EP 101 | The Wood Brothers


Nobody sounds like The Wood Brothers.

The Wood Brothers are blessed by dedicated fans who love their singular style that fuses gospel, blues, jazz, folk, country, and rock.

The band consists of Oliver Wood on guitar, younger brother Chris Wood on bass, and multi-instrumentalist Jano Rix, who brings percussion to the band with his guitar, drums, keyboards…

Jano Rix..plays a guitar that’s modified to also be a percussive element.

The harmonies are sublime..the songwriting solid.

I love this band and these guys.

One of the keys is Chris Wood who brings jazz chops from his years with Medeski, Martin, and Wood.

What a band…

Best of all, they’re honest. No grandstanding..just outstanding music.

The boys talk about their time with Levon Helm, Drummer& Vocalist for The Band.

The Bands influence on their music.

This interview took place backstage at The Imperial Room, Vancouver BC.

March 28, 2017

Mulligan Stew April 4th 2020-#SingforSpring


The first song Saturday is perhaps the most important one.

I decided to start all four shows in April with a Beatles Song, so we could ALL sing to and for the first responders, health care heroes and store staff who are risking their health to feed us and make sure we have the medicines we need.

The STEW starts with All you need is Love.

Throw open a window or step outside on your balcony, porch, deck or roll down the car window and sing the song.

Please shoot a short video of you or the people around you and post it to either Instagram Stories or Facebook. Most important Hashtag  #SingforSpring



Let’s make some noise for those who are putting their lives on the line.

Next Week it’s  Hello Goodbye

April 18 its Hey Jude

April 25 – the Beatle song is whatever you guys say it is.


My thinking on these two hours was to keep the singing there’s some

Ben E King


Tom Petty.

They All follow The Beatles.

Then it’s handpicked music for a Saturday Night

Mercy Now – Mike Ferris

Buckle Up – New Pearl Jam

Sooner or Later – Eliza Gilkison

Hip Huh Her – Booker T

Can’t find my way home -Steve Winwood Live

One – U2


Linda Ronstadt

Robert Plant – Allison Krauss

The Wood Brothers

Elton John

Sarah Harmer

Billy Cowsill and The Co-Dependants

Lots of music to move to..

OR just lay there and think about Spring.

Take CARE of each other and #SINGFORSPRING




Mulligan Stew Are you ready to sing the song?
#SINGTHESONG For our Healthcare Heroes
All you need is Love The Beatles One
Start me up The Rolling Stones Honk
Stand by me Ben E King Greatest Hits
Free Fallin’ Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers Greatest Hits
Please support our Health Care Heroes #SINGFORSPRING
Think Aretha Franklin Greatest Hits
Jesus etc Puss ‘n Boots No Fools No Fun
when will I be loved Linda Ronstadt Heart like a wheel
#singforspring Please post your videos for our first responders Instagram or Facebook
Can’t find my way home (live) Steve Winwood Greatest Hits Live
Let’s not call it love The Radio Grande Town and Country
Paper in Fire Alan Doyle Rough Side Out #SINGFORSPRING
Mercy Now Mike Ferris Shine for all the People
One U2 Achtung baby
Nutty Monte Alexander Wareika Hill
Mulligan Stew Hour Two
when I’m 64 The Beatles Sgt Pepper
Buckle Up Pearl Jam Gigaton
Up on Cripple Creek (live) The Band The Last Waltz
Once were Brothers Robbie Robertson Sinematic
in my life The Beatles Rubber Soul
#SINGFORSPRING Please Salute The Healthcare heroes.
Sooner or Later Eliza Gilkison 2020
Hip Hug Her Booker T and the MG’s Best of Booker T #singforspring
I’ll be your baby tonight (live) The Co-Dependants Live
Fortune Teller Robert Plant & Allison Krauss Raising Sand
I can change your mind The James Hunter Six Nick of Time
get out my life woman (live) The Wood Brothers Live at The Tooth and Nail
Bennie and The Jets Elton John Yellow Brick Road
Take me Out Sarah Harmer Are you gone?
Please support our Health Care Heroes #singforspring thank you
Rich Girl Lake Street Dive Fun Machine
#singforspring Thank you

EP 100 | Nathaniel Rateliff


Welcome to Podcast 100!

