Mulligan Stew June 6th 2020-Black lives, D-day, Mike Plume

Hello all

It’s been a 10-day span that has seen murder,  hatred, battles, riots, confrontation, and just now a possibility of hope and healing.

How does a 2-hour music weekly show help with healing and understanding?

I can’t really answer that but I can tell you that from the feedback I get, you are listening and you are finding comfort in what we do.

Good enough for me.



With Black Lives Matter front and center, I found myself playing old and new songs I’ve played and been inspired by…

Louisiana 1927 – Aaron Neville

Stand Up – Cynthia Erivo

False Prophet – Bob Dylan

Red Right Hand – Nick Cave


Brown Baby – Nina Simone

We remember June 6, 1944

D-Day – The Beaches of Normandy

The changing of World history in several days.

14,00 Canadian troops

10,000 sailors

15 RCAF Squadrons

And two songs from that day by artists who  are still in play

I’ll be seeing you – Eric Clapton

Over the Rainbow – IZ

Our Special Guest interview is with

Mike Plume and his fine new album Lonesome stretch of Highway



Mulligan Stew June 6 2020
TD Mulligan
call that gone north mississippi all stars up and rolling
highway 28 Paul Butterfield Better Days paul butterfield better days
highway 61 bob dylan highway 61 revisited
6 days on the road taj mahal giant step Tonights guest Mike Plume
red right hand nick cave and the bad seeds let love in
song for sam cooke (here in America) dion. Paul simon blues with friends
Tonights guest – Mike Plume – New album and stories to tell
and its still alright Nathaniel Ratyeliff and its still alright
king of july the radio grande town and country
walk away Renee The Four Tops 3 billboards outside Ebbing missouri Coming UP – Remembering the songs of D Day
l’ll be seeing you Eric Clapton I still do
over the rainbow Isreal Kamakawiwo’ole IZ IZ
TDMulligan NEXT – Brown Baby Nina Simone
Brown baby Nina Simone Live at Village Gate
Mulligan Stew – with tdmulligan Next Mike Plume guests
Mike Plume Interview Lonesome stretch of highway
perfume and gasoline mike plume lonesome stretch of highway
Mike Plume Interview Lonesome stretch of highway
Summers around here (don’t last forever) mike plume lonesome stretch of highway
Mike Plume Interview Lonesome stretch of highway
I’m your huckleberry mike plume lonesome stretch of highway
Mike Plume Interview Lonesome stretch of highway
in God’s hands mike plume lonesome stretch of highway
for what it’s worth buffalo springfield Buffalo Springfield
NEXT – Aaron Neville. Dylan. Robert Plant. Cynthia Erivo
Lousiana 1927 aaron neville warm your heart
I’d rather go blind grace potter muscle shoals small town. Big sound
stand up cynthia erivo Harriet. Original soundtrack
the May Queen robert plant carry fire Next – New Dylan
False Prophet Bob Dylan rough and rowdy ways
hello mary lou rick nelson best of