Mulligan Stew

Mulligan Stew Sept 17th 2022-Special Guest Nuela Charles


It’s going to be a busy Saturday night on the mighty 580.

Mulligan Stew welcomes Edmonton’s, Nuela CharlesFriday she releases her self-titled  4th album.

It’s got a great groove top to bottom and signals a breakthrough for Nuela. Taking charge of her career and stepping out.

Has dates in Germany in a week  and then appears at Breakout West in Calgary Sept 29 and Oct 1st

We talk about the songs and her future plus kind words about how CKUA  supported her career.

The complete interview – the whole thang – can be heard on the Mulligan Stew Podcast.

It’s Hank Williams birthday on Saturday – Yes,  we start with  Hank but then follow with Hank songs by Fats Domino, Norah Jones, Bob Dylan and ….Rockin’ Roy Forbes. (Taj as well..later on)

We lost Jimi Hendrix Sept 18 1970 – he’s ”remembered” (one of my most memorable interviews)

It’s harvest time all around us.

Sept 17th was also the date for the 15th Farm Aid in Bristow Virginia. We’re Playing 3 headliners..

Willie Nelson, BareNaked Ladies and Neil Young. Neil starts things off with a strong message about farmers and farming families.

New music from Nuela Charles/Whitehorse/Marcus King/Buddy Miller/The New Mastersounds/Margo Price/Mayer Hawthorne/Harrison Kennedy

Classics from The Band/Jackson Browne/The Beatles/The Who/Temps/Dan Mangan

All in All – a fun two hours..




Mulligan Stew Terry David Mulligan Guest Nuela Charles
Fall In Tedeschi Trucks Band I am the Moon (One)
The Walk Mayer Hawthorne New Blues Roots
The Obvious Child Paul Simon The Rhythm of the Saints
You lost me Harrison Kennedy Thanks for Tomorrow
Mulligan Stew Coming UP – Its all about HANK @tdmulligan
I’m so lonesome I could could cry Hank Williams Best of
Jambalaya Fats Domino best of FATS
Cold cold Heart Norah Jones Come away with me
I can’t get you out of my mind Bob Dylan Timeless Hank Williams
I’m so lonesome I could cry Roy Forbes Almost Overnight
Terry David Mulligan Mulligan Stew Year 26 NEXT – Margo. Beatles The Band
Been to the Mountain Margo Price single
Don’t let me down The Beates 67-70
Ain’t that a lot of love The Band Islands
[email protected] Coming UP – Jackson Browne Details at mulligan stew
The load out (live) Jackson Browne Running on Empty
Stay (live) Jackson Browne Running on Empty
Whatcha want The New Mastersounds with Eddie Roberts Whatcha Want
Mulligan Stew Coming – Farm Aid 2000 &remembering Jimi Guest Nuela Charles
Division 5 Whitehorse I’m not crying, You’re crying
Mind your own business Taj Mahal Senor Blues
Dark Cloud Marcus King Young Blood
The way you do the things you do The Temptaions Hitsville
Shelter me Buddy Miller Universal United House of Prayer
Peaks and Valleys Dan Mangan More or Less
Terry David Mulligan Requests [email protected] NEXT – Farm Aid 2000
From Hank to Hendrix (live) Neil Young Farm Aid 2000
On the road again Willie Nelson Farm Aid 2000
One Week (live) BareNaked Ladies Farm Aid 2000
Coming UP – The Who, Jimi and Nuela Charles Brings her new self titled album @tdmulligan
Happy Jack The Who Greatest Hits Live
Remember Jimi Hendrix Experience Are you experienced
Nuela Charles Interview complete interview – Mulligan Stew Podcast TDMulligan
Heavy Nuela Charles Nuela Charles
Nuela Charles Interview TDMulligan
-Complete Interview Mulligan Stew Podcast
Worthy Nuela Charles Nuela Charles
Nuela Charles Interview Complete Interview – Mulligan Stew Podcast @tdmulligan
Save Me Nuela Charles Nuela Charles


Mulligan Stew Sept 10th 2022- Featured Guest Michael Calabrese-Lake Street Dive


Michael Calabrese.  Original member and drummer return to The Stew. Their new album Fun Machine The Sequel drops Friday.

It’s been 10 years since the first Fun Machine album when they played  small noisy bars .  Now, 10 years later on their current tour  this weekend they play Radio City Music  Hall (sold out),  2 nights at Hollywood Bowl and 2 nights at The Fox in Oakland. Plus an Oct 11 date at the Orpheum in Vancouver.

