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Mulligan Stew Feb 27th 2021-Wall to Wall hand-picked music!


The Stew is wall to wall hand-picked music


Strong  Mulligan Stew donor suggestions drive this weeks playlist.

Here’s a mix of their favourites and mine..


Kick off with


Shape I’m in – The Band (New remaster of Stage Fright LP)

PJ Harvey and Thom Yorke

The amazing Dominque Fils-Aime

Valerie June and Carla Thomas (Valerie  in Calgary Saturday night)


Best of the Rest –

Two Van Morrison tracks

2 John Mayer tracks

Bettye LaVette does Dylan

Dylan does Dylan


The Hour Two donors lean all  the way into Cash Country.  Yesterday was Johnny Cash’s Birthday.

With  several tracks by Johnny Cash (his birthday Saturday)

Roseanne Cash– with Bruce Springsteen and Elvis Costello

Sheryl Crowe and Joe Walsh

Toots in Memphis

Sam Roberts

And we finish with a couple of guitar gunslingers Chuck Berry and Eric Clapton Live – wailing on Wee Wee Hours.


Playlist at

And this week  on the Mulligan Stew Podcast Buffy Saint-Marie guests from Hawaii – on the occasion of her 80th Birthday. The complete Interview.

Next week – Ariel Posen


Mulligan Stew Feb 27 2021
This is The Stew
This mess we’re in PJ Harvey – Thom Yorke Stories from The City. Stories from The Sea
You left me Dominique Fils-Aime Three Little Words
Call me a Fool Valerie June & Carla Thomas The Moon and Stars www.river-café.com
Star of the County Down Van Morrison and The Chieftans Irish Heartbeat
Empty Ray Lamontagne Til the Sun turns black Coming up – Beatles. Boz.Betye and Blue Shadows. They are Killer B’s
I will The Beatles White LP
Playlist at
Last Tango on 16th Street Boz Scaggs A fool to care
Things have changed Bettye LaVette Things have changed
False Prophet Bob Dylan Rough and Rowdy Ways Coming UP – Van Morrison and Blue Shadows
How far from God Van Morrison and The Chieftans Roll with the Punches
Deliver Me The Blue Shadows On the floor of Heaven Coming UP – The CASH Family and The Boss
Crawl into the promised land Rosanne Cash Single
I won’t back down Johnny Cash American 111
Sea of Heartbreak Rosanne Cash and Bruce Springsteen The List
Junko Partner Crescent City Gold The Ultimate Session
Malibu Man Dan Auerbach Waiting on a song
Inner City blues Molly Johnson Meaning to tell you
Still the good old days Sheryl Crowe and Joe Walsh Threads
NEXT – John Mayer-Toots. Sam Roberts. Rossane Cash / Elvis. Chuck Berry
Free Fallin’ (live) John Mayer Where the light is
Waiting on the World to change John Mayer and Ben Harper The Village Sessions
I’ve got dreams Toots Hibbard Toots in Memphis
War Chest Sam Roberts All us Us
This is Mulligan Stew – year 26
Don’t think twice, it’s alright Johnny Cash Orange Blossom Special
Heartache by the Numbers Rosanne Cash and Elvis Costello The List
Thanks for Listening Check out Mulligan Stew Podcast Spotify-Google Play.Apple Podcasts
Wee Wee Hours (live) Chuck Berry and Eric Clapton Hail Hail Rock and Roll

MulliganStew Feb 20th 2021- Happy Birthday Buffy!


It appears we have a Saskatoon thing going on this week.

One of the brightest lights on our music world – Saskatoon’s  Buffy Saint Marie is turning 80 years old Saturday!

She is without a doubt the best-looking 80-year-old we know.

She could pin me two falls out of three.

We’re calling her in Hawaii on Saturday as a special guest on The  Stew.

Winner of an Academy Award, a Grammy, Multiple Junos, Order of Canada, and  – trust me – many more.

We’ll take time to talk to Buffy about her life, career highlights, personal moments that define who she is and what’s next.

Tucker Lane

Also from Saskatoon – Leslie Stanwyck and Johnny Sinclair from Tucker Lane. (X – Pursuit of Happiness)

They are releasing a new album called Random Fireworks on a beach obscured by trees.