When Nathaniel began writing for the new album And it’s still Alright, the songs initially centered on the pain of his unraveling personal relationship, but the theme of the album took a different direction when Richard Swift, his longtime friend, and producer of Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats’ two acclaimed albums, passed away in July 2018.

This time, there’s no Night Sweats riding to the rescue.

While the songs are quieter and more reflective,  they are no less urgent and indelible.  These are strong stories  and even stronger songs

“I’ve always been trying to write songs that hit you in the stomach but I like ones that make people feel like things will be just fine.”

Nathaniel Rateliff

Mulligan Stew March 28th 2020- SATURDAY NIGHT MUSIC FOR SHUT-INS 


Strange Days my friends.

We hope you are safe, well and settled.
All this week I was thinking…
“What can I play that will help lighten somebody’s load?”
We’re all in our encampments trying to get through a tough time but it IS Saturday night. 
The two-hour playlist started to take shape from the last song backward. 
I saw a video for a Tedeschi Trucks Wheels of Soul tour Live at Red Rocks. 
It was a 15 minute medley of two Sly and the Family Stone tracks. The band on stage must have been 15 people. Background Singers..double drums – horns up the wazoo. Wicked guitar duel. 
And that’s how The Stew ends. 
So. Knowing that was the ending of The Stew,  the start of the show was easy peasy. 
Neville Brothers
Amy Helm
Annie Lennox
James Brown
Joe Cocker/Mad Dogs 
The Hip
Black Pumas
Stones and CSN Live
Buddy and June Miller 
and the final 30 minutes has three artists 
A special edit of Tower of Power
Stevie Ray Vaughn Live at Carnegie Hall
And Tedeschi Trucks 
Oh…also in the mix a special appearance by Bob Chelmick. The Prince of Poems. 
Saturday night music for shut-ins. 
FYI. The  100th MulliganStew Podcast features Nathaniel Rateliff 


Welcome to The Stew with terrydavidmulligan March 28 -2020 – Keeping our distance
Didn’t it rain Amy Helm didn’t it rain
Brother John/Iko Iko The Neville Bros Fiyo on the bayou
Walking on broken glass (acoustic) Annie Lennox Shining Light EP Coming UP – James Brown and Joe Cocker Stew Podcast – Nathaniel Rateliff
ain’t that a groove James Brown and the Famous Flames Best of James Brown
Space Captain (live) Joe Cocker. Mad Dogs and Englishmen Live at Filmore East
Mulligan Stew – with tdm NEXT – Bob Chelmick brings The Words
Bob Chelmick – speaks Mary Oliver’s The Old Poets of China
Gone to Shiloh Elton John and Leon Russell The Union
Nothing Harry Manx and Steve Marriner Hellbound for Heaven
Mulligan Stew Podcast – Nathaniel Rateliff
Long time running The Tragically Hip Road Apples
How come you never go there Feist How come you never go there
Colours (acoustic) Black Pumas Acoustic NEXT – Stones and CSN – Both live
Under my Thumb (live) The Rolling Stones HONK – Live at London Stadium
For what it’s worth (live) Crosby, Stills, Nash CSN 2012
Gypsy Woman The Impressions Greatest Hits Mulligan Stew – Next Emmylou. Buddy & June Miller
Tragedy Emmylou Harris Red Dirt Girl
I’m gonna make you love me Buddy and June Miller Breakdown on 20th Ave South
Stay Maurice Williams and the Zodiaks Oldies but Goodies
This is The Stew Year 25 with tdm
Oakland Stroke & East Bay All the Way Tower of Power Back to Oakland & Step Up
Things I used to do (live) Stevie Ray Vaughn Live at Carnegie Hall
Thank you for listening AND donating
Sly Medley (live) Tedeschi Trucks Band Live at Red Rocks Wheels of Soul 2019

EP 99 | Virus Crisis in Food and Wine


Welcome. We hope this finds you well and safe.

