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Mulligan Stew Jan 25th 2020- Alan Doyle


Who doesn’t like Alan Doyle? Artist. Actor. Authour. Favourite son of Petty Harbour and all of Newfoundland.

His solo career after Great Big Sea has achieved lift-off in Canada and now USA and Britain.

I found him in Toronto, waiting out the monster snowstorm that took over the East Coast.

We’re talking about his new EP Rough Side Out. Released Valentines Day

THE COMPLETE 30-minute interview is  posted on The Mulligan Stew Podcast 

And his tour dates across the West starting Feb 25 in Lethbridge

Followed by The Hat, Red Deer, Calgary. Edmonton, Lloydminster, Fort Mac & Grand Prairie.

Alan also reveals that this EP has a country lean, still with Maritime influences.

There’s a great cover of John Mellencamp’s  Paper in Fire from his game-changing Lonesome Jubilee.

A dollar from each ticket goes to his support of addiction and mental health organizations.

There are few artists capable of appealing to music fans of all stripes, and Alan Doyle is one of them. From the moment he burst onto the scene in the early 1990s with his band Great Big Sea, Canadians fell in love with the pride of Petty Harbour, Newfoundland, whose boundless charisma and sense of humor was eclipsed only by his magnetic stage presence.

His influence is now being heard in a new generation of artists as his solo work continues to endear him to roots music fans everywhere.  Alan’s new EP Rough Side Out, finds him collaborating with Canadian country music superstars Dean Brody and Jess Moskaluke, while at the same time defining his interpretation of contemporary country.

The seeds for Rough Side Out were planted in 2012 when Brody asked Great Big Sea to record the song “It’s Friday” with him for the Platinum-selling album Dirt. For Alan, that was the moment he realized the door to the country music world was open for he and other east coast Celtic-leaning artists, and since then he’s warmly embraced building closer ties. “My personal journey with the whole thing has been very organic,” Alan says. “When my parents weren’t listening to traditional folk music, they were listening to country music on the radio. So, when I began creating my own musical identity, I was inspired by artists who were able to blend those two worlds.”

Alan is a classic storyteller and this podcast is filled with his stories.



Wednesday, February 19 – Mae Wilson Theatre – Moose Jaw, SK
Thursday, February 20 – Conexus Arts Centre – Regina, SK
Friday, February 21 – Burton Cummings Theatre – Winnipeg, MB
Saturday, February 22 – TCU Place – Saskatoon, SK
Sunday, February 23 – Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium – Brandon, MB
Tuesday, February 25 – Yates Memorial – Lethbridge, AB
Wednesday, February 26 – Esplanade Theatre – Medicine Hat, AB
Thursday, February 27 – Central Alberta Theatre – Red Deer, AB
Friday, February 28 – Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium – Calgary, AB
Saturday, February 29 – Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium – Edmonton, AB
Sunday, March 1 – Vic Juba Community Theatre – Lloydminster, AB
Tuesday, March 3 – Keyano Theatre & Arts Centre – Fort MacMurray, AB
Wednesday, March 4 – Grande Prairie Live Theatre – Grande Prairie, AB
Thursday, March 5 – PG Playhouse – Prince George, BC
Friday, March 6 – Chilliwack Cultural Centre – Chilliwack, BC
Saturday, March 7 – Vernon Performing Arts Centre – Vernon, BC
Sunday, March 8 – Queen Elizabeth Theatre – Vancouver, BC
Tuesday, March 31 – Grand Theatre – Kingston, ON
Wednesday, April 1 – Centennial Hall – London, ON
Thursday, April 2 – FirstOntario Concert Hall – Hamilton, ON
Friday, April 3 – Danforth Music Hall – Toronto, ON
Saturday, April 4 – Danforth Music Hall – Toronto, ON