Plus Ann Vriend (now being called AV) is returning to her porch in McCauley area of Edmonton  Sunday afternoon at 2 pm for a free neighborhood show. ( Please take a look at Merch available)

(1/2 block East of Lucky 97)

New single Don’t Wait from Everybody Matters is out now.

Saturday Donors on Stew would like early rock, R&B, soul. Lining up James Brown. Sam Cooke, The Killer JLL, Ben E King, The Drifters, Rev Al Green


We play the top three tracks in Q&A Magazines Best British Song of all Time. “The ultimate sonic rendition of what it means to be British”

Bands are Kinks. Beatles and Oasis. 

Can you name the song and order? 

The podcast is the complete Lake Street Dive interview. 

Upcoming guests include 

Ken Ehrlich. Legendary Grammy Producer who wrote album notes for his friend Mac Rebennack and his last new album Things Happen That Way. Lots of Dr John memories. 

Nuela Charles – new album 

Art Bergmann – dealing with loss. 

Joe Keithley – Runs for Re-election 

 Kandle & Neil Osborne – The Family Curse 


Mulligan Stew Terry David Mulligan Ann Vriend and Lake Street Dive
I want you back Lake Street Dive Fun Machine – EP
Who’s foolin’ Who Ann Vriend Everybody Matters
I’ve got to get to you Dion. Boz Scaggs got to get to you
Sailin’ Shoes Joey Landreth All that you dream
Today’s guests Ann Vriend & Lake Street Dive Mulligan Stew Year 26 @tdmulligan
Love and Happiness Rev. Al Green I’m still in love with you
The Stew TDMulligan playlist at mulliganstew
Tutti Fruiti Little Richard Little Richard
TDM Coming UP Jerry Lee, Ben E King. Drifters @tdmulligan
Spanish Harlem Ben E King Spanish Harlem
CKUA Mulligan Stew Guests: Ann Vriend & Lake Street Dive
This Magic Moment The Drifters Golden Hits
QMag Best Brit song of all time a song that says/feels what it means to be British’ We play the Top Three
WonderWall Oasis What’s the Story (Morning Glory)
Waterloo Sunset The Kinks Picture Book
A day in the Life The Beatles Sgt Pepper
Coming UP Lake Street Dive New Album Fun Machine: The Sequel
Out of sight James Brown and the Famous Flames Star Time
Bring it on Home Sam Cooke (with Lou Rawls) Best of
Next on Hour Two of The Stew New Dr John &classic Neville Brothers Interview with Lake Street Dive
Sleeping dogs best left alone Dr John Things Happen That Way
VooDoo The Neville Brothers Yellow Moon
Goodbye Jimmy Reed Bob Dylan Rough and Rowdy Ways
Love and Affection Joan Armatrading Joan Armatrading
High and Lonesome Robert Plant & Alison Krauss Raise the Roof
TDMulligan Welcomes Ann Vriend and Lake Street Dive @tdmulligan
Requests [email protected] NEXT Ann Vriend & Lake Street Dive Interviews and new music
Ann Vriend Interview 2PM Sunday Free Concert on her porch near East of Lucky 97
Don’t Wait AV – Ann Vriend Everybody Matters
Never make your move too soon (live) BBKing. The Crusaders. Royal Phil. Royal Jam
Michael Calabrese Interview Lake Street Dive Playing tonight Radio City Music Hall
Nick of Time Lake Street Dive Fun Machine – The Sequel
Michael Calabrese Interview Complete interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast
Linger Lake Street Dive Fun Machine – The Sequel
Michael Calebrese Interview Complete Int on Mulligan Stew Podcast Album Fun Machine – The Sequel
Automatic Lake Street Dive Fun Machine – The Sequel

Mulligan Stew Sept 3rd 2022- Blow The Walls Out!


Two donors this week.

The first, The Witt Family  in Calgary,  suggested a September theme,  after prodding from me.

I’d been working  on a half dozen tracks that describe  what the change of season feels like musically.

The Temptations “it was the 3rd of Sept”

Earth Wind and Fire

Frazey Ford

Rosanne and Johnny Cash

Corb Lund

Willie Nelson

Mixed in are new tracks from California Honeydrops, Son Real, Tedeschi Trucks Band, The Waterboys.

And two classics  Pride and Joy from Marvin Gaye and Mercy, Mercy, Mercy from Cannonball Adderley

Hour Two – completely different donor and direction  (Brian Barrish)

We exchanged verbs and adjectives.