In hour two of The Stew, we celebrate the life of Susan McCulloch. Lost to cancer Jan 12/2021.

Her family and friends are virtually gathered to remember the light of their life.

But Susan’s songs will play on.


Please join us in the music for Susan…


Mulligan Stew Feb 20 2021
Welcome to The Stew with TDMulligan Its Buffy’s Birthday – She’s our guest shortly
Squib Cakes Tower of Power Back to Oakland
Look at Little Sister Stevie Ray Vaughn The Real Deal www.river-café.com
Buffy Ste Marie Interview It’s Buffys Birthday – from Hawaii
Segments B.C and D
Mulligan Stew Playlist at
Stand by me Dominique Fils-Aime 3 little words
Tucker Lane Interview From Saskatoon
Ghosts Tucker Lane Random Fireworks on a beach obscured by Trees
Tucker Lane Interview
Stevie Nicks Freedom Tucker Lane Random Fireworks on a beach obscured by Trees
Tucker Lane Interview
Blue Sky High Tucker Lane Random Fireworks on a beach obscured by Trees
Free Fallin Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Full Moon Fever
Regret Corb Lund Cabin Fever (Deluxe)
Coming UP – Bonnie Raitt. Tina. CCR.Van.Neil.Otis The Stew Hour Two
Angel from Montgomery (live) Bonnie Raitt and friends Road Tested
Proud Mary Tina Turner 1993 Single
Bad Moom Rising Creedance Clearwater Revival Chronicles – 20 hits Coming UP – Van the Man, Neil Young, Otis Redding
Brown eyed girl Van Morrison Blowing your Mind
Harvest Moon Neil Young Harvest Moon
Dock of the Bay Otis Redding Dock of the Bay
This is The Stew with TDMulligan Podcast is Rock Camp – The Movie Subscribe at Spotify. Google.Apple Podcats
This hour celebrates the life of Susan McCulloch For her famiuly and dear friends..who are gathered..
Hotel California (live) The Eagles When Hell Freezes Over
Always Alright Alabama Shakes Silver Lining Playbook
When Love comes to town U2 and BB King Rattle and Hum Podcast is Rock Camp – The Movie
Power of Prayer Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band Letter for you
Song for Susan Crosby, Stills & Nash Daylight Again
We’ll meet again Johnny Cash Cash








Mulligan Stew Feb 13th 2021- Valentines Day Weekend 2021


Saturday night The STEW  will surely rock on Valentine’s Eve.

  Those two hours will feature great suggestions from two of whom is our own Ken Regan.

They requested

Coco Jafro


Rolling stones

Two songs by John Mayall and Peter Green


I surrounded those choices with


The O’Jays

Tami Nielson


Les McCann and Eddie Harris

Mose Allison


Ariel Posen

Tedeschi Trucks band

Neil Young

Norah Jones

Jerry Garcia Band Live  (Dear Prudence)

For Finley. Dancing in her PJ’s


The Mulligan Stew Podcast is with Kris Kristofferson

Kris Kristofferson has retired.

What a road he walked in his lifetime.

Hung around Johnny Cash’s studio as the janitor and pitched him multiple songs ((he talks about it here)

Helped to start the songwriting trend in Nashville that brought respectability to Country Music (he talks about it here)

Joined Waylon, Willie, and Johnny to form The Highwaymen.

Leaves behind a really good film career. From A Star is Born to Blade. ( (he talks about it here)

Awarded a Rhodes’ Scholarship. Was a helicopter pilot in the Army. ((he talks about it here)

When Kris left the Army to be a songwriter he was disowned by his family.

He leaves behind a wonderful rainbow of songs and memories of Janis Joplin, Johnny Cash, Shooter Jennings, the Cash film I walk the Line, John Prine, Dylan. All of which he talks about here.

This interview took place backstage at the 2006 Calgary Folk Festival.

It was a quickly arranged media press conference and the only other person I knew was Tom Coxworth, asking questions for Folk Routes.. I tried to include as many questions as I could hear on my recorder.

Kris’  greatest accomplishment?  Being a Father to 8 children.