Mulligan Stew – Year 25 Jan 25 2020
Paying the cost to be the boss (live) BB King Live at BBC
Driven to tears (live) Sting Bring on the night
God must be a boogie man (live) Joni Mitchell Shadows and Light Coming Up – Alen Doyle Interview
Heartbreaker Alabama Shakes Boys and Girls
You don’t want to hear it Ron Sexsmith Heritage
Johnny Coolman Colin James Rooftop and Satellites
Coming Up – Alan Doyle Intervieww
Cisco Kid War The World is a Ghetto
Revival Gregory Porter Revival
Red eyed and blue Wilco Being There
Little bit sweet The Wood Brothers Kingdom of the Mind Complete Alan Doyle Interview on Podcast
Rita is gone The Marcus King Band The Marcus King Band
Hey Hey (song for Gord) Leeroy Stagger Strange Path
Champagne Corolla Justin Townes Earle Kids in the street Complete Interview at Podcast (link on left)
Alan Doyle Interview Complete Interview MulliganStew Podcast
We don’t wanna go home Alan Doyle (Deane Brody) Rough Side Out
Alan Doyle Interview complete interview on MulliganStew Podcast
Paper in Fire Alan Doyle Rough Side Out
Alan Doyle Interview complete interview mulliganstew podcast
Beautiful to me Alan Doyle A week at the Warehouse Next – Heading for New Orleans
The Stew in New Orleans
Good Rockin’ Tonight Roy Brown Best of
Rocking Pneumonia and the boogiew woogie flu Huey “piano” Smith Have a good time
The Stew – in New Orleans TDM
Im walking Fats Domino best of
Tutti Fruiti Little Richard Best of with tdm
Long Tall Sally The Beatles Best of
Dixie Chicken Little Feat Dixie Chicken Thank you for listening and donating
Goin back to New Orleans Dr John ( with Nevilles and Al Hirt) Goin’ back to New Orleans


Mulligan Stew January 18th 2020- Tonight We Dance with Laura!


Saturday night we’re going to be Dancing with  Laura.

Laura Ryan-Walsh passed away October 9  2017.

She was a teacher and a great Mother. From Newfoundland but spent most of her life in Calgary

Long-time listener to CKUA and Mulligan Stew.

Her daughters Erin, Megan, and their Father Adrian all were involved in this one-hour donation.

The Ryan and Walsh families will be listening in Calgary, St John’s, Florida, Dubai, and Grande Prairie.

Laura loved great music and she passed that love on to her family and friends.

The Stones, Cohen, Van, Otis,  Aretha, Dylan, Neil Young, The Band, and the blues. We’ll play them all.

Old Crow Medicine Show

Including Wagon Wheel from Old Crow Medicine Show ..which for Laura’s birthday the family rewrote the lyrics to.

I’m told that in the final weeks of her life..she asked for and received a small radio beside her bed so she could listen to CKUA and The Stew.

Toward the end of her life when she could no longer walk, a nurse walking by her hospital room commented that she was always smiling.

Laura replied You’ve got to smile if you can’t dance”

Saturday night we dance for Laura…


Check out the Saturday Night Playlist..

Linda Ronstadt = Willing “live”

Tom Waits

ZZ Top

New Frazey Ford

New Jackson Browne

Rhiannon Giddens

Mavis Staples

Sister Rosetta Tharpe

Chuck Berry

Dylan “live”

John Hammond

Share the Music Like Laura!