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed all of our lives.

Imagine what effect it’s had on the food and wine businesses we know and love.


I reached out to as many owners and winemakers as I could find in a single day in the hope that their answers could become your answers.

The basic questions were

How are you doing and how is your business handling this crisis?

How can we, the consumer help sustain your business?

Suggestions?  Ideas? Are you open and if so, under what restrictions?


Chef Robert Belcham – President of the Chef’s Table Society of BC  (Vancouver)

Exec Chef Mark Filatow – Waterfront Wines and Wine Bar (Kelowna)

Sandra Oldfield – Founder Elysian Projects  (South Okanagan)

Miles Prodan – President and CEO of BC Wine Institute (Kelowna)

John Skinner – Founder of Painted Rock Winery and member of Okanagan Wine Imitative (OK Falls)

James Iranzad – Partner in Gooseneck Hospitality (Wildebeest, Bufala, Lucky Taco, Bells & Whistles) (Vancouver)

Tim Meeks – Food and Wine Fan and  Senior Nurse   (Seattle)

Jean-Benoit Deslauriers – Head Winemaker Benjamin Bridge – (Gaspereau Valley Nova Scotia)

Michael Bartier – Founder/Winemaker Bartier Brothers Wines (South Okanagan)

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The Vancouver Food and Beverage Community Relief Fund aims to help those in the hospitality industry with critical financial needs

Mulligan Stew March 21st 2020- Special Guest-Nathaniel Rateliff


Welcome one and all …The new normal has quickly gone sideways

The World has checked out and headed home.

I’m thinking that what we could all use right now is – peace, calm and a little music.

All of which can be found at CKUA Radio.

This edition of Mulligan Stew features a handpicked line up of music..and a very special guest

Nathaniel Rateliff.

Nathaniel has released  And It’s Still Alright, his first new music in a couple of years.  It’s a Solo album  & very personal. Filled with memories and some pain.

When Nathaniel began writing for the new album, the songs initially centered on the pain of his unraveling relationship, but the theme of the album took a different direction when Richard Swift, his longtime friend, and producer of Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats’ two acclaimed albums, passed away in July 2018.

There’s no Night Sweats riding to the rescue here.

While the songs are quieter and more reflective they are no less urgent and indelible, as he pushes the boundaries and finds new depths in his songwriting—a singular voice embarking on a personal exploration of love, loss, and perseverance.

These are strong songs if we’re open to the messages.

Nathaniel does a great version of Harry Nilsson.

The complete interview can be found next week on MulliganStew Podcast


We start with one of the great blues tunes ever recorded

King Biscuit Boy – Done tore your playhouse down, featuring the truly brilliant Richard Bell on piano.

Elvin Bishop – Taj Mahal, Wilco, Tami Nelson kick things off.

BB King with The Crusaders Live and The Crusaders all by themselves.

The Police, Marc Jordan, jj Cale, and Clapton.

We play the very same Harry Nilsson and finish off with

Gil Scott Heron and Makaya McCraven…\

Here we go!!