“What can I play?”

“Its the last Saturday of the Summer




Fabulous Thunderbirds




Bonnie Raitt

Bob Marley/Wailers

Tom Petty Live

Van the man Live at The  Last Waltz

Steely Dan Live

Mariel Buckley, Harrison Kennedy and John Prine


Interviews coming

Nuela Charles

Early James

The Family Curse

Ken Ehrlich – Dr John album







Mulligan Stew Terry David Mulligan CKUA Radio
Papa was a Rolling Stone The Temptations 20th Century Masters
September Earth Wind and Fire September
September Fields Frazey Ford Indian Ocean
September it comes Rosanne and Johnny Cash Rules of Travel
September Corb Lund Cabin Fever (Deluxe)
September Song Willie Nelson Stardust
September Songs on September Stew TDMullligan The Stew is now On Demand
I miss you (Part 1) The California Honeydrops Single
Remember Me for Me Son Real (with Lily Moore) Single
The September Stew Terry David Mulligan mulliganstewdotca
Soul Sweet Song Tedeschi Trucks Band I am the Moon 4: Farewell
Mercy, Mercy, Mercy! Cannonball Adderley Quintet
Jazz Profile: Cannonball Adderley
TDMulligan Mulligan Stew Year 26 Find us – CKUA On Demand
Passing Through The Waterboys All Souls Hill
Pride and Joy Marvin Gaye Hitsville
NEXT – We ‘blow the walls off’ The September Stews TDMulligan
Look at that !Look at that! The Fabulous Thunderbirds The Essential FB
Don’t try to lay no Boogie Long John Baldry It ain’t easy
Rockin’ at Midnight The Honeydrippers The Honeydrippers Vol 1
The Weight Aretha Franklin This girl’s in Love with you
Love so strong Bonnie Raitt Just like that
Could you be loved Bob Marley and the Wailers Uprising
mulliganstewdotca -Blowing’ the walls off NEXT – Tom Petty Live
Breakdown (live) Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers Pack up the Plantation (LIVE)
Where I used to be Mariel Buckley Where I used to be
TDM Coming UP – The Band and Steely Dan LIVE -Blowing the Walls off
All I need is you Harrison Kennedy (Ruthie Foster. Colin Linden) Thanks for Tomorrow
Coming Up Van and The Band Live Steely Dan Live
Caravan (live) The Band with Van Morrison The Last Waltz
Reeling ‘ in the Years (live) Steely Dan N. East Corridor
Thanks for Listening Check out The Stew at CKUA On Demand Blow your own walls off
Summer’s End John Prine The Tree of Forgiveness

Mulligan Stew Aug 27th 2022-Special Guest Mariel Buckley


Aug 27th 1990.  Alpine Valley. The middle of the Night.

Stevie Ray Vaughn had played his set ..helicopters were standing by to take the next performers down the mountain.

Crew members piled in..Stevie and brother Jimmy wanted to fly together but there was only one seat left. Stevie took it.,

That flight crashed into the mountain peak, killing all aboard.

The World lost one of its  greatest performers ever.

I interviewed Stevie maybe 5-6 times. The best one was the last because he had stopped drinking and was clear and smiling.

We remember Stevie Ray..

Our guest Saturday is Mariel Buckley with her new album Everywhere I used to be.  Its currently the #1 album on the CKUA Top 30 chart.

The complete interview can be heard on the Mulligan Stew Podcast and seen on terrydavidmulligan YouTube Channel. (It’s a hoot)

