Ep 64 Kevin Hearn Podcast


Jul 12, 2019

Multi-instrumentalist and Barenaked Ladies musician Kevin Hearn talks to Terry about his new solo album Calm and Cents. The predominantly-instrumental album is inspired by the natural world, and “what we, as humans, are doing to it.” Kevin previews four tracks from the record on this week’s show: “Ghost Birds”, “The Chemical Valley”, “The Nemophilist”, and “The Silent Collapse”, and talks to Terry about the stark contrast in mood between his solo album and his work with the Ladies.

Ep 63 | Summer Festival Special Podcast


Jul 7, 2019

Summer festival season is upon us! Terry gets us ready by catching up with artistic directors at three can’t miss festivals: Doug Cox at Vancouver Island Music Festival, Terry Wickham at Edmonton Folk Festival, and Peter North at Salmon Arm Roots & Blues Festival. Plus, a backstage interview with the great Daniel Lanois, recorded at the Edmonton Folk Music Festival.

Mulligan Stew July 6th 2019-Summer tunes!


Jimmy Cliff-

Music to enjoy a relaxing July Saturday evening to! Loads of great tunes to keep you hydrated and focused on not focusing….

Marley, Clapton, The Hip, Leonard Cohen…Jimmy Cliff to Tina Turner, we have SOMETHING for everyone today!


Let me know what you think of today’s show @TDMulligan on Twitter



Mulligan Stew with tdmulligan July 6 2019
Shape I’m in Reese Wynans Sweet Release
crawlin from the wreckage Dave Edmonds best of
Tennesse girl Mike Farris Silver and Stone
Son of a preacher man Aretha Franklin This girls in love with you Mulligan Stew with tdm
The harder they come Jimmy Cliff Harder they Come – Soundtrack
Morning is coming Sting and Shaggy 44/876
3 little birds Bob Marley and the Wailers Best of
Coming UP – Clapton/Hazier/Marvin
Knockin on Heavens Door (live) Eric Clapton Crossroad 2
Got to give it up Marvin Gaye 15 favourites
Repo Man Ray Lamontagne/Pariah Dogs God Willin’
Take me to church (live) Hozier Live from Spotify London
Terry David Mulligan – The Stew
Mama’s cryin’ Long Our Native Daughters Songs of our native daughters
Last of the unplugged gems The Tragically Hip
Coming UP on The Stew Stones, Orbison, Cohen, Tina Road Apples
Beast of Burden (live) The Rolling Stones Live – 50 years
Pretty Woman (live) Roy Orbson and Friends a Black and White Night
They don’t shine Tedeschi Trucks band Signs Coming UP – Mavis. Tina Turner.Curtis Mayfield. Dylan. Bruce
Hallelujah (live) Leonard Cohen Live in Dublin
Change Mavis Staples We get by
this is Mulligan Stew
while my guitar gently weeps (live) Tom Petty. Jeff Lynne. Steve Winwood. Prince Dahni Harrison Rock Hall of Fame 2004-05
Simply the best Tina Turner The Best
People get ready (live) Curtis Mayfield The Berlin Sessions
Forever Young Bob Dylan Planet Waves
There goes my miracle Bruce Springsteen Western Stars
Thanks for hangin in with me
Babys leaving town on the 219 John Hammond (w Tom Waits) Wicked Grin

Mulligan Stew June29th 2019- Canada Day Weekend and Jim Cuddy Interview



July 1st is Canada Day…

I don’t think it influenced the first hour of The Stew because I had planned
to pay tribute to a lost friend..the Bard of the  Boards…Kelly J/Blake

Leader of Crowbar, one of Canada’s grandest bands.

When all others were wimping out behind Tony Orlando and Dawn/Osmond  wanna
be’s, bands like Crowbar carried the flag of rock and roll.

All passion and grit..belief in the mission they were on.

And at the head of the parade was Kelly J…Captain Canada.  All Fire and no

Great chops as a lead singer but World Class as a boogie piano player.

Well, the fire finally burned itself out. What we are left with is memories
and his music.

So we play the music..a remember the man.

First, four tracks go

Crowbar with King Biscuit Boy

Then King Biscuit Boy with Crowbar

The Band

And the band Crowbar would open for at Fillmore East Joe Cocker.  Mad Dogs
and Englishmen.

