EP 208 | The Kids In the Hall


Dave Foley, Bruce McCulloch, Kevin McDonald, Mark McKinney, and

Scott Thompson are Kids in the Hall.

Many people consider KITH the funniest sketch comedy show ever to appear on TV and Film. The other half are fans of the absurdist genius of  Monty Python etc.

The Kids mixed that absurdist humor with irony.

The winner is us – the audience.

 KITH are “older”!

The youngest kid is 59-year-old Dave Foley.

However, what keeps them funny and relevant is the high wire that they walk.

The Kids embrace risk and even make fun of that possible failure waiting to happen.

The guests this week are Bruce McCulloch and Scott Thompson 

One of the things we talk about in this Zoom Interview is how lucky they were to not only find each but discover that they all viewed the planet and the people on it as flawed and great subjects for funny. Why are they so good?  Well, they’ve been making us laugh – at ourselves – since 1984.

After 27 years of No Kids. No Hall. They’re back with a series on Prime Video/Amazon and a fascinating documentary “Kids in the Hall: Comedy Punks”

Mulligan Stew May 21st 2022- The Stew May 21-Scott Thompson-Bruce McCullough From Kids in the Hall Guest


Scott Thompson and Bruce McCulloch  Guest on Saturdays Mulligan Stew.

After 27 years the KITH have come back. Like raccoons at the back door.

We talk about

Has funny changed?

Kiss?  Actually Gene Simmonds.

Keeping their characters in place.

And thoughts for the youth of the Nation.

The complete/unedited interview can be heard on Mulligan Stew Podcast

The video version can be seen on our YouTube channel.

New music from

The Stones at the ElMo

Delbert McClinton

Sheryl Crow and Sarah McLachlan

Barney Bentall

Bros. Landreth

Southern Culture on the Skids

Lord Huron

And that’s not all…

Tedeschi Trucks/Billy Preston/Ronettes/Mark Knopfler/Taj/Colin James/Chuck Berry/Los Lobos/Cocker/Black Pumas/Jerry Doucette




The Stew May 21 Scott Thompson-Bruce McCulloch From Kiids in the Hall Guest
Bird on a Wire (live) Tedeschi Trucks Band Let me get by (Deluxe)
That’s the way God planned it (1&2) Live Billy Preston (with Clapton-George Harrison) That’s the way God planned it
Ain’t that loving you Delbert McClinton Outdated Emotion
Crazy Mama (live) The Rolling Stones Live at the El Macombo
This is Mulligan Stew Scott Thompson-Bruce McCulloch From Kiids in the Hall Guest [email protected]
The Difficult Kind (live) Sheryl Crow and Sarah McLachlan Sheryl – Documentary soundtrack
Colours (acoustic) Black Pumas Black Pumas (expanded)
This is Mulligan Stew – [email protected]
Freeway Soul Tinsley Ellis Moment of Truth
Best Part of (Breaking up) The Ronettes Presenting The Ronettes Scott Thompson-Bruce McCulloch  From Kids in the Hall – Guest
Drive all night The Bros. Landreth Come Morning
Oh Foolish Me Barney Bentall Cosmic Dreamer
Feeling Alright Joe Cocker Classic (four)
The Stew with TDMulligan Scott Thompson and Bruce McCullough – Guest in hour two
Heavy Up Mark Knopfler Down the road wherever
VooDoo Cadillac Southern Culture on the Skids Dirt Track Date
Little Red Corvette Prince Best of
Further on up the road (live) Tay Mahal and Jack Johnson Best of Kokua Fest in Hawaii
Can’t you see what youre doing to me Colin James Open Road
Mabeline Chuck Berry Berry is on Top Coming UP – Scott and Bruce from Kids in the Hall
Angel Dance Los Lobos Just another Band from East LA
Harvest Moon Lord Huron Single
Scott Thompson & Bruce McCulloch -Kids in the Hall The Complete Interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast
Age like Wine Corb Lund Songs my friends wrote
Scott Thompson & Bruce McCulloch -Kids in the Hall Video Version on tdm YouTube Channel
Changes David Bowie Best of
Scott Thompson & Bruce McCulloch -Kids in the Hall Check out The Podcast and video on you tube
Mama let him play Jerry Doucette Mama let him play
Spare tire Ariel Posen and Cory Wong single


EP 207 | The Bros. Landreth-New album ‘Come Morning’


It’s amazing how life always seems to bring us full circle.

