezmerelda must indeed steal the show? Can Alex come up with a collectors item to distract Paul into giving him a higher score? Will Jordan have the stamina to collect every single little acorn he can find? And will Paul find the financing for his one-man-play recounting the true (and insane) story of one “Stagg” Lee Shelton and his fight for riverboat pimp supremacy? One thing is for sure – we all had a super fun time playing! And we hope you all have a fun time listening. Enjoy!

Available on:

Acast: https://shows.acast.com/5add08bb42c6787759cf4c2a/episodes/would-you-fight-for-my-love-coppersound-edition

Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-third-men-podcast/id1162004507

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1fTsRlLtkXjMRurIdq9E4u

Donate: https://www.patreon.com/ThirdMenPodcast

More from CopperSound Pedals: https://coppersoundpedals.com/

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