There’s 2 of the greatest voices…Aaron Neville and Mavis Staples – singing

Avett Bros

John Fogerty

John Prine

Norah Jones

Funky Nassau

Jimmy Vaughn

The second hour of the show is all Canadian…

Starting with an Interview with Jim Cuddy who, with the Cuddy Band, just
released their 5th album Countrywide Soul.

Recorded in just 3 days in Jim’s barn in southern Ontario.

Only the very best musicians can create this magic.

Some of the songs are Jim’s from previous Cuddy Band albums and Blue Rodeo
as well.

He didn’t re-record them to claim ownership. He did it because he felt they
were different songs now. They needed a different shape and texture.

8 of the songs are Jim’s

2 cover from George Jones and Glen Campbell (Rhinestone Cowboy)

And two new songs were written for the album.

Life is crazy busy for Jim Cuddy.  He’s playing dates with the Cuddy band
and at the same time hitting the road for a very busy Summer with Blue

Some songs like  Everybody Cries are unchanged  but they’re deeper and more

Some have quietly transformed such as All in Time. It used to rock like a
truck. Now it glides like an Air Stream.

Just like the guy who wrote the song.

The Canada Day Stew finishes with an all Canadian line-up

Leeroy Stagger

Colin James


Serena Ryder

Dan Mangan

Then – the finish…

Two outstanding tracks. Two outstanding moments in music history.

First The Last Waltz at the Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco
Thanksgiving 1976.  I was there.

There came a moment when this all-star American spectacle was taken over by
The Canadians.

Four of the 5 Band members were proudly  Canadian

Neil Young sang

Joni Mitchell sang..then they all sand together on the one song  they
identified with – Acadian Driftwood

Goosebumps my friends.

We finish The Stew on another stage – The Commodore Ballroom. Almost  2
years ago

A concert honoring John Mann of Spirit of the West. John was fighting

Happy Dominion Day  – enjoy every minute



Cuddy Band
July 16
Salmon Arm Roots and Blues
July 19
Fitzpatrick Family Vineyard
Aug 15
Butchart  Gardens Victoria

Blue Rodeo dates
July 6
Can Alta Medicine Hat
July 7
Shaw Amphitheatre Banff
Aug 10
Edmonton Folk Festival
Aug 17
PNE Vancouver
Aug 18
Bear Creek Folk Festival
Grand Prairie


The ‘O Canada’ Stew Special Guest – Jim Cuddy june 29 2019
muder in the first degree (live) Crowbar Larger than life (massey hall)
Highway 61 King Biscuit Boy and Crowbar Badley bent = 20 yrs of Stoney Plain
Don’t do it (live) The Band Live at the Academy of Music
Space Captain (live) Joe Cocker-Mad Dogs and Englishmen Live at Fillmore East Special Guest – Jim Cuddy
Begin Again Norah Jones Begin Again
Respect Yourself Aaron Neville and Mavis Staples Bring it on home. The soul classics Jim Cuddy Interview in 30 minutes
Back here again The Jim Cuddy Band Countrywide Soul
Summer summer nights Alan Doyle A week at the Warehouse
Roses and Sacrifice The Avett brothers new single. No album yet
Run through the jungle John Fogerty The long road home
Summers end John Prine The tree of forgiveness
Caught in the Middle Leeroy Stagger Me and the Mountain
Mulligan Stew with tdm NEXT – Jim Cuddy Interview
Funky Nassau The beginning of the end Funky Nassau
Little son Big Sun Jimmy Vaughn Out there
NEXT – Jim Cuddy brings Countrywide Soul
The Jim Cuddy Interview with tdm Complete interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast
All in Time The Jim Cuddy band Countrywide Soul
The Jim Cuddy Interview with tdm Complete interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast
Light that guides you home The Jim Cuddy Band Countrywide Soul
The Jim Cuddy Interview with tdm
Wash me down The Jim Cuddy Band Countrywide Soul
The Jim Cuddy Interview with tdm Complete interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast
Rhinestone Cowboy The Jim Cuddy Band Countrywide Soul
The complete Jim Cuddy Interview On Mulligan Stew Podcast – podcasts
Tears come rolling down Colin James Miles to go
John the Revelator Whitehorse North South Vol 2
It doesn’t matter anymore Serena Ryder if your memory serves you well
Peaks and Valleys Dan Mangan More or Less Next – The Band and Spirit of Canada
Acadian Driftwood (live) The Band, Neil and Joni The Last Waltz
Home for a rest (live) Spirit of Canada Sarah. Cuddy. Doyle.Colin. Barney etc single
Happy Birthday CANADA


Ep 62 | Jim Cuddy Podcast


Jun 28, 2019

Jim Cuddy has just released his 5th solo album, Countrywide Soul. The record was recorded in just 3 days in the barn at his farm in Southern Ontario. The record features re-recordings of songs he wrote for Blue Rodeo and The Jim Cuddy Band. Terry and Jim walk through a few of the songs on the record, and discuss collaborations with Doug Paisley, Kathleen Edwards, Oh Susanna, and more.