The Landreth Brothers just released their fourth album together called Come Morning.

They grew up in a completely musical household.

Father Wally was a true working musician. Their Mother would sometimes go with the boys in bassinets and kid chairs to watch over them and keep an eye on Wally.

They grew up listening to Bonnie Raitt, the many persona’s of Ry Cooder, Lyle Lovett, and most importantly Little Feat.

They were artists who could evoke Mississippi, Muscle Shoals, LA, NYC, and Texas in one album.

The Landreth family was based in Winnipeg but the music took them to all those places and beyond.

The music saved them. Gave them hope and promise.

So here comes their latest ‘Come Morning’ and it’s filled with ebb and flow, being away from home, being at home for 2 years,  songs of redemption, being in Love, not being in love, and dealing with the weight of sexual abuse.

This feels like the album that will change everything. Have a listen to the boys and their music. See if the hope and promise, ebb and flow hasn’t come full circle.

They bring an in-studio acoustic version of ‘What in the World’ with them.

Keep an ear out for ‘Corduroy’ and Joey’s painful story behind it. Joey opened his heart to all of us.




Mulligan Stew May 14th 2022- Special guests The Bros. Landreth


New album COME MORNING dropped  Friday

The Bros. Landreth guest on Saturdays Mulligan Stew (and Podcast)


Joey and David have created a collection of songs and subjects that will take them far and wide.

Pushing the buzz forward is the fact that Bonnie Raitt chose a Brothers song,  Made up Mind,  as the first single from her new album Just like that.

That’s what you call a true turning point.

And BONUS – the boys pick up their guitars and bring an acoustic version of What would I do

The complete interview can be heard on Mulligan Stew Podcast

The Zoom video on our YouTube Channel terrydavidmulligan

STEW includes…

New music from

Ariel Posen

Keb Mo


Steve Dawson



Boz Scaggs

Tom Petty Live


Erykah Badu

And a Texas-set from

Steve Ray

Lyle Lovett

ZZ Top

Texas Tornados

Duke Robillard

An unplugged session


The Stew May 14 – Bros. Landreth Interview & New album TDMulligan
clawhammer Ariel Posen Mile End
The Medicine Man Keb Mo (with Old Crow Med Show) Good to be
Take it easy (live) The Eagles Hell Freezes Over
Readiator 110 Boz Scaggs Out of the blue
Try a little tenderness Floremce and the Machine Mtv Unplugged Our guests are Joey and David Landreth – New Album Come Morniong
Refugee (live) Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers A Live Anthology
Ooh La La Faces Ooh La La www.river-café.com
Ooh La La Steve Dawson Gone. Long Gone
Once were brothers The Waterboys All souls hill
Rimshot (live) Erykah Badu Live at Jaz café London
Tumbling Dice (live) The Rolling Stones Live at El Mocambo
Little wing Stevie Ray Vaughn Couldn’t stand the weather
Mulligan Stew – with TDMulligan Year 26 COMING UP – Bros. Landreth and a Texas Tribute
That’s right (you’re not from Texas) Lyle Lovett Live in Texas
Wasted Days and Wasted Nights Texas Tornados A little better than nada
Blue Jean Blues (live) ZZ Top Live from Texas
This is Mulligan Stew – with TDM
Eat where you slept last night Duke Robillard They called it Rhythm and Blues
The Bros. Landreth Interview David and Joey Landreth – New album Come Morning
Made up Mind Bonnie Raitt Just like that
David and Joey Landreth – Bros. Landreth New Album – Come Morning
Stay Bros. Landreth Come Morning
Landreth Brothers Interview Complete interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast and You Tube Channel
Corduroy Bros. Landreth Come Morning
David and Joey Landreth – Bros. Landreth Complete interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast and You Tube Channel
What in The World (live in studio) Bros. Landreth
Complete Interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast & You Tube Channel
Hiding Place Govt Mule Heavy Load Blues

May 14th 2022-Your chance to “Meet the Makers” in Victoria


Tasting Room Radio is Presented by Harbour Air


Sara Park and  Cam Duke,  the co-founders of Coastal Craft Beverages in Victoria always throw a great pour.

