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Mulligan Stew June 30th 2018- June Babies and dueling banjos!

We have a Birthday thing going on this week. Its Canada’s Birthday on Sunday It’s my Birthday on Saturday Eric Ludwig, the donor for the first hour also had a birthday June 13th..and he suggested we dig up some “June Babies” We got birthdays this month with The Clash The Stones Ray Davies (Kinks) Derek Trucks Eddie Floyd Boz Scaggs Howling Wolf Four Top and Supremes Paul McCartney Chris Isaac Curtis Mayfield Hour Two’s Donor asked for some “contemporary Banjo” …

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Ep 15 | Rhiannon Giddens Podcast

Jun 22, 2018 Recorded live at the Edmonton Folk Music Festival, Rhiannon Giddens talks to Terry David Mulligan about stepping into the spotlight as a solo artist, the influence T-Bone Burnett has had on her career, her latest record ‘Freedom Highway’ and her thoughts on the recent sea change in American politics.

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Mulligan Stew June 23rd 2018- Steve Winwood and Much more!

Please consider checking out the Mulligan Stew Podcast (music.film.food.wine) This week it’s a backstage interview with Rhiannon Giddens..  onward   How best to celebrate the Summer Solstice? Eat. Drink. Sleep. or None-of-the-above.   What we have on Saturday’s Mulligan Stew is the soundtrack to None-of-the-Above.  It’s our specialty   We start with a suggestion from one of our donors Bruce McFarlane..who wanted to hear Bob Dylan’s  (I’ll be)Your Baby Tonight by The Co-Dependants. Billy Cowsill sings it like he wrote …

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Ep 14 | Robbie Robertson Podcast

Jun 16, 2018 This week on the Mulligan Stew podcast, Terry’s featured guest is the legendary Robbie Robertson. The musician, songwriter, producer and actor talks to TDM about his new autobiography Testimony. Robbie shares details on the genesis of some of The Band’s best-known songs, the “cinematic experience” he aimed to create with the book, his reflections on working with Bob Dylan, and more.

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Mulligan Stew June 16th 2018- No Interviews. No specials. No Features.Just Music!

No Interviews.  No specials.  No Features.Just two solid hours of Saturday night/Fathers Day Weekend tunes. For example Hour One  Mavis Staples Lee Ann Womack Bob Dylan New Lake Street Dive Colin James (live) Dire Straits Blue rodeo Peter Gabriel And new Frazey Ford. Hour Two is all about “places” Songs about places and a sense of place: Eric Clapton (SF) Tedeschi-Trucks (Harlem) The Band (Atlantic City) Bob Dylan & Johnny Cash (North Country) The Beach Boys (California) Chuck Berry (Memphis) …

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