New music from

Early James

Dan Mangan

Bonnie Raitt

Tami Neilson

Willie and Lucinda Williams

Willie and Dr John

Dr John and Aaron Neville

Lake Street Dive

Ariel Posen

Classics from

Tom Petty

Ricky Lee Jones

Chuck E Weiss

Dave Mathews Band

Bros Landreth and Mariel Buckley

Little Feat



Mulligan Stew Terry David Mulligan Special Guest Mariel Buckley
Six strings down (live) Jimmy Vaughn and all stars The Essential Jimmy Vaughn
Things that I used to do (live) Stevie Ray Vaughn ( and Jimmy) Live at Carnegie Hall
Mulligan Stew – @tdmulligan Mariel Buckley Interview in Hour Two Coming Up – More SRV and friends
Life by the drop Doyle Bramhall Fitchburg St
Brothers The Vaughn Brothers Family Style
Gimme that old time religion Dr John and Willie Nelson Things happen that way
Green Peaches Tami Neilson Kingmaker
Mulligan Stew Aug 27 Guest – Mariel Buckley with new music TDMulligan
What a strange time to be alive Early James What a strange time to be Alive
Fire Escape Dan Mangan single
Made up mind Bonnie Raitt Just like that
TDMulligan The Stew Mariel becomes a Landreth Bros.
When I call your name The Bros Landreth and Mariel Buckley Something New. Something Blue
Info about – OnDemand at CKUA TDMulligan @tdmulligan Coming UP – Little Feat Live
Time loves a Hero (live) Little Feat Waiting for Columbus
Day or Night Little Feat Waiting for Columbus
Mulligan Stew – Year 26 TDMulligan Coming UP – Mariel Buckley Interview
Won’t back down (live at Fillmore. SF 97) Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers An American Treasure
End of the Line Dr John and Aaron Neville Things happen that way
Up from the Skies Rickie Lee Jones POP pop
Extremely Cool Chuck E Weiss Extremely Cool
Coming UP – Mariel Buckley Interview Everywhere I used to be #1 on CKUA Top 30
Lousiana Bayou Dave Mathews Band Stand Up
Automatic Lake Street Dive Fun Machine – The Sequel
Better’s on the Way Ariel Posen Downtown EP
The Stew Year 26 with terry david mulligan NEXT = Willie, Lucinda and Mariel
Live Forever Now Willie Nelson and Lucinda Williams single
Mariel Buckley Interview with TDMulligan The album – Everywhere I Used To Be
Shooting at the Moon Mariel Buckley Everywhere I used to be
Mariel Buckley Interview Complete Interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast and tdm you tube channel
Everywhere I used to be Mariel Buckley Everywhere I used to be
Mariel Buckley Interview Complete on MulliganStew Podcast and Video on tdm You Tube Channel
Neon Blue Mariel Buckley Everywhere I used to be
Honky Tonk Part 2 Bill Doggett Honky Tonk

Mulligan Stew Aug 20th 2022- Birthday tracks-Robert Plant, John Hiatt, Isaac Hayes. And remembering The Hip-The Last gig on this day in 2016


TWO hours of non stop music.

Starting with a salute to The Hip who played their last gig on Aug 20, 2016…

Gotta Serve Somebody from Dylan’s Slow Train  Running which  was released Aug 20, 1969

Celebrate Robert Plants Birthday in 1948..From Led Zeppelin through to today.

Isaac Hayes has a birthday I went looking for songs he co-wrote with David Porter.  Hey,  it’s a Sam and Dave/Shaft Love in.

John Hiatt – another Bday boy.

We lost the last Everly Brother Don, a year ago so we salute him/them

NEW tracks from

La Marisoul Hernandez, James Taylor, Brandi Carlile, Chaka Khan

Tedeschi Trucks

Lake Street Dive – Interview guest Sept 10th

Jon Batiste

Mariel Buckley – Next Weeks Guest

Natalie Taylor/Donovan Woods,

Tami and Willie

Ariel Posen

Iskwe and Tom Wilson.

And classic tracks from The Faces,  a full-on boogie set with John Lee Hooker

Backed by  Ry Cooder and  Clapton / The Rolling Stones.

Bruce the Boss, Jackson Browne and Bonnie Raitt – a boogie version of Highway 61 Live