As in previous years, they head for the 8th-floor skyline suites at the top of Parkside Hotel in downtown Victoria.

They work exclusively with producers who are independent and family-owned. Artisans who focus on sustainability and care for the Planet and its people.

Best of all, they partnered with Vintage West Wine and Spirits. Owners of an amazing portfolio.

“I have a real passion for working with local, BC, Craft Producers and helping them grow their businesses. We have some of the most talented Winemakers, Distillers, Craft Brewers & Cidermakers in North America – right here! I’ve met and worked with incredibly knowledgeable and passionate people in this business. I feel very lucky to do what I do, and work on the west coast.”  Sara Park.

“Working with like-minded, passionate people who take such incredible pride in their workmanship and crafts is a privilege to be a part of. I’m excited to continue growing these relationships and contribute to each of their success stories.”  Cameron Duke

Jacqueline Downey Photography

Meet the Makers


Provincial Spirits –Jesse Bannister Founder, Owner

Jesse Bannister-Provincial Spirits

Winemaker’s Cut –Michal Mosny, Winemaker and Owner

Mike Mosny – Wine Makers Cut

Sheringham Distillery and Lumette –Jason MacIsaac, Master Distiller, and Owner

Sheringham Distillery and Lumette –Jason MacIsaac, Master Distiller, and Owner

Junction Cider –Cody Brown (Owner),

Junction Cider –Cody Brown (Owner),

Fitzpatrick Family Vineyards –Gordon Fitzpatrick, Owner/VP

Fitzpatrick Family Vineyards –Gordon Fitzpatrick, Owner/VP

Blue Grouse –Michael Abbott (Vineyard Manager)

Blue Grouse –Michael Abbott (Vineyard Manager)

Tightrope Winery –Lyndsay O’Rourke, Owner/Winemaker

Tightrope Winery –Lyndsay O’Rourke, Owner/Winemaker

Vintage West Wine & Spirits –Matt Thirlwell (Partner)

Vintage West Wine & Spirits –Matt Thirlwell (Partner)



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EP 206 | Mike Scott of The Waterboys



I’ve waited a long time to finally talk to Scott from The Waterboys.

I found him at his home in Dublin.

Mike is a founding member, lead singer, and songwriter of The Waterboys.

I was truly looking forward to his new album All Souls Hill which was released Friday.

Because Mike grew up studying English literature and philosophy so you know his lyrics and song structure are always going to be different.

Mike moved through the brit punk scene and finally found himself forming The Waterboys.

Almost 25 albums later..he’s writing,  composing, and singing better than ever.

As always, Mike and Waterboys music cannot be pinned down. Round peg. Square hole.

Check out the track Passing Through..a very old gospel/folk song that he’s re-written the lyrics to – to reflect our lives today. It took him 10 years to write and it’s 9 minutes long.

Here’s Mike talking about it…

Watch for his Canadian tour in The Fall

Mulligan Stew May 7th 2022-Special Guest Mike Scott of the Waterboys


Hello ALL

The Stew is back . After 10 days of fundraising for donor supported  CKUA.

(you did donate, right?)

This first Stew will be a celebration of NOT having to talk.

New music from Lyle Lovett/Bonnie Raitt/Govt Mule/Norah Jones/Barney Bentall/Willie and more.

A tonne of tracks and a special guest

Mike Scott – Founder and leader of The Waterboys.

They have a just released their  album All Souls Hill which includes a 9 minute version of the folk /gospel classic Passing Through..that Mike added lyrics to – to reflect current history.