Welcome to Year 25 of Mulligan Stew with Terry David Mulligan 18-Jan-20
Willing (live) Linda Ronstadt Live in Hollywood
Fish in the Jailhouse Tom Waits Orphans
Me N Annie Low Cut Connie Hi Honey Coming UP – ZZ Top and new Frazey Ford
waiting for the bus ZZTop Best of
Jesus just left Chicago ZZTop Best of
Mulligan Stew with TDM
Azad Frazey Ford Azad
The heart of a Saturday Night Madeleine Peyroux The Perfect World
The Stew
The Weight (live) Mavis Staples – I’ll take you there
Love is Love Jackson Browne Artists for Justicce And Peace
Better get it right, the first time Rhiannon Giddens Freedom Highway
Playlist for The Stew at –
99 1/2 just won’t do Sister Rosetta Tharpe Decca Singles
Johnny B Goode Chuck Berry Best of
TDMulligan Coming UP – Bob Dylan does The Sister
Ain’t No Man Righteous – Not No One (live) Bob Dylan Trouble No More – Bootlegs Vol 13
I knew Ive been changed John Hammond (with Tom Waits) Wicked Grin Coming UP – Dancing with Laura
Young Blood The Band Til the night is gone. A tribute to Doc Pomus
Dance me to the end of Love Leonard Cohen Various Positions
Son of a Preacher Man Aretha Franklin Best of
Glad Tidings Van Morrison Moondance
Playlist. Podcast. Stew Radio and Tasting Room Radio
Heart of Gold Neil Young Harvest
King of July The Radio Grande Town and Country
Shrimp and Grits Tedeschi Trucks Band Revelator
This is Year 25 of Mulligan Stew
Like a Rolling Stone (live) The Rolling Stones Totally Stripped
These arms of mine Otis Redding best of
Stateboro Blues Taj Mahal Taj Mahal
Oakland Stroke Tower of Power Back to Oakland Next – Old Crow Medicine Show and Dylan
Wagon Wheel Old Crow Medicine Show This is Old Crow Medicine Show
Thank you for listening and Thank You for Dancing with Laura
Forever Young Bob Dylan The Best of



Mulligan Stew Jan 11th 2020- 50 years of #1 Albums-Neil Peart


Ran across a headline that reminded us/me that we have just gone through a music time warp.

As 2019 turned into 2020 and a new decade also became 50 years since 1969 became 1970.


Here’s a list of artists and albums who made the transition from one decade to another. FIFTY  FREAKING YEARS AGO.

And they didn’t just transition – they became #1 albums that changed lives and made history.

The biggest was The Beatles  Abbey Road – #1 for 11 straight weeks

Led Zeppelin 2 – #1 for 6 weeks

Simon and Garfunkel – Bridge over troubled water 10 weeks at #1

Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young – Deja Vu #1 for a week

CCR – Cosmo’s Factory – Their 4th #1 album.  In a Row

Santana – Abraxas was #1 for 6 weeks

Paul McCartney had a #1 solo album for 3 weeks

And The Beatles had Let it Be at #1 for 4 weeks.

It was an amazing time in music.

The Stew will be saluting and playing all those albums and more Saturday 5-7.


The Stew Jan 11 2020
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
Ramble On Led Zep 2 Led Zeppelin 2 Coming up – 50 years with Simon & Garf/CSNY/CCR
The Boxer Simon & Garfunkle Bridge over troubled water
Carry on CSN and Young Deja Vu
Run through the Jungle CCR Cosmo’s Factory
Celebrating 50 years of #1 lps NEXT – Blood Sweat &Tears/McCartney/Beatles Let it Be
Maybe I’m Amazed Paul McCartney McCartney
Get back The Beatles Let it be
Hi-De-Ho Blood, Sweat & Tears BST 3
Mulligan Stew with tdm
Oye Como Va Santana Abraxsas
Daytripper Mongo Santamaria Instant party
#1 Lps from 50 years ago TD Mulligan
Just your fool The Rolling Stones Blue and Lonesome
This is Mulligan Stew – Year 25
Good Lovin’ The Grateful Dead Complete Studio Sessions
Lonely Avenue Animals Before we were so rudely interupted
Rip it up Little Richard Here’s Little Richard (re-issue)
Mulligan Stew with tdm Coming UP – Harriet Soundtrack
Stand Up Cynthia Erivo Harriet Soundtrack
Bad bad News Leon Bridges Good Thing
You’ve been so good up to now Lyle Lovett Joshua Judges Ruth
Next – We meet Ry Cooder at The Crossroads
Crossroads Ry Cooder Crossroads Soundtrack
They don’t shine Tedeschi Trucks band Signs
Everytime I hear that song Brandi Carlile By the way I forgive you NEXT – Otis. Brittany Howard. Sting and Springsteen
Can’t turn you loose Otis Redding Very best
Stay High Brittany Howard Jaime
Thanks for spending your Saturday night with us TDMulligan
Get Up Stand Up (live) Sting . Bruce Springsteen. Peter Gabriel etc Released – Human Rights Concerts
B thing – Outro (live) Carlos del Junkco Live