Kris has asked that he would like the first three lines of Leonard Cohen’s Bird on a Wire to be on his tombstone

Like a bird on the wire
Like a drunk in a midnight choir
I have tried in my way to be free

Subscribe on Spotify, Google Play, and Apple Podcasts

Have a memorable  Valentine’s Weekend.  Give LOVE



The Stew Feb 13 2021 Valentines Weekend – Kissing with Masks on
Welcome to The Stew Two hours of hand picked Prime Cuts
Shame Tedeschi Trucks band Signs
Sweet love Coco Jafro Forces of nature
Now I see Ariel Posen Now I see
walk on (live) Neil Young NY at the Roxy.Tonights the Night
Don’t be denied Norah Jones Spotify singles Kris Kristofferson guests on the Stew Podcast
Across the great divide (live) The Band Rock of Ages
Dear Prudence (live) Jerry Garcia Band Jerry Garcia Band Next – IZ and The Stones for Finley and Buppy
Somewhere over the Rainbow. Wonderful World IZ IZ
Angie The Rolling Stones Goats Head Soup
This is Mulligan Stew – Year 115
If not for you George Harrison All things must pass
Love train O’Jays Love Train – Best of
call your mama Tami Neilson Re-mastered Chicka Boom
Mulligan Stew Podcast Kris Kristofferson guests on the Stew Podcast
So many roads John Mayall with Peter Green A hard road
It hurts me too John Mayall with Peter Green Looking back
ol’ 55 The Eagles Very best of
Better now Serena Ryder The art of falling apart
The STEW – with tdm Kris Kristofferson guests on the Stew Podcast
Black Magic Woman/Gypsy Queen (live) Santana Sacred Fire
Compared to what (live) Les McCann and Eddie Harris Jazz Classics
your mind is on vacation Mose Allison Mose allison
Mulligan Stew Podcast Special Guest – Kris Kristofferson
Baby Love The Supremes Where did our love go
mulligan stew Love the one you’re with
See the light Emily Rault See the light

Mulligan Stew Feb 6th 2020- Happy Birthday 1971


Happy Birthday 1971

1971 was a great year for music and classic albums. The last 30 minutes of The Stew will salute just a handful of the landmark releases.

Many still play well..some really need to be re-discovered.

Rod Stewart – Every picture tells a story

Elton John – Madman Across the Water

Dave Edmonds – Rockpile

The Rolling Stones – Sticky Fingers

Marvin Gate – What’s goin’ on

Janis Joplin – Pearl

Bill Withers – Just as I am

PK – please don’t yell if YOUR favorite is not on this list – there WILL be others all year long.

As for the rest of The Stew on this Super Bowl Weekend


Double shots of

The Byrds


Harry Manx (and Kevin Breit)

Play the Music

Play Ball

The Mulligan Stew Podcast features an interview with Shawn Edwards. Film critic and writer, who founded The Celebration of Black Cinema in LA.

It was a fantastic year for black filmmakers and films.

Shawn takes us through the year of black cinema and who the event honored.

(Delroy Lindo/John Legend, Tessa Thompson,  Leslie Odom Jr. Chadwick Boseman, Andra Day, and more)


Mulligan Stew Feb 6 2021 Super Bowl Weekend
Life by the drop Stevie Ray Vaughn The Essential SRV
To love somebody Lindi Ortega To love somebody
I got you Michael Franti single
I’ve got dreams Toots and the Maytals Toots in Memphis www.river-café.com
I got you James Brown and the Famous Flames I got you
Stronger than me Amy Winehouse & Jools Holland Later with Jools Holland
Ahead by a Century The Tragically Hip Trouble at the Hen House
Coming UP on The Stew – Ben & Charlie. Black Keys. Coldplay Playlist at
The bottle wins again Ben Harper and Charlie Musslewhite No Mercy (deluxe)
Mind eraser Black Keys El Camino
Broken coldplay Everyday Life
Looking for a Love Jim Byrnes Walking Stick
Coming UP – a salute to 1971 & the LPs that turn 50
Sailing shoes (live) Little Feat Best of
Astral Weeks-Transended Van Morrison Astral Weeks Live at Hollywood Bowl
Coming UP – a salute to 1971 & the LPs that turn 50
my back pages (live) Roger McGuinn. Clapton. Dylan.Geo Harrison . Tom Petty etc Dylan 30th ann. Concert celebration MSG.NYC
You ain’t goin nowhere The Byrds Sweet heart of the Rodeo
Stairway to Heaven (acoustic) Jimmy Page. Robert Plant Royal Orleans
Baby. Come on home Led Zeppelin Coda (deluxe) NEXT Harry Manx and then back to 1971
Spoonful (live) Harry Manx Live
Mr Lucky Harrry Manx and Kevin Breit Strickly whatever
In good we trust (partial) harry and kevin Strickly whatever
Mulligan Stew on CKUA Radyo
Reason to believe Rod Stewart Every picture tells a story
Levon Elton John Madman across the water
I hear you knocking Dave Edmonds Rockpile
You got to move The Rolling Stones Sticky Fingers NEXT – Marvin. Janis. Bill Withers
What’s going on Marvin Gaye Whats going on
Me and Bobby McGee Janis Joplin and Tull Tilt Boogie Band Pearl
Thanks for listening
3 requests (and why? Got a story with it?)
Ain’t no sunshine Bill Withers Best of