He tells the story on todays Stew and then we play it for you. It ends with a reference to George Floyd.

The much longer complete interview with great storytelling  can be heard on The Mulligan Stew Podcast.

(subscribe on Spotify .Apple Podcasts)


The ZOOM video of our interview from Dublin can be seen on our You Tube Channel (terrydavidmulligan)

Details at




The Stew – TDMulligan May 7 Special Guest – Mike Scott The Waterboys
Stagger Lee Delbert McClinton Single
Pants is overrated Lyle Lovett single
Love so strong Bonnie Raitt Just like that
You know my love Govt Mule Heavy load blues
Hallelujah, I love him so Norah Jones Come away with me Special Guest – Mike Scott The Waterboys
Atlantic City The Band Jericho
I wish I knew how it would feel to be free Mavis Staples and Levon Helm single
You’re going to make me lonesome when you go Barney Bentall and Valentino Trapini Cosmic Dreamer
Free Fallin (live) John Mayer Live in LA
We’re not happy (til you’re not happy) Willie Nelson A beautiful Time
Have a memorable Mother’s Day
I wish (live) Bruce Springsteen Live at Walter Kerr July 2018
Mama William Prince Earthly Days
Mama said The Shirelles Best of Coming UP – Mike Scott The Waterboys
Busted Ray Charles True Genius
This is The Stew with TDMulligan
Wrapped around your finger The Police Every breath you take
Love and Happiness Etta James The Right Time
The Weight Aretha Franklin This girls in locve with you
Water from a stone Marc Jordan and Amy Sky he sang. she sang
Have a memorable Mother’s Day. Full Heart to mine – Joyce Mulligan
Whiter shade of pale Santana with Steve Winwood Blessings and Miracles
Complete Interview can be found at Mulligan Stew Podcast
Mike Scott Interview New Album All Souls Hill
Here we go again The Waterboys All Souls Hill
Mike Scott Interview
Complete interview on Podcast and Youtube channel
Blackberry girl The Waterboys All Souls Hill
Mike Scott Interview
Complete interview on Podcast and Youtube channel
Passing Through The Waterboys All Souls Hill
Mike Scott Interview
Complete interview on Podcast and Youtube channel
Whole of the Moon The Waterboys Best of
Have a memorable Mother’s Day For Mothers EVERYWHERE
Into the Mystic (remaster) Van Morrison Moondance (Deluxe)

EP 205 | Alex Cuba


Born in Cuba,  Alex fell in love with a Canadian beauty & immigrated to Canada.  Alex packed into his belonging’s his many songs and sharp knowledge of the history of Cuban music.

Mendo is his 9th album.

With those 9 albums, Alex has won 2 Juno awards and is up for another this month.  He’s also won four Latin Grammy Awards and at the recent 2022 event, he won his first Grammy Award.

Alex is a completely self-contained artist. Put an instrument in front of him and very likely he can play it.

During the Covid pandemic, he decided to collaborate with other players, singers and songwriters. The songs came alive and Mendo became yet another turning point in his career.

Alex has been on Mulligan Stew before. On the Juno couch in Calgary with Jim and Devin Cuddy and again on Zoom.

So happy to welcome back a Spanish-speaking, English riffing star on the rise.

Alex Cuba brings Mendo. (The essence of the soul)


Though raised in Artemisa, an hour outside of Havana, Alex Cuba’s artistry is as far-flung as the place he has settled and lived for over fifteen years: Smithers, BC, 14 hours north of Vancouver. His music at once incorporates his roots and is a unique amalgam of styles, having collaborated with artists ranging from Jason Mraz to Ron Sexsmith and Nelly Furtado; and bringing together melodies, popsoul hooks and rock chords in songs that may seem to bear little resemblance to traditional Cuban form.

A forward-thinking, indie-minded artist, Alex has amassed a steadily growing following among critics and fans. With over 20 awards and nominations to his name, including 4 Latin Grammys and two Junos Awards and three Grammy nominations.