Wheat Kings The Tragically Hip Yer Favourites
Gotta Serve Somebody Bob Dylan Slow Train Coming
Big Yellow Taxi (live) LaMarisoul, James Taylor, Chaka Khan, Brandi Carlile Joni 75
Gravity Tedeschi Trucks Band I am the Moon 3: The Fall
TDMulligan Mulligan Stew @tdmulligan
Dream you Home Iskwe – Tom Wilson Mother Love
Be Enough Ariel Posen Downtown EP
Ooh La La Faces Best of Faces: Good boys when theyre asleep
Nick of Time Lake Street Dive Fun Machine: The Sequel
Mulligan Stew = Year 26 Coming UP – John Lee Hooker and Ry Cooder @tdmulligan
This is Hip John Lee Hooker and Ry Cooder Mr Lucky
Boogie Chillin’ The Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton, JL Hooker Steel Wheels Live
Highway 61 (live) Bruce Springsteen, Jackson Browne, Bonnie Raitt The Live Series-Under Cover 2
Sweet Jon Bapiste. Pentatonix. Diane Warren single
Love ain’t enough Mariel Buckley Everywhere I used to be
This is THE STEW – Year 26 Coming UP -Robert Plant Feature Check out CKUA ‘On Demand’
Coming UP – Happy BDay Robert Plant and Happy BDay Isaac Hayes and Happy BDay John Hiatt
Hey Hey Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin Four
Even this shall pass Robert Plant Band of Joy
Gone Gone Gone Robert Plant and Alison Krauss Raising Sand
The Price of Love Robert Plant and Alison Krauss Raise the Roof
The 2022 Mulligan Stew @tdmulligan NEXT – The Everly Brothers
Til I kised you The Everly Bros. The very best of …
The Price of Love The Everely Brothers In our Image
Not in Kansas The National I am easy to find
Cypress Ave/You came walking down (live) Van Morrison Astral Weeks – Live at Hollywood Bowl
The Stew – 2022 @tdmulligan NEXT – Sam & Dave and Shaft
Soul Man Sam and Dave Soul Men
Hold On I’m Coming Sam and Dave Hold On I’m Coming
Theme from Shaft Isaac Hayes Shaft
Thing called Love John Hiatt Best of
Terry David Mulligan The Stew Year 26 @tdmulligan
Hang on to me Natalie Taylor & Donovan Woods single
NEXT – Tami and Willie Kingmaker The Stew
Beyond the Stars Tami Neilson Kingmaker
Compared to what Les McCann & Gene Harris Les is more


Mulligan Stew Aug 13th 2022-Bucky and Blackie


It’s a busy Stew this week.

A two-hour Stew  packed with

New Tedeschi Trucks

New Lake Street Dive

New Bonnie Raitt

New Sheryl Crow

New First Aid Kit

New Blackberry Smoke

Plus – classic tracks from

Sly and the Family Stone

The Beatles (2 from Revolver)

Nanci Griffith

Jimmy Hall

Crosby, Still & Nash

Plus Two interview guests

A quick drive-through chat with the wonderful  Mariel Buckley and two tracks from her new album Everywhere I Used To Be. (Feature interview in a couple of weeks)

Hour two welcomes Colin Linden and Tom Wilson from Blackie and the Rodeo Kings. Along with partner  Stephen Fearing, they too have a great new album,  O Glory: Lost those blues again.

The interview includes 5 tracks from the album, part of which is Tom and Colin playing back demos from the song Buffalo Girl from their iPhones.

Check out our Zoom interview on my YouTube Channel TerryDavidMulligan

You in?  Hope so.



Mulligan Stew Terry David Mulligan CKUA Radio
Keep on smiling Blackberry Smoke Keep on smiling
Jumping for Joy Jimmy Hall Jumping for Joy
Gravity Tedeschi Trucks Band I am the Moon 3 – The Fall
Nick of time Lake Street Dive Fun Machine – The Sequel
Just like that Bonnie Raitt Just like that
This is The Stew – Year 26 TDMulligan – @tdmulligan NEXT First Aid Kit and The Band (Acoustic)
The Boys of Summer The First Aid Kit The boys of Summer
Guests tonight Buckley and Blackie Both have new albums Mariel this hour
I shall be released (acoustic) The Band Big Pink Deluxe and Remixed 2018
Mariel Buckley Interview Album – Everywhere I used to be Released Friday
Everywhere I used to be Mariel Buckley Everywhere I used to be
Mariel Buckley Interview Complete interview in a few weeks On Mulligan Stew
Neon Blue Mariel Buckley Everywhere I used to be
diamonds on the soles of her shoes (live) Paul Simon Live in NYC
Mulligan Stew Year 26 Coming up-Blackie & the Rodeo Kings The Album & The Interview
Long time gone Crosby Stills and Nash Crosby Stills and Nash
If you want me to stay Sly and the Family Stone Greatest HIts
Circles Sheryl Crow single
For no one The Beatles Revolver
TDMulligan Coming UP – Tom Wilson & Colin Linden Blackie and the Rodeo KIngs
From a Distance Nanci Griffith Lone Star State of Mind
Here there and everywhere The Beatles Revolver
NEXT – Blackie and the Rodeo Kings O Glory Lost those blues again Tom and Colin are guests
Tom Wilson & Colin Linden Blackie and the Rodeo Kings The Stew Interview
O Glory: Lost those blues again Blackie and the Rodeo Kings O Glory: Lost those blues again
Colin and Tom from BARK Complete interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast
Buffalo Girl Blackie and the Rodeo Kings O Glory: Lost those blues again
Tom Wilson & Colin Linden Blackie and the Rodeo KIngs The Stew Interview
Stop and Listen Blackie and the Rodeo Kings O Glory
Colin Linden and Tom Wilson Blackie and the Rodeo Kings Complete interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast
Grand River Blackie and The Rodeo Kings O Glory
Complete interview can be found Mulligan Stew Podcast and TDM YouTube Channel Thanks to Tom and Colin
Far from the Middle Blackie and the Rodeo Kings O Glory: Lost those blues again