Mulligan Stew Jan 30 2021- Donor Requests!


Heading back to the donor request list.

A – Because they’re  DONORS

B – Because the lists and stories  are fantastic

Corb Lund/Joel Plaskett/Ronnie Lane and Slim Chance/The Who/Trombone Shorty/Eliza Gilkyson/The Beatles/Branford Marsalis and Eric Clapton (Live)/Paul Simon (Live)

We Kick off with

Lightning Hopkins


Son of Dave (new)

Daniel Lanois (new)

Jon Batiste (new)

Cultura Profetica (new)

Serena Ryder (new)

Selwyn Birchwood (new)

And some classics

Dire Straits – Communique

Tom Cochrane – Big League

Robbie Robertson and Van Morrison – I hear you paint houses

Bonnie Raitt – Fearless Love

Crescent City Gold – Hang Tough


Mulligan Stew – 26 years of Hits and Misses
Sail on Lightnin Hopkins Fishing Clothes
Long as I can see the light CCR Cosmo’s Factopry
what a life Son of Dave single
Power Daniel Lanois Power Coming UP – Listener requests
Love and happiness Cultura Profetica spotify singles
I need you Jon Batiste I need you
all you need is love The Beatles Magical Mystery Tour Listener requests – Next Wash yer hands
Bible on the Dash Corb Lund Cabin Fever
Joel Plaskett Through and through and through
Tin and Tambourine Ronnie Lane and Slim Chance Slim Chance
I can’t explain The Who Best of
Mercy mercy Me Marvin Gaye Best of
Mulligan Stew – 26 years and counting
Communique Dire Straits Communique NEXT – Serena. Tom Cochrane. Robbie Robertson
Hang Tough Crescent City Gold Ultimate Session
She’s a dime Selwyn Birchwood Living in a burning house
Better now Serena Ryder single
Big League Tom Cochrane Best of
I hear you paint houses Robbie Robertson and Van Morrison Sinematic
Mulligan Stew Podcast – kdlang Spotify Google Play Apple Podcasts
Fearless Love Bonnie Raitt Fundamental
This is Mulligan Stew
Hurricane season Trombone Shorty Backatown
Sooner or later Eliza Gilkinson 2020
Rocky Racoon The Beatles White LP NEXT – Clapton and Paul Simon – Both Live in NYC
Forty Four (live) Wynton Marsalis and Eric Clapton Play the Blues- Jazz at Lincoln Centre
Graceland (live) Paul Simon Live at Central park NYC


Mulligan Stew Jan 23rd 2021- The Piano Special


It started with a donor suggestion. Many shows do.


“Hey. How about a Piano Special. Outstanding keyboard artists over the years”


I immediately thought about Johnny Johnson, the pianist behind a lot of Chuck Berry hits. He usually got buried in the final mix, playing underneath Chucks vocals and guitar. But you could tell he was driving the bus. Chuck wrote Johnny B Goode for him.  I thought of Earl Van Dyke who lead the Motown Band, Champion Jack Dupree who was in the same  troubled boys school  in New Orleans as Louis Armstrong,  thought about the late great Richard Bell. Not only was he one of the very best players I have ever heard, he was just the nicest human being. Played with Ronnie Hawkins, Colin Linden, Janis Joplin and finally The Band. (Taking over from the late Richard Manuel) and he was proudly Canadian.

So that’s where this 2 hour piano special started.