Takemully care of each other


Mulligan Stew Year 25
done tore your playhouse down King Biscuit Boy Badly Bent – best of
my soul elvin bishop something smells funky round here
thats how strong my love is taj mahal essential taj
California stars (live) Wilco Alpha Mike Foxtrot Tonights guest – Nathaniel Rateliff
you were mine Tami Nelson Chick a Boom
gonna send you back where i got you from Van Morrison The Prophet Speaks
Guest today – Nathaniel Rateliff
the thrill is gone (live) BB King and The Crusaders royal jam
put it where you want it The Crusaders way back home
missing person JJ Cale/Eric Clapton road to escondito
beds too big the Police message in a box
walk on the wild side Marc Jordan both sides
NEXT – Nathaniel Rateliff
Nathaniel Rateliff Interview complete interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast
and it’s still alright nathaniel rateliff and it’s still alright
Nathaniel Rateliff Interview complete interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast
all or nothing nathaniel rateliff and it’s still alright
Nathaniel Rateliff Interview complete interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast
what a drag nathaniel rateliff and it’s still alright
Nathaniel Rateliff Interview complete interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast
Kissing our friends nathaniel rateliff and it’s still alright
This is Mulligan Stew with tdm
Down Harry Nilsson Nilsson Schmilsson
Midnight Hour Jimmy Vaughn Baby, please come home
Goodbye The Bros. Landreth and Mariel Buckley something new/something blues
Love Versus (live) Leeroy Stagger Black Box on You Tube,
only you know and I know Dave Mason all day thumbsucker: Blue Thumb Records
NY is killing me Gill Scott Heron and Makaya McCraven We’re new again

Mulligan Stew March 14th 2020- Special Guest William Prince


Our special guest is William Prince. Calls Winnipeg home.

Since releasing his first album Earthly Days and its great single Breathless.  Won a Juno for Contemporary Roots Album

He loved the award, especially because the songs were judged on music, not ethnicity.

William has been riding a career headed straight up – he’s released his second album Reliever.

(Lost his Father and became a Dad in the same year)

This weekend William is doing three nights in a row a Winnipeg’s East Cultural Centre.

Then its Berlin, London, Dublin, etc.

Kansas City, Boston, New York, New Orleans Jazz Festival, etc..

Enjoy our interview..he’s an amazing guy.

One of This week’s donors suggested an East Coast/West Coast thing.  Put together some WhiteHorse, Harry Manx, Alan Doyle, Stephen Fearing, Joel Plaskett.

New tracks from Roy Forbes, Nuela Charles.

Kicks things off with Eric Clapton honoring Robert Johnson..three times.

Got you some Allman Bros, Every Bros, Little Feat, Dr John, Richie Valens, and Tedeschi Trucks Band Live.

Enjoy your Saturday Night.

Happy St Patrick’s Day


Mulligan Stew Year 25 March 14 2020
This is The Stew with terrydavidmulligan Tonights guest – William Prince Playlist
When you got a good friend Eric Clapton Me and Mr Johnson
Come on in my kitchen Eric Clapton Me and Mr Johnson
Stones in my passway Eric Clapton I still do Tonights guest – William Prince
who’s been talking whitehorse The Northern South Vol 2 Coming UP – The Meters, Fearing, Plaskett, Nuela Charles
I wish I had answered Harry Manx and Steve Marriner Hell bound for heaven
Paper in Fire Alan Doyle rough side out with TDMulligan
Cissy strut The Meters Anthology – Funkify your life
Stay with me Stephen Fearing The Unconquerable Past
Through and through and through Joel Plaskett Three
Got it bad Nuela Charles Melt Mulligan Stew
Breathless William Prince Earthly Days
Is it love i feel or courage I lack? Lenny Gallant Believing in Better
Junko partner Dr John Anthology – Mos’ Scocious
This is Mulligan Stew – Year 25 Coming UP – William Prince Interview
Don’t let go Roy Forbes Edge of Blue
La Bamba Ritchie Valens original single
Spanish Moon Little Feat Feets dont fail me now
gone gone gone Everly Brothers Gone Gone Gone
Midnight Rider The Allman Brothers band Trouble no More – 50th anniversary Coming UP – William Prince Interview
I pity the fool (live) Tedeschi Trucks Band Live from The Fox Oakland
In the pocket King Kurtis Best of
The Stew – Year 25 NEXT – William Prince Interview
William Prince Interview Complete Interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast
Great Wide Open William Prince Reliever
William Prince Interview Complete Interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast
The Spark William Prince Reliever
William Prince Interview Complete Interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast
lighthouse William Prince Reliever
William Prince Interview
Wasted William Prince Reliever


EP 98 | William Prince Interview



Winnipeg singer, songwriter  William Prince has released his second album Reliever.