Mulligan Stew Aug 6th 2022-Featuring Tami Neilson and her new album. ‘KingMaker’



“Could the King of Country Music be the daughter, not the son”

The 5th Tami Neilson Album is called Kingmaker.


The song Kingmaker “addresses the gatekeepers and kingmakers who hold tightly to the keys of equity and minorities in the music industry and, more largely, society as a whole.”

It’s an amazing breakthrough album for this Canadian/New Zealand singer and songwriter.

The song Beyond the Stars is about loss and grief.  Tami lost her Father.  As Tami wrote the song, she kept hearing a duet with her father’s voice. She thought the best voice on the planet should sing her Father Ron’s lyric – Willie Nelson.  Willie was fully in,  as he had just lost his sister.

Tami moves through, blues, country, rock, and roots, with an ease that comes from years of street busking.

As we talked via Zoom I was thrilled to tell her that she had the number 1 album on the CKUA Top 30.

During the Saturday night interview, The Stew will feature four tracks from the album and then drop the complete 40-minute interview on The Mulligan Stew Podcast.

For a total treat,  check out the Zoom video on our TDM – YouTube Channel.


Tom Wilson and Colin Linden (Blackie and the Rodeo Kings)  The very day they headline The Bear Creek Festival



Mulligan Stew Terry David Mulligan Special Guest – Tami Neilson
Funky broadway Steve Cropper With a little help from my friends
Rock Steady Aretha Franklin Young. gifted and black
Hard to handle Otis Redding Soul manifesto
Lets stay together Al Green Let’s stay together
Knock on wood Eddie Floyd best of
Good to me Mavis Staples Mavis Staples
Feature interview Tami Neilson New Album – Kingmaker Mulligan Stew – tdm
Searching for my love Alison Krauss and Robert Plant Raise the Roof
Modern man Bahamas with Madison Cunningham Live to Tape Vol 2
Honey in the Morning Sean Rowe The darkness dressed in colored lights
TDMulligan – The Stew Interview guest – Tami Neilson New album – Kingmaker
So many roads John Mayall and Peter Green Looking back
Black magic woman Santana Ultimate Santana
All things must pass George Harrison All things must pass
TDMulligan – @tdmulligan Tami Neilson is tonights guest New album – Kingmaker
I’m a man Spencer Davis Group – Steve Winwood Best of
How glad i am Chrissie Hynde Valve Bone Woe
Coming UP on The Stew Tami Neilson Interview Mulligan Stew
Shine it Medeski Martin and Wood End of the World
Mulligan Stew – TDMulligan Interview Guest – Tami Neilson Her new album Kingmaker
Walking the dog The Rolling Stones England’s Newest Hitmakers
Dirty Blvd Lou Reed Dirty Blvd
Good news CoCo Love Alcorn Wonderland
Crossing the Rubicon Bob Dylan Rough and Rowdy Ways
Coming UP Tami Neilson Interview New album Kingmaker Requests – @tdmulligan
The last Waltz Suite – The Weight The Band and The Staple Singers The Last Waltz
Caught in the Middle Leeroy Stagger Me and The Mountain
Tami Neilson Interview with TDMulligan New album Kingmaker
Beyond the stars Tami Neilson (with Willie Nelson) Kingmaker
Tami Neilson Interview Complete Interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast New album Kingmaker
Kingmaker Tami Neilson Kingmaker
Tami Neilson Interview -Complete interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast
Mama’s talkin’ Tami Neilson Kingmaker
Tami Neilson interview Complete interview On Mulligan Stew Podcast
King of Country Music Tami Neilson Kingmaker
Complete Tami Neilson Interview On The Mulligan Stew Podcast Video interview on our YouTube Channel
Guilty Party (live) The National Juicy Sonic Magic

Mulligan Stew July 30th 2022- Sam Philips, Colin James & Jeff Healey


July 30 2003 Sam Philips died in Memphis.

He lead an amazing life..


From a family in the deep south that grew cotton.  Sam would work in the fields with African American pickers. They brought their songs with them and Sam grew to love the music.