Richard Bell (King Biscuit Boy)

Johnny Johnson (Chuck Berry)

Alan Price

Earl van Dyke (Years of Motown hits)

Champion Jack Dupree (New Orleans style)

Ike Turner (Howling Wolf)

Paul McCartney

Leon Russell (Joe Cocker)

Billy Preston (The Beatles)

Carole King

Aretha Franklin

Little Richard (doing Jerry Lee)

Jerry Lee Lewis (doing Little Richard)

Fats Domino

Booker T

Ray Charles

Stevie Wonder

Steve Winwood

Billy Joel

Elton John

Dr John

Roy Bittan (Bruce Springsteen)

Ian Stewart (the 6th Rolling Stone)

Bill Payne (Little Feat)

Richard Manuel/Garth Hudson  (The Band)

Brian Wilson

Randy Newman

Jon Batiste (Colbert Late Show)


There were so many others on the list, I’m thinking there’s  a Part Two forming.


Thanks to Michael Witt for his suggestion






The Stew Jan 23 2021 The Piano Special
Mulligan Stew Jan 23 2021 – Piano Special …………….Jan 23 2021
Done tore your playhouse down again King Biscuit Boy (Richard Bell) Badly Bent Best of King Biscuit Boy & Gooduns
I put a spell on you Alan Price The price to play
Johnny B Goode Chuck Berry ( Johnny Johnson) Rock and Roll Rarities
www.river-café.com Piano Special
Pride and Joy Marvin Gaye (Earl Van Dyke) Hitsville
How many more years Howling Wolf (Ike Turner) The Definitive Collection
Old time rock and roll Champion Jack Dupree Golden Selections
Our first ever piano special
Little woman love Paul McCartney RAM Coming UP – Leon Russell. Billy Preston. Carole King. Aretha
This is our first piano special Still to come Ray Charles.Little Richardf. Jerry Lee. Fats.Stevie. Billy. Elton
Cry me a river (live) Joe Cocker (Leon Russell) Mad Dogs and Englishmen
Get Back The Beatles (Billy Preston) 1 (One)
I feel the Earth move (live) Carole King Live at Montreaux 73
Dr Feelgood Aretha Franklin (Aretha and Spooner Oldham) I never loved a man
TDMulligan – Mulligan Stew. The Piano Special
Whole Lotta Shakin going on (live) Little Richard Cast a long shadow
Long Tall Sally (live) Jerry Lee Lewis Greatest Live show on Earth
The Fat Man (live) Fats Domino Sentimental Journey (University of New Orleans)
Green Onions Booker T and the MG’s Best of
Coming UP Ray Charles, Stevie Wonder. Steve Winwood
Mess around Ray Charles Rock and Roll
Superstitous Stevie Wonder Talking Book
Glad (live) Steve Winwood. Eric Clapton Live at MSG Coming UP – Billy Joel and Elton John
NY State of Mind (live) Billy Joel The Stranger Legacy Edition (Carnegie Hall)
Take me to the Pilot Elton John Elton John
Tipatina Dr John Gumbo Coming UP – Stones.Randy Newman. Brian Wilson.The Band.BRUUUUCE
Thunder Road Bruce Springsteen E St Band ( Roy Bittan) Born to Run
Hide your love The Rolling Stones (Ian Stewart) Goats Head Soup
Dixie Chicken Little Feat (Bill Payne) Dixie Chicken
TDMulligan – The Stew
Sleeping The Band (Rich Manuel and Garth Hudson) Stage Fright ReMix Last 3 pianists Brian Wilson.Randy Newman.Jon Batiste
Love and Mercy (live) Brian Wilson Love and Mercy
It’s money that I love Randy Newman Songbook
Thanks for checking in
It’s all right Jon Batiste Soul – soundtrack


Mulligan Stew Jan 16th 2021-Requests, a bag of Beatles and a lotta LIVE


Another week of headlines and deadlines. What it needs is MUSIC


Last week I mentioned on-air if the audience wrote me some requests, 3 tracks, and why those choices, I’d do my best to include some in The Stew.

The response was immediate and great fun.

I think there’s 8 total this week and really good choices for Steve Earle, Tom Petty Live, The Band Live, Mike Plume Band, Aaron Neville, Black Keys, Dr. John, Janis Joplin Live.  More to come next week.  Did I mention this was fun?