Mulligan Stew Jan4th 2020- Remembering Artists Lost in 2019


Had I tried to honor those we lost for the entire decade…I would have needed a whole month of Stews.

So, we remember and salute artists who passed on in 2019.

Clydie King (Jan 7)  Her credits are so impressive but we play

The Stones  –  Tumbling Dice. Exile of Main Street)

Linda Ronstadt – Heart Like a Wheel

Bob Dylan –Saved

Joe Cocker /Mad Dogs and Englishmen – Live at Fillmore East –  Cry me a River.

Robert Hunter (Sept 23) – Lyricist for Grateful Dead –


New Orleans lost three famous stars within weeks of each other.


(June 6)– Junko partner  Gumbo

Dr John/Mac Rebennack  (June 6)– Junko partner  Gumbo

Dave  Bartholomew

Dave  Bartholomew (June 23) –  Jump Children

Fats Domino – Blue Monday – Dave wrote it

Fats Domino  – The Fat Man –  Ditto

Art Neville

Art Neville (July 22)

The Meters   Fire on the Bayou

The Neville Brothers – Hey Pocky Way

Mark Hollis

Mark Hollis (Feb 25)  Talk Talk  It’s my life

Hal Blaine

Hal Blaine ( March 11)

The Beach Boys – Good Vibrations

The Ronettes – Be My Baby

And that’s just the first hour !!

It’s 2020- Let’s get busy!



Welcome to Year 25 OF Mulligan Stew Jan 4 2020
Cry me a River (live) Joe Cocker – Mad Dogs and Englishmen (Clydie King) Live at the Fillmore East
Heart like a wheel Linda Ronstadt (Clydie King) Heart like a wheel
Tumbling Dice The Rolling Stones (Clydie King) Exile on main street
Saved Bob Dylan (Clydie King) Saved Artists lost in 2019
Truckin’ Grateful Dead (Robert Hunter) American beauty
It’s my life Talk Talk It’s my life
Mulligan Stew with tdmulligan NEXT – we remember 3 New Orleans Masters
Junko Partner Dr John Gumbo
Jump Children Dave Bartholomew Classic NO R&B
Blue Monday Fats Domino (Dave Bartholomew) Swings
The Fat Man Fats Domino (Dave Bartholomew) Fats Domino NEXT – The Meters and The Neville Brothers
Fire on the Bayou The Meters Essential
Hey Pocky Way The Neville Brothers Hey Pocky Way
Welcome to Year 25 of Mulligan Stew
Good Vibrations The Beach Boys (Hal Blaine) Best of Coming Up – Eric Clapton Live . Sheryl. Bonnie. Mavis
be my baby The Ronettes (Hal Blain) Best of
Willie and the HandJive/Get Ready (live) Eric Clapton Crossroads 2 Live in the 70’s
Live wire Sheryl Crow. Bobbie Raitt. Mavis Staple Live Wire with TD Mulligan
King of July The Radio Grande Town and Country NEXT – The Avett Brothers. Wilson Pickett
Locked up The Avett Brothers Closer than together
Midnight Hour Wilson Pickett Hi Five
Welcome to Year 25 of Mulligan Stew with TD Mulligan
Working for the Man Barry Allen and the New Rebels Speed of Dark
Water or Gasoline Blackie and the Rodeo Kings Swinging from the chains of Love
Mulligan Stew with tdmulligan First Stew in 2020
Dedicated to the one I love The Shirelles Tonights the Night
Delusion Zara Marie Living in the Lost and Found
Soulbque G Love (with Roosevelt Collier) The Juice


Mulligan Stew Dec 28th 2019-Final Stew of the Decade!