He worked his way through radio and played a mix of black and white music that he loved.

When he started Sun Records in made perfect sense that he would record Jr Parker, Howling Wolf, and Charlie Rich side-by-side.

Then he went looking for a white singer who shared his love of black music and found him in ELVIS.

When I had the opportunity to visit Sun Records Studio…I just sat there and tried to imagine the history bouncing  off the walls

So years later, I find myself at the opening of the Rock Hall of Fame in Cleveland in 1995. Sam Phillips is being inducted and comes into the press room to speak with journalists and reporters as a group.

I waited until the very last question and asked him this question…

“Sam. They have recreated your studio here in the Hall. But how do they recreate the magic, the creative juice that connected in your original rooms? The incredible spark that happened between you and Elvis. How does that get captured here?”

His answer just blew me away… The other voice you hear is Mary Wilson from The Supremes.


The other guest visit is with Colin James and Jeff Healey…many years ago at MuchMusic in Toronto.

Just jamming in the studio. A Jimmy Reed song.  I told the guys I’d give them 5 bucks each if they worked my name into the lyrics.

A Great jam, both guys solo on their acoustic guitars – Five bucks later it’s followed by a giggle.

 This was pure magic..still is!

Here’s the long weekend music list – goes well with burgers.


OH…the Podcast is Cheech  and Chong.  Years ago, back in Vancouver where it all started for them.



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Let me love you, baby (live) Buddy Guy Rock Hall of Fame 2004
Don’t Mind Patti Griffin with Robert Plant Tape
Sunny afternoon The Kinks Summer
I got a feelin (live) Norah Jones Live. Empire State Building
Love me like a man Diana Krall The girl in the other room
TDMulligan – The Stew @tdmulligan Next – Mark Knopfler and Emmy Lou Harris
right now (live) Mark Knopfler and EmmyLou Harris Real Live Roadrunning
coal mine iskwe – Tom Wilson Mother Love
Coyotes Banff Next Coming UP -Sting and Bruce Springsteen Mulligan Stew
Every breathe you take (live) Sting and Bruce Springsteen Released. Human Rights Concerts
My guy Mary Wells Hitsville
Pride and Joy Marvin Gaye Hitsville
TDMulligan The Stew @tdmulligan
Roadrunner Jr Walker and the All Stars Shotgun
Roll with it Steve Winwood Roll with it
Roadrunner Jr Walker Shotgun
Mulligan Stew NEXT – The man who invented Rock Sam Phillips
Sam Phillips Interview With Mary Wilson from The Supremes- At Rock Hall of Fame 1995
Rocket 88 Ike Turner and Jackie Brenston. Delta Cats Golden Hits
In dreams Roy Orbison Very best of
Big River Johnny Cash Greatest Hits
Paying the cost to be the boss BB King His Best
Great balls of Fire Jerry Lee Lewis Greatest HIts
Hound Dog Elvis Presley The Searcher
This is Year 26 of Mulligan Stew Next – John Batiste @tdmulligan
Sweet Jon Batiste.Pentatonix. Diane Warren Single
Sing me a song William Prince – Serena Ryder Single
Rhinestone Cowboy The Jim Cuddy Band Countrywide Soul
Sing The Small Glories Assiniboine & Red
Mulligan Stew @tdmulligan Next Colin James and Jeff Healey
Baby what you want me to do Colin James and Jeff Healey Jam at MuchMusic with tdm
Wouldnt it be nice The Beach Boys Greatest Hits
Windows are rolled down Amos Lee Mission Bell
This has been The Stew with TDMulligan Take in a Festival
This has been The Stew with TDMulligan Go to a Festival
Fire Escape Dan Mangan Single
Running up That Hill (A deal with God) Kate Bush Hounds of Love

Mulligan Stew July 23rd 2022-Organic and Sustainable playlist for Saturdays Stew


A hand-picked, organic and sustainable playlist for Saturdays Stew

We remember the legacy of Amy Winehouse who died 11 years ago Saturday.  She was 27.

It’s Allison Krauss’ Birthday so you can expect she and Bob.

Also Tony Joe White’s Birthday – Got some Bubba Jones

Two new tracks from Blackie and the Rodeo Kings.