Alex carries his Cuba within, incorporating subtle jazz influences, gained from his early years as a bass player in Cuba, and tasteful, sophisticated chords and lyrics expressing his poetry in an undeniably Cuban way. His growing body of work defines a unique musical place in the Latin diaspora.

Building on the 2017 Grammy nominated release Lo Unico Constante with its back to roots introspection, his latest collection of songs was released in September 2019 on the full length album “Sublime”, featuring six songs with Latin American singers and songwriters. Alex joined with Toronto based engineer, John Bailey to record in Gibson’s BC at The Farm Studio.

The decision to record all the instruments came to Alex Cuba years ago when making demos for new songs and wanting to share that undeniable personal sound.

EP 204 | DJ Kearney


DJ Kearney has trained over a thousand sommelier candidates throughout North America for the International Sommelier Guild and the Wine and Spirit Education Trust and has consulted for many global wine marketing bodies — including Wines of Chile, Wines of South Africa, Wines of California, Jura Wines, Sopexa, and Wines of Argentina — while leading educational master-classes for these entities around North America.

DJ  judges, moderates, presents at wine festivals and competitions around the globe. She brings a truly global perspective to her work.  DJ has been the Drinks Editor for Vancouver Magazine and critic/contributor/judge for Wine Align.

Long-time friend, I asked DJ to comment on the  2021 Wine Align final results.

As for the  Wine  Align Canadian Wine Awards, DJ Kearney  was there, right in the middle of it,  tasting and judging many 100’s of Canadian wines.

I also asked Deej to comment on recent wines from anywhere that made an impression on her,

And comments on BC, Ontario plus wines that make great gifts year-round.

·    PIERRE PAILLARD – LES PARCELLES BOUZY GRAND CRU 750 ml | SKU: 477372 France $67.99

·    POL ROGER – RESERVE BRUT 750 ml | SKU: 51953 France  $73.99

·    PENEDES CABERNET SAUVIGNON – TORRES MAS LA PLANA 2015 750 ml | SKU: 315838 Spain $67.99 on sale from $72.99 On Sale (until Jan 1)

·    CHABLIS – WILLIAM FEVRE CHAMPS ROYAUX 2018 750 ml | SKU: 25270 France $36.99

·    CHIANTI CLASSICO RISERVA – MAZZEI SER LAPO 2015 750 ml | SKU: 176842 Italy  $29.99 down from  $32.99 On Sale (until Jan 1) 


  • Our BC conversation included
  • Syrah
  • Riesling
  • Chardonnay
  • Cab Franc
  • Sparklings


  • DJ and I finish with a question we always ask ourselves.
  • Will BC wines ever be truly available in Ontario and other provinces and will Ontario wines show up on shelves in BC?  If you’re a wine fan, perhaps you could ask your local member of parliament.


EP 203 | Treve RIng Pours Prosecco


The podcast feature guest is  Wine Judge and Writer Treve Ring pouring 8 Prosecco’s from the legendary Conegliano Valdobbiadene region of Italy.

The amazing Treve Ring is a wine writer and editor, judge and speaker, and perpetual traveler. A certified sommelier, WSET diploma holder, French wine scholar, instructor, and Sherry instructor, Treve is based in Victoria,   though is most often found on a plane or in a vineyard.

This Podcast story begins in Conegliano Valdobbiadene, a hilly area in North-East Italy, 50 km from Venice and around 100 from the Dolomites. Here, for over three centuries, people have grown the grapes that produce Prosecco Superiore, whose success began with the founding of Italy’s first School of Winemaking in 1876. The production area covers 15 communes and represents the heart of the world of Prosecco; it is one of Italy’s historic denominations, recognized in 1969. In 2009, with the reorganization of the denominations for Prosecco, the Ministry of Agriculture classified it as a Denomination of Controlled and Guaranteed Origin (D.O.C.G.), the highest level of quality for Italian wines.

Treve brings 8 Proseccos from Conegliano Valdobbiadene. The heart of Prosecco Superiore  D.O C.G.

Treve Ring presents a Master Class in Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco.  Enjoy!