Mulligan Stew March 9th 2019- Rich Hope Interview

The first 6 tunes may give you a sense of what Saturdays’ Stew will flow like…

The Band Live in front of 600,000 fans at Watkins Glen with a Chuck Berry tune.

John Fogerty with Dawes

Carlos Del Junko also Live

Big Headed Todd and the Monster take on the Stones Beast of Burden

Candy – Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers

And new Matt Anderson tune that signals he has turned a  corner as a performer.

Then..we make room for

The Meters

Chief Monk Boudreaux

Delbert McClinton

Mark Knopfler

Doug Sahm

Florence and the machine

Allman Brothers Live

John Hammond –The  Song is 2:19  written and produced by Tom Waits

Lake Street Dive

Ryan McMahon

Tomato Tomato

Dave Gunning.

And it’s all just a set up for our guest this week.


The Barber of Bop

The Bad Boy of Broadway

The Cutter of Chops

The King of Clippers and Hits

Rich Hope.


Born in Edmonton..developed his music career in Vancouver. By his own admission, Rich was never going to get played on most radio stations. They just didn’t get where he was coming from.

Rich Hope’s music is a fine mix of Texas Roadhouse, Doug Sahm Swagger, The Clash at their best and a solid belief in the music that got us to where we are today.

Check out the review quotes from The Vancouver Sun’s fine music writer

Stuart Derdeyn.


“ the album ranges to the soul rocker in Heartbreaker to the Sterno-gargling blues crooner of Paranoia Blues”

 “Golden Clouds: Possibly the highlight of the album, this Status Quo-meets-Fabulous Thunderbirds boogie has as near perfect a bass/drum snap intro as you’ll ever hear. Plus, Hope drops in the kind of guitar solo around the 2:45 mark that lead players should study”


Running Shoes:  “Like the Sir Douglas Quintet roaring with methamphetamine”


“Watch his website”


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FYI – The only way we could get this interview done was for me sit in his barber chair at


Mulligan StewMarch 09 2019 
Welcome to The StewTD
back to Memphis (live)The BandLive at Watkins Glen
someday never comesJohn Fogertywrote a song for everyone
Just your fool (live)Carlos del JunkoJust Your Fool 
Beast of BurdenBig Headed Todd and the MonstersRock Steady
CandyTom Petty and the HeartbreakersMojo
Mulligan Stew PodcastSpotify Google Play. Apple Podcasts 
Some kind of LoveRich HopeI’m all yours
Better than you wantMatt AndersonHalfway home by morning
Dog days are over (live)Florence and The MachineMTV Unplugged
Am I wrongKeb MoKeb Mo
The Stew Year 23TD
Talk to meDelbert McClintonHeard it on the X
Good KisserLake Street DiveFree Yourself Up
I ain’t got youJimmy ReedVery best of
Coming UP – Rich Hope 
Fire on the BayouThe MetersAnthology
Big Chief (live)Big Chief Monk BoudreauxThe Musical Mojo of Dr John
I used to couldMark KnopflerPrivateering
www.coyotebanff.comNEXT – New Music 
Self Help BookRyan McMahonIn line for a smile
Take on meTomato TomatoCanary in a Coal Mine
I wish I was wrongDave GunningUp against the sky
Boom BoomJL HookerBest of
Up Next – Allmans. Doug Sahm. Rich Hope 
One Way Out (live)Allman BrothersLive at Fillmore East
Wasted Days Wasted NightsDoug SahmTop Collection
2:19John HammondWicked Grin
Rich Hope Interview  
CreepstoneRich HopeI’m all yours
Rich Hope Interview  
Blow awayRich HopeI’m all yours
Rich Hope Interview  
5 cents a DanceRich HopeI’m all yours