Mulligan Stew June 16th


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This week on Mulligan Stew:

Colin James
 has worn many hats during his long and storied career. When Colin first hit the scene a quarter century ago, he became an instant rock guitar hero, mentored by the legendary Stevie Ray Vaughan. Since then, this iconic Canadian has topped the charts as a pop vocalist, recorded an acclaimed blues album and led the swing revival with his Little Big Band, which he both fronted and produced. He has performed for the Queen, sold multi-platinum many times over and continues to sell out shows coast to coast.  Along the way, he’s written memorable hit songs and given us distinctive covers of timeless classics with his newest album teasing that the best is still yet to come.
This six-time Juno Award winner has come full circle with his latest album, aptly titled Fifteen.  On the verge of 25 years since the release of his debut, this is Colin’s 15th release and it takes this Saskatchewan artist back to his full-blooded rock roots.
Colin James talks with host Terry David Mulligan about working on Fifteen with Ron Sexsmith, Tom Wilson, and Alan Doyle on the next Mulligan Stew, Saturday, June 16 at 7pm.





Trombone Shorty Orleans and Claiborne Orleans and Claiborne
The Meters Cissy Strut On the good foot
Dion Ruby Baby The road Im on
The Band Look Out Cleveland The Band
Fleetwood Mac Lemon Squeeze (live) Shrine 69
Eric Clapton Cant find my way back home Live in the 70’s
Police Don’t stand so close Every breath you take
Bonnie Raitt Used to rule the world Slipstream
Brian Dunn Interview
Brian Dunn Tv’s and radios Tv’s and radios
Neil Young Get a job Americana
Serena Ryder All for love iTunes in Montreal
Chuck Leavell Wish me well Back to the Woods
Colin James Interview
Colin James Finally wrote a song for you Fifteen
Alan Doyle Testify Boy on Bridge
Colin James Sweets gone sour Fifteen
Colin James Oh Well Fifteen
Colin James No time to get there Fifteen
Joan Osborne Shake your hips Bring it on home
Rory Block Steady Freddy Shake em on down
Jon Cleary Occapella Occapella
Spencer Davis Gimme some lovin Best of Steve Winwood
Beatles Lady Madonna #1’s
Tower of Power I thank you 40th Anniversary
Righteous Bros My Babe ReUnion
Memphis town Back to the Woods