How far has he come from the first album Earthly Days and its great single Breathless?

Feature appearance on CBS Saturday Morning.  Feature article in Rolling Stone.

Now touring Europe and America.

While writing the songs, for Reliever,  he lost his Father but became a Dad.

Even though William can trace his heritage back to Chief Peguis he doesn’t want his music to be judged as First nations – just judged as great songs. Period!

Mulligan Stew March 7th 2020- Special Guest Frazey Ford


March 7 brings the return of Frazey Ford, although she never really went away. We just kept playing Indian Ocean until the first teaser singles started to show a couple of months back. Sneaky good tracks here with a really fine band. Songs that start low and quiet ended up doing a slow burn   Frazey talks about Azad the lead track. A very personal story about her sister and her family. Same with Purple and Brown. This interview. 

It’s not about tour dates or summer plans. Its all about her life growing up with her Hippie draft-dodging parents and her larger than life Mom. I wouldn’t be surprised if Frazey is #1  on the CKUA top 30 albums. We love the person and her music and we’re not the only ones.  

Playlist includes Bowie and Queen, Puss N Boots, Alan Doyle and his #1 Country album in Canad (what??) Andy Shaun and Nathaniel Rateliff (who will be a guest in 2-3 weeks)Got some Rory Block, Laurie Anderson, Van the Man Live, New Wood Bros, Tami Neilson back to back with Leeroy Stagger and Rocking Roy Forbes and his new album. Edge of Blue Heads UP. Future guests include William Prince. Nathaniel Rateliff. Roy Forbes.



Mulligan Stew – Year 25 Todays Special Guest – Frazey Ford
Money can’t buy Frazey Ford U Kin b The Sun
under pressure queen and david bowie atomic blonde soundtrack
angel dream puss n boots Sister
Sweet Inspiration Derek Trucks Band Already Free Todays Special Guest – Frazey Ford
I gotta go Alan Doyle Rough side out
and it’s still alright Nathaniel Rateliff and it’s still alright
Things I do Andy Shauf The Neon Skyline
The Stew – Year 25
Caravan (live) The Band with Van Morrison The Last Waltz
Little Blue The Wood Brothers Kingdom in my Mind
In my girlish days Rory Block Prove it on me
TD Mulligan – The Stew Coming UP – Frazey Ford
Life on a string Laurie Anderson Life on a string
Bring that thing (live) Harry Manx Harry Manx Live
Coming UP – Frazey Ford Interview Complete interview at Mulligan Stew Podcast
Ain’t no sunshine Bill Withers Just as I am
NEXT – Frazey Ford
Frazey Ford Interview Full Interview
Holding it down Frazey Ford U Kin b The Sun
Frazey Ford Interview Full Interview
Azad Frazey Ford U Kin b The Sun
Frazey Ford Interview Full Interview
Purple and Brown Frazey Ford U Kin b The Sun
Frazey Ford Interview Full Interview Next – Blackie and Dylan. Plus New Rockin Roy Forbes
Trust yourself Blackie and the Rodeo Kings King of this town
I shall be Released (live) Bob Dylan – Rolling Thunder Revue Live 1975
You were mine Tami Neilson Chick a Boom
Hey Hey (for Gord) Leeroy Stagger Strange Path Next – New Roy Forbes music
Big mouth shut Roy Forbes Edge of Blue Thanks for listening – Next Week – Wm Prince
done tore your playhouse down King Biscuit Boy Gooduns

EP 97 | Frazey Ford- U KIN B THE SUN


“Don’t be fooled by the glittery jumpsuit. Frazey Ford is out for blood.” – NPR


Frazey Ford releases U kin b The Sun. It’s stunning.
Currently the Number 1 album on the CKUA Top 30. For the second week in a row
Or maybe it’s three. Frazey Ford is a blur.

One of her messages is…
Get out of the way
You’ve had your day 
And it’s no longer how we gon’ play
The kids are having none of it.
From: The kids are having none of it. 
This is the complete podcast interview. With tracks 
Purple and Brown