It’s the Final Stew of 2019.

Dec 28th!!  The Holiday version of The Bermuda  Triangle. Where memories go to die.

OK  First – a heads up. The Mulligan Stew Podcast features an extensive conversation with Actor/Writer/Singer Hugh Dillon.

We cover a lot of ground. The Hip. His buddies he grew up with.

Punk music in Canada. His first solo album that changed the man and his current Headstones release PeopleSkills

His anger issues – his substance abuse – how acting may have saved his life – how acting took him all the way to working with David Lynch on Twin  Peaks.

Some of you may know Hugh from his lead roles in Flashpoint, Durham County, The Trailer Park Boys and many more.

Subscribe to Spotify, Google Play and Apple Podcasts.


The Last Stew of 2019 has a donor inspired line up

Kick things off with The Band Live – and Marvin Gaye’s Don’t Do it – from New Years Eve 1971

Then  Vampire Weekend from  the number one album of the CKUA 2019 Top 100 (based on plays)

Marshall Crenshaw/Stephen fearing/Grand Funk/Jimmy Reed and CoCo Love Alcorn

New music from Barry Allen and The New Rebels, The Who, The Wood Brothers, Shelby Lynn & Allison Moorer plus  CoCo Love Alcorn.

We’ll throw in Marvin Gate Live at Kennedy Centre, Sting and Bruce Springsteen Live doing Every breath you take, John Mayer Live, and then back to the Top 100 plays of 2019 and two Canadian artists who had not one but two albums on that chart.

CKUA Host Leeroy Stagger with Me and the Mountain plus Strange Path.


The Bros Landreth  87 and Joey Landreth’s Hindsight.

Enjoy the tunes and the tales…

And check out the Podcast…

Happy New Year – here’s to 2020

In memory of John Mann, Gary, Kerry Holly (Marshall) and CKUA  host Monica Miller



Mulligan Stew Dec 28 2019 TD Mulligan
Welcome to the last Stew of 2019 with terry david mulligan
Don’t do it (live) The Band Rock of Ages
This life Vampire Weekend Father of the Bride
What the hell i got Marshall Crenshaw Miracle of Science
Christine Stephen Fearing The Unconquerable Past
some kind of wonderful Grand Funk Anthology
I ain’t got you Jimmy Reed Very best
Save me CoCo Love Alcorn ReBirth Coming UP – New Barry Allen
Willie and the Hand Jive Barry Allen Speed of Dark
Danny and my ponies The Who Who
The Well Marcus King El Dorado
What are you doing NY Eve? Rufus Wainwright McGarrigle Christmas Hour
what’s going on (live) Marvin Gaye What’s going on Live – Kennedy Centre Podcast Hugh Dillon – Headstones
Little bit sweet The Wood brothers Kingdom in my mind
Great Balls of Fire Jerry Lee lewis Best of
Mulligan Stew Podcast – Hugh Dillon
All I wanna do (live) Sheryl Crow Live at Capitol Theatre
Every breath you take (live) Sting and Bruce Springsteen Human Rights Concerts – Amnesty Int.
Every day I have the blues (Live) John Mayer Where the Light is NEXT – Women sing Waits
Ol’ 55 Shelby Lynn and Allison Moorer Women sing Waits
Oh Darling The Beatles Abbey Road Super Deluxe Edition
This Mulligan Stew with tdmulligan
Next Tom Petty. LeeRoy Stagger. Bros Landreth. Linda Rhonstadt
Here comes my girl Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Anthology Through the Years
Got to love Leeroy Stagger Strange Path
Got to be you The Bros. Landreth 87 New Years Eve menu
Por un Amor Linda Rhonstadt Canciones de mi Padre
I can’t win Joey Landreth single – Live at Layman Drug
Happy New year – See you in 2020 Terry
What a wonderful World Louis Armstrong Wonderful World

Mulligan Stew Dec 21st 2019- Christmas in The Round Year Two


That time of year. Family. Friends. Fluids. Food. Debt!

