Podcast

Ep 17 | Doug Cox of Vancouver Island Music Festival Podcast

Jul 12, 2018 This week, Terry catches up with Doug Cox, Artistic Director of the Vancouver Island Music Festival (July 13-15, 2018). The pair discuss this year’s line-up, which includes Ry Cooder, Passenger, Walk Off The Earth, Arlo Guthrie, and more! Doug tells us who his favorite Canadian band is, the act that his daughters convinced him to book, and how his experience as a musician influences his approach to curating the festival.

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Ep 16 | Frazey Ford Podcast

Jul 6, 2018 Frazey Ford’s last album, Indian Ocean, brought her worldwide attention — something that hit the BC singer-songwriter while playing a show in New Zealand last November. “There was a whole row of women in front who flew in from some other island. And they knew the words to every song,” she tells Terry David Mulligan on this week’s podcast. “It was just so sweet. It’s a wild thing.” Now working with a new label and with another …

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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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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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Ep 13 | Bryan Adams Podcast

Jun 8, 2018     Bryan Adams has been a lot of things over his 40-year career in show business. As a musician and songwriter, he’s a global hit-maker who has sold more than 75 million records. As a photographer, his work has been featured in the pages of Vanity Fair, Harper’s Bazaar, Esquire and Interview Magazine. As a philanthropist, he established the Bryan Adams Foundation to better the lives of society’s most vulnerable and disadvantaged. Now, the Order of Canada …

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