New from Tedeschi Trucks

New Dr John

Live tracks from

Kris Kristofferson

Etta James and Eddie Cleanhead Vinson

Eric Clapton

Delbert McClinton

James Brown

Bill Withers

And Summer Jazz from

Joni Mitchell and Herbie Hancock

Bruce Hornsby

The Gene Harris Quartet

Peter Frampton Band with Larry Carlton

Nick La Riviere and Best Laid Plans

The Mulligan Stew Podcast features an interview with Danny Cohen – director of the Courtney Barnett Documentary Anonymous Club 

Film opens today in Calgary


Mulligan Stew Terry David Mulligan CKUA Radio
The way it is Bruce Hornsby Here comes the noise makers
All blues Peter Frampton Band with Larry Carlton All Blues
Playing with my emotions Tedeschi Trucks Band I am the Moon 2: Ascention
Sleeping dogs best left alone Dr John Things happen that way
TDMulligan MulliganStew NEXT – Bill Withers and McCartney
Use me (live) Bill Withers Live at Carnegie Hall
Ain’t no sunshine (live) Paul McCartney MTV Unplugged
The Stew Mulligan Stew Podcast Anonymous Club
Sunfair Sundown Courtney Barnett Things take time, take time
Bubba Jones Tony Joe White Bubba Jones
There was a time (live) James Brown and the Famous Flames Live at The Apollo
TDMulligan Check out our Podcast on Courtney Barnett Coming up – Remembering Amy Winehouse
what would your Mama say Matt Anderson Halfway home by midnight
Get ready Nick LaRiviere and The Best Laid Plans Get Ready
Mulligan Stew -Terry David Mulligan Next – Amy Winehouse Remembered
Cupid Amy Winehouse Back to Black (Super Deluxe)
Valerie (live) Amy Winehouse Back to Black (Super Deluxe)
Wake up alone Amy Winehouse Back to Black (Super Deluxe)
TDM – The Stew Courtney Barnett Documentary on Podcast Next – Alison Krauss
Can’t let go Alison Krauss and Robert Plant Raising the roof
I’ve got dreams to remember Delbert McClinton LIVE
Stop and Listen Blackie and the Rodeo Kings O Glory
Coming UP – Clapton – Etta James – Kris Kristofferson- All Live
Crossroads (live) Eric Clapton Live at The Fillmore SF 1994
I just want to make love to you (live) Etta James & Eddie ‘Cleanhead’ Vinson Blues in the Night
Me and Bobby McGee (live at Gilley’s) Kris Kristofferson Live at Gilleys
This has been Mulligan Stew – Year 26 TDMulligan Have a great weekend
Goodbye Pork Pie Hat (live) Joni Mitchell and Herbie Hancock Live at Bread and Roses
Summertime (live) The Gene Harris Quartet It’s the real soul

Mulligan Stew July 16th 2022- Interview with directors of amazing Documentary,Hallelujah – Leonard Cohen. A Journey – A song


It’s not just a story of the life and career of Leonard Cohen.  It’s unique in that the film follows the life of his song,  Hallelujah.

Leonard wrote 130-150 verses for the song. Took him years and years. Then when he released Hallelujah on the album  Various Positions, his label in the USA,  Columbia Records, refused to release it.  It never got played and was forgotten…until John Cale recorded it for the tribute album I’m Your Fan and it began a life of its own. Now, it’s legendary.

Hallelujah started as a spiritual journey and with various Leonard rewrites, went on to become a secular and sexy anthem.

Hallelujah took Leonard Cohen to audiences all over the World and into the soundtrack of “Shrek”.

The film is released this Friday in the USA and I’ve heard it opens across Canada very shortly.

This is smashing filmmaking and epic storytelling.

The directors are Dan Geller and Dayna Goldfine and they are my guests on Saturdays Stew

The complete interview can be heard on the Mulligan Stew Podcast right after The Stew is done.

The video of the interview can be seen on our YouTube Channel

As for the playlist, It starts with Bruce Springsteen, Bonnie Raitt, and Jackson Browne jamming on Dylan’s Highway 61..

Aretha Live, U2 salute Billie Holiday, Beatles, Randy Newman,

We remember Bob Babbitt, an amazing bassist for Motown, who died July 16, 2012. Have a listen to his work on

Stevie Wonder – Sign, Sealed, Delivered. I’m Yours

Marvin Gaye – Inner City Blues

Smokey and the Miracles – Tears of a Clown

Plus James Browns Papa’s got a brand new Bag came out July 17 1965 and Funk Was Born.

New music from

Blackie and the Rodeo Kings

Tedeschi Trucks Band

Patty Griffin and Robert Plant,

Bonnie Raitt

Alice Toner and Joey Landreth

LOTS more.