Our donors asked for new Springsteen plus  Tom Petty and Stevie Nicks (stop dragging) and Fresh  Canadian voices.  So I played Ruby Waters, CoCo Love Alcorn, Bebe Buckskin, Mariel Buckley (with Bros Landreth)

Saturday night music from Jr Wells, Clapton Unplugged, and the last 7 tracks of Abbey Road/The Beatles.

And a heads up –  The Mulligan Stew Podcast is a spirited and warm exchange with Order of Canada inductee Art Bergmann and a short conversation with  The  Director of the film documentary MLK/FBI Sam Pollard.

Please consider celebrating the legacy of Dr.  Martin Luther King Jr.


Mulligan Stew Jan 16. 2021
Welcome to Mulligan Stew with tdmulligan It’s request time
Breakdown (live) Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Plantation Live
red and white blues Mike Plume Band red and white blues
Ghosts Bruce Springsteen and the E St Band Letter for you Coming UP – Requewsrs for Aaron Neville & Black Keys
Tell it like it is Aaron Neville Best of
Eagle Birds Black Keys Let’s Rock
This is Mulligan Stew
Stop draggin my heart around Stevie Nicks and Tom Petty Bella Donna (on YouTube)
The Weight (live) The Band The Last Waltz
Someday Steve Earle Guitar Town
Walking Blues (live) Eric Clapton MTV Unplugged
Mulligan Stew Coming UP a request for Janis Joplin Live
Ball and Chain (live) Coming UP – Janis and The Beatles 7 Abbey Road tracks The Woodstock Experience
This is Mulligan Stew – Year 26 Podcast is – Art Bergmann spotify google play apple podcasts
sun king the Beatles Abbey Road
Mean Mr Mustard the Beatles Abbey Road
She came in through the bathroom window the Beatles Abbey Road
Golden slumbers the Beatles Abbey Road
Carry that weight the Beatles Abbey Road
The End the Beatles Abbey Road
Mulligan Stew Podcast Art Bergmann – Order of Canada Punk Pioneer
Quantum Physics Ruby Waters if it comes down to it
Trouble CoCo Love Alcorn Wonderland coming UP – A Double Dip of DooWop
Charlie Brown The Coasters Best of
Goodnight Sweetheart Goodnight The Spaniels Best of
Art Bergmann is the MulliganStew Podcast
I walk on guilded splinters Dr John Gris Gris
Satisfaction Jr Wells All Blues’d up
Mulliganstew Podcast is with Art Bergmann – Order of Canada
Muskeg Blues BeBe Buckskin Muskeg Blues Send 3 requests to
When I call your name Mariel Buckley w Bros. Landreth Something new Something blue


Mulligan Stew Jan 9th 2021- Weeping in The Promised Land


All time is history. However…right now we appear to be living through a very historical time. For all the wrong reasons.

A Covid 19 pandemic systematically stealing lives.

Angry revolts in the streets of America. Divided friends and families.

Dark and lonely days my friends.

It’s a lot to ask music to heal these days but heal it can.  That’s asking a lot of artists who are going through their own hell.

But try we must. heal we must.

Let’s try on Saturday night…One tune at a time including one very special song from John Fogerty.

It’s called Weeping in the Promised land.

John wrote the title down 25 years ago and only now has it become a record.

John couldn’t figure what the song wanted to say until 2020.  Then it came to him.

Just John Fogerty at a piano and an unseen choir.  Powerful stuff friends…

(the video below is a slightly different version of the one I’m going to play)

Along the way we’re going to celebrate famous birthdays on this Day Jan 9

Dave Mathews  – 1967

Jimmy Page – 1944

Joan Baez – 1941

Roy Head – 1941

We’ll also play tunes by Lou Reed – who married a cocktail waitress named Betty in 1973. For a couple of days.

The Beatles whose album Beatles 65 went from #98 to #1 in a week in 1965

The Rolling Stones – because the heart and soul of that band Mr. Charlie Watts first sat down at the  Stones drum kit in 1963.