Special shows for special times.
Saturday, December 21 you know is a day that’s going to be CRAZY!
Our audience needs a combination of comfort and joy.
SPECIAL GUESTS INCLUDE Bob Chelmick plus “The Rounders.”
One hour will feature hand-picked  Christmas tunes from
Carlos Santana – it’s really good
The original William Bell classic
Corb Lund, John Prine, Aaron Neville, Kate and Anna McGarrigle, Blue Rodeo, Joseph, Miranda Mulholland, Rachelle van Zanten, Whitney Houston, and Paul Simon.
Bob Chelmick kindly sent the voicing of a poem called Christmas Landscape written in 1917  by Laurie Lee.
And then it’s Christmas in the Round Year Two. (A tradition that started many years ago at CBC radio Vancouver and then. RoundHouse Radio)
Two of the original artists are back.
Shari Ulrich and Roy Forbes. 
Also around the microphones are Jim Byrnes, Bill Henderson, and Barney Bentall. 
They are all friends   They all share stories and songs. It’s just magic. 
Thank you all
Merrie Christmas 
Welcome to The Christmas Stew Featuring Christmas in the Round Year Two
Pilgrimage to Bethlehem Carlos Santana Rosada – youtube
every day seems like a Holiday William bell Stax best of
just me and these ponies Corb Lund am Americana Christmas
everything is cool John Prine Christmas
Lousiana Christmas Day Aaron Neville Seasons Greetings
Merry Christmas baby Rod Stewart. Celo Green. Trombone Shorty Merry Christmas baby
Blue Christmas Kate and Anna McGarrigle McGarrigle Christmas
Welcome to The Christmas Stew Hour Two features Christmas in the Round
Christmas must be tonight Blue Rodeo A Merrie Christmas to you
A Poem from Bob Chelmick Christmas Landscape by Laurie Lee Music by Miranda Mullholland (Bar Rage)
Sister Winter Joseph youtube single
The Christmas Stew Dec 21 2019
It’s Christmas in these parts Rachelle Van Zanten single Coming up – Barney Bentall and Christmas in the Round
Getting ready for Christmas Day Paul Simon So Beautiful So What
Joy to the World Whitney Houston One Wish
The Christmas Stew – Christmas in the Round
Christmas in the Round – Year Two on Mulligan Stew Barney Bentall. Shari Ulrich. Roy Forbes. Bill Henderson. Jim Byrnes Recorded at Roundhouse Radio
Welcome to The Christmas Stew with TD Mulligan
Christmas in the Round – Year Two on Mulligan Stew Barney Bentall. Shari Ulrich.Roy Forbes.Bill Henderson.Jim Byrnes
Merry Christmas ALL Have a great season….Terry

Mulligan Stew Dec 14th 2019-Jim Cuddy and Jann Arden Interviews


It’s that time again.

Christmas, The Holidays. Hanukkah, New Years Eve. And This Stew takes place on the Winter Solstice.
Talking Magic Time here.
Let The Tilt Begin.
This Christmas Stew Part One features 2 hours of hand picked Christmas tunes.
Plus quick guest appearances by Jim Cuddy and Jann Arden.
Jim talks about singing Joni’s Mitchel’s River.

Jann Arden

And Jann talks about surviving 2 Winters of Christmas busking in a doorway in Gastown, Vancouver.
Holidays songs from
Eric Clapton
BB King
Norah Jones
Darlene Love
Otis Redding
T-Bone Burnett
The Pogues
David GoGo
Dave Mathews Band
Bo Dollis & The Wild Magnolias
Bruce Cockburn
Be Good Tanyas
And more.
Christmas in The Round Year Two with stories and performances from
Rockin Roy Forbes
Barney Bentall