Ep 61| Ewan Currie of The Sheepdogs Podcast


Jun 22, 2019

It’s been eight years since The Sheepdogs gained global fame by earning a spot on the cover of Rolling Stone. Last year the Saskatoon band released their sixth studio album Changing Colours. More recently, Ewan Currie released the solo album Out of My Mind. This week on the Stew podcast, Ewan talks to Terry about songs from those releases. Plus, Ewan shares his thoughts on the state of rock n’ roll in 2019.

Mulligan Stew June 22nd 2019- Ewan Currie Interview


There’s a Sheepdog in The House!!

His name is Ewan Currie and he’s the lead singer and principal songwriter of
Saskatoon’s Sheepdogs.

In 2011 they were the first unsigned band to appear on the cover of Rolling
Stone Magazine. They outplayed and outlasted 15 other bands/artists to walk
away with one of the biggest breaks any new band could have imagined.

According to Ewan it’s been a blur every since.

This very year, The Sheepdogs have played over 70 shows.  It’s June. There’s
a whole Summer to go and The Fall.

These guys are the Rock version of the Energizer Bunny.

The Sheepdogs play the Calgary Stampede July 7th at the Big 4 Roadhouse.
With Blackie and the Rodeo Kings, Corb Lund, The Sadies, and Whitney Rose.

Ewan Also brings with him new music from his latest solo album Out of my

As for the other 90 minutes of The Stew  these are all  LIVE tracks

We kick off with Wynton Marsalis and Eric Clapton and Howlin Wolf’s Forty

Wheels of Soul

Paul Simon

Dr John

The Wood Brothers

Van Morrison – Twice

Tom Waits.

There are several sets I’m really liking..hope you do to.

Hozier, Janis Joplin and Eddie Cochran

Bob Dylan

Dave Alvin – doing Bob Dylan

And Willie Nelson – with EmmyLou and Daniel Lanois

Throw is Leeroy Stagger and The Harpoonist and the Axe Murderer and it’s
magic on a Saturday Night.

Happy Solstice!


Mullligan Stew  June 22 – 2019 (Playlist) welcome!!
Forty Four (live) Wynton Marsalis and Eric Clapton Play the Blues
Bring it on home to me (live) Wheels of Soul  2015 TTB-Dap Kings- Doyle Bramall Live in NYC Rose and Croquet  June 20 for YWCA
Gone at last (live) Paul Simon Live in NYC
Such a night (live) Dr John and The Band The Last Waltz
Get out my life woman (live) The Wood Bros Up above my head
This Mulligan Stew  Year 24 Guest Ewan Currie  The Sheepdogs
Summer Days Bob Dylan Love and Theft
Highway 61 Dave Alvin Uncut
The Maker Willie Nelson with EmmyLou Harris and Dan Langois Teatro Todays Guest – Ewan Currie – The Sheepdogs
Take me to Church (live) Hozier Spotify singles  London
Me and Bobby McGee Janis Joplin Best of
Summertime blues Eddie Cochran Best of
Interview with Ewan Currie – The Sheepdogs in 30
Caravan (live) Van Morrison with The Band The Last Waltz
Brown Eyed Girl (live) Van Morrison It’s too late to stop now
16 shells from a 30.6 (live) Tom Waits Tom Waits  Big Time It’s Summertime – Best to Make a Reservation
Building a mystery Sarah McLachlan Closer. The best of Sarah
Caught in the Middle Leeroy Stagger Me and the Mountain
Shake it The Harpoonist and the Axe Murderer Checkered Past
Coming UP on Mulligan Stew Ewan Currie – The Sheepdogs  Interview
Ewan Currie – The Sheepdogs Interview Complete Interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast
Saturday Night The Sheepdogs Changing Colours
Ewan Currie – The Sheepdogs Interview Complete Interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast
Nobody The Sheepdogs Changing Colours
Ewan Currie – The Sheepdogs Interview Complete Interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast
I got a hole where my heart should be The Sheepdogs Changing Colours
Ewan Currie – The Sheepdogs Interview Solo Album Out of my Mind
NSW Ewan Currie Out of my Mind
Thats it For Mulligan Stew Complete Interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast


Ep 60 | Keb’ Mo’ Podcast


Jun 15, 2019

Singer, guitarist, songwriter, and four-time Grammy-winner Keb’ Mo’ talks to Terry about his new album ‘Oklahoma’, which was released this Friday. The pair discuss Colin Linden’s role producing the record, which features collaborations with Taj Mahal and Rosanne Cash.

Keb’ gives us the backstory on tracks: “Don’t Throw It Away”, “I Remember You”, and “Put A Woman In Charge”.

Mulligan Stew June 15th 2019- Keb Mo Interview


Keb’ Mo’ is a charismatic singer/guitarist/ songwriter and four-time GRAMMY Award winner who has consistently made music that reflects his own passions and interests. In the process, he’s earned a reputation for his ability to make deeply expressive, highly personal music. Don’t believe me?  Check out the title track (Oklahoma), Put A Woman In Charge (Featuring Rosanne Cash), and Don’t throw it away, a song about plastics with Grammy buddy Taj Mahal.

But my fave is the first track,  I remember you and its first line which he says to the lady in the Red Dress

“My name is Junior and come from Memphis Tennessee”

Colin Linden produced the album and infused his love of blues and passion into each and every song.

This is a very special album.  Oklahoma from Keb Mo

Keb guests on Mulligan Stew Radio

And the complete interview on Mulligan Stew  Podcast. Subscribe to Apple Podcasts. Spotify. Google Play.

As for the music ..

We remember Mac Rebennack – Dr John

Leeroy Stagger/Black Keyes/Elton John Soundtrack/Brandi Carlile, Little Steven, Vaughn Brothers, Pearl Jam, Rob Plant, Matt Anderson, Beastie Boys and Lots  More .






Mulligan StewJune 15 2019 
Welcome to Mulligan Stewwith Terry David
The MonkeyDr JohnN’awlins
let the good times rollDr JohnGumbo
Remembering Dr John  
Shoo Fly dont bother meBluesiana TriangleBluesiana Triangle 
caught in the middleLeeroy StaggerMe and the Mountain
howlin’ for youThe Black KeyesBrothers
Crocodile rockTaron EgertonRocketman soundtrack Guest tonight is Keb Mo 
Long RiderMatt Andersonhalfway home by morning
poor HowardRobert PlantLullaby and the ceaseless roar
Groove HolmesBeastie BoysCheck your head
One ScotchJohn Lee HookerBest of
Keb Mo is tonights guestNew album Oklahoma 
I’m going to make you love meBuddy and Julie Millersingles from Breakdown
of the girl (live)Pearl JamBenaroya Hall
blackbirdSarah McLachlanRarities Vol 2 complete interview on mulligan stew podcast 
Keb Mo Interviewcomplete interview on mulligan stew podcast 
this is my houseKeb MoOklahoma
Keb Mo Interviewcomplete interview on mulligan stew podcast 
Don’t throw it awayKeb MoOklahoma
Keb Mo Interviewwith tdm 
I remember youKeb MoOklahoma
Keb Mo Interviewcomplete interview on mulligan stew podcast 
Put a woman in chargeKeb MoOklahoma
The Complete Keb Mo Interviewat Mulligan Stew Podcast Apple Podcasts.Google Play. Spotify 
Raise HellBrandi CarlileBear Creek
RehabAmy WinehouseBack to Black
I’ll waitThe StrumbellasRattlesnake
Company in my backWilcoA ghost in born 
Love againLittle Steven and Disciples of soulSummer of Sorcery
BrothersVaughn BrothersFamily style
Thank you for being out 
I’m going homeDr JohnN’awlins

Ep 59 | Leeroy Stagger Podcast


Jun 10, 2019

To mark the release of his latest album Me And The Mountain, Leeroy Stagger sits down with Terry to discuss the inspiration behind the new collection of songs. The podcast includes the tracks “Broken Generation”, “Open Up Your Heart,” “Fire And Fury,” and “Caught in the Middle”.

Leeroy opens up about addressing a marital rough patch, and past trauma through the new record. Plus, he provides details on the companion album Strange Path due out in September 2019.