Throw in some Bob Dylan – Crossing the Rubicon

The Band and The Staple Singers

Leeroy Stagger

BB King and Van Morrison

BB King and Eric Clapton

Steve Earle

Ray Charles

Chrissie Hynde

Onward my friends – there’s a new day coming


Mulligan Stew Jan 9 2021 Onward
Albert’s Shuffle Kooper. Bloomfield.Stills Super Session
Stronger than that Bahamas Bahamas is Afie
Subterranean Homesick Blues Rickey Lee Jones The Village
Heatwave (live) Joan Osbourne Standing in the Shadow of Motown
early in the morning BBKIng and Van Morrison BB King and friends (80)
Riding with the King BBKing and Eric Clapton Riding with the King NEXT – Dave Mathews.Led Zep.Joan Baez.Roy Head
you and me Dave Mathews Band Big Whiskey
Going to California Led Zeppelin LZ 4
The night they drove old Dixie down Joan Baez Blessed are…
Treat her right Roy Head Still treat em right Coming UP – A Beatles Mix
I’ll be back The Beatles Beatles 65
Watching the wheels Chris Cornell No one sings like you anymore tdmulligan
Weeping in a Promised Land John Fogerty Single
This is Mulligan Stew www.mulliganstew.cxa
walking the dog The Rolling Stones Englands Newest Hitmakers
Dirty Blvd Lou Reed Dirty Blvd
Good News CoCo Love Alcorn Wonderland
Crossing the Rubicon Bob Dylan Rough and Rowdy Ways NEXT – The Band and The Staple Singers
The Last Waltz Suite – The Weight The Band and Staple Singers The Last Waltz
Caught in the Middle Leeroy Stagger Me and The Mountain Coming UP – Steve Earle. Dion. Ray Charles.Chrissie Hynde
Champagne Corolla Steve Earle JT
blues coming on Dion and Joe Bonamassa Blues with Friends
Mulligan Stew
Drown in my own tears (live) Ray Charles Live
How glad I am Chrissie Hynde and Valve Bone Woe Valve Bone Woe



Mulligan Stew Jan 2nd 2021- Top Albums of the Year featuring 12 guests!


 12 Interview Guests – One for Each Month

On New Year’s Day CKUA Radio revealed their Top 100 Albums of 2020.


(Music that got us through)

When I saw who was on the list – I saw friends who had agreed to guest on Mulligan Stew throughout the year.

So……I’m very happy to tell you that our  guests are

Frazey Ford

William Prince

Margo Price

Ron Sexsmith

Roy Forbes

Andy Shauf

Mike Plume

Corb Lund

Nathaniel Rateliff


Elvis Costello

Tami Neilson


It will be my pleasure to host the feature interview with Frazey Ford and tell her she was  #1 for 2020.

Plus we finish with tracks from

Bruce Springsteen (who did not make the list – um Hellooooo?)


The man who released the BEST album of 2020 – Rough and Rowdy Ways – Bob Dylan!!


HAVE A GREAT 2021 – Onward My Friends


The Stew Jan 2 – Interview Guests who made the Top 100
Frazey Ford Interview #1 on CKUA Top 100
U and Me Frazey Ford U Kin B the Sun
Frazey Ford Interview #1 on CKUA Top 100
Azad Frazey Ford U Kin B the Sun
Frazey Ford Interview SURPRISE!!!! NEXT – Ron Sexsmith And Rockin Roy
Ron Sexsmith #70 – Top 100/2020
Spring of the Following Year Ron Sexsmith Meritage
Roy Forbes Interview #46 – Top 100 / 2020
Don’t let go Roy Forbes Edge of Blue
The Stew Jan 2 – Top 100 Hits of 2020 NEXT – William Prince. Margo Price.Tami Neilson. Mike Plume
William Prince Interview #5 Top 100/2020
The Spark William Prince Reliever
Mulligan Stew Jan 2
Margo Price Interview #26 – Top 100/2020
When I’m gone Margo Price That’s how rumours get started
Mulligan Stew Jan 2
Tami Neilson Interview #16 – Top 100
Queenie Queenie Tami Neilson Chicka Boom
Mike Plume Interview #53 – Top 100
Perfume and Gasoline Mike Plume Lonesome Stretch of Highway Still to come Corb . Nathaniel. Afie Elvis
Andy Shauf Interview #18 – Top 100
Neon Skyline Andy Shauf Neon Skyline
Mulligan Stew Jan 2 Interview Guests who made the Top 100
Corb Lund Interview #4 – Top 100 of 2020
90 seconds of your time Corb Lund Agricultural Tragic
Nathaniel Rateliff Interview #38 – Top 100
But it’s alright Nathaniel Rateliff But it’s alright
Bahamas Interview (Afie Jurvanen) #36
Less than love Bahamas Sad Hunk Coming Up Kathleen Edwards
Hard on everyone #13 Kathleen Edwards Total Freedom
Strong Enough Ray Lamontagne Monovision
Mulligan Stew Jan 2 Still to come Elvis Costello. Bruce Springsteen and Dylan
Elvis Costello Interview #39 – Top 100
Hey Clockface Elvis Costello Hey Clockface
The Power of Prayer Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band A Letter to you Have a GREAT 2021 – Onward Friends
Murder most Fowl #27 Bob Dylan Rough and Rowdy Ways

Mulligan Stew Dec 26th 2020- Boxing Day Blowout!


What does one do with a Boxing Day on radio.?


Unlike Christmas, there are very few Boxing Day songs, films, there’s no Boxing Day freakin Elves.

The party is OVER.

Throw another log on the fire.

Sleep. Nap. Repeat!

And listen to the BOXING DAY STEW ON CKUA Radio.


We are one week away from announcing the CKUA Top 100 albums of 2020.

( Jan 1st pretty much all day – the #1 artist will be announced around 5:50 PM on New Years Day.)


Then next Saturday, Jan 2 I will have that artist on Mulligan Stew for a surprise interview.


So this week I was thinking about memorable interviews and albums that should be considered..

We’ll go back and hear short comments from…

Colin Linden about Blackie and the Rodeo Kings King of this town.

The War and Treaty and their album Hearts Town.

Kurt Vile – singing with John Prine on Speed Sound Lonely KV (ep)

Eric Burton – Writer/Singer/Busker for Black Pumas

Check out the playlist below – IT’S A BOXING DAY BLOWOUT!!

From Albert King to Springsteen Live and  Ry Cooder. Mavis/Buddy Miller/New McCartney/Charlie Hunter and Electric Butter.

Hozier. New Bros. Landreth. Margo Price. Bahamas.

And classics from

Led Zeppelin


Van Morrison

Otis Redding

Sam Cooke

Wilson Pickett

Howling Wolf with Clapton and The Stones.

Happy New Year from The Stew CREW


The Boxing Day Stew Year 2020 Dec 26 2020 What a Year
The Boxing Day Stew Year – Dec 26 2020 Highlights of the Year
Breaking up somebody’s home Albert King I’ll play the blues
Fever (live) Bruce Springsteen and the E St Band The Live Series. Winterland 78
Down in Mississippi (remastered) Ry Cooder Crossroads Soundtrack Coming UP – The War and Treaty
The War and Treaty comment on 5 more minutes Michael Trotter Jr – Tanya Blount
5 more minutes The War and Treaty Hearts Town Coming UP – Mavis Live
No time for crying (live) Mavis Staples Live in London
Cripple Creek (live) Buddy Miller.Larry Campbell.Teresa Williams Cripple Creek
Women and Wives Paul McCartney McCartney Three The Boxing Day Stew – 2020
Colin Linden Comment From Feb 2020
King of this Town Blackie and the Rodeo Kings King of this Town
Peace Train The Bros. Landreth and Murray Pulver Single
Stronger than that Bahamas Bahamas is Afie The Boxing Day Stew – 2020
I Ain’t Superstitious Howling Wolf The London Sessions
Pain in my heart Otis Redding Pain in my heart
Ain’t that good news Sam Cooke Ain’t that good news Thank you for your 2020
Eric Burton Comments Black Pumas Busking
Colors (Acoustic) Black Pumas Black Pumas
634-5789 Wilson Pickett Best of
Electric Butter Charlie Hunter. Chris Lujan & Electric Butter
Work Song Hozier Hozier Coming UP – Kurt Vile
Going to California Led Zeppelin How the West was won
I just want to make love to you The Rolling Stones Rarities
4 years of chances Margo Price Mid West Farmers Daughter
mulligan stew – Year 26
Kurt Vile comments
Lucky Man Kurt Vile Spped. Sound. Lonely. KV (EP) HaPPY New Year ALL – Come ON 2021
Caravan (live) Van Morrison It’s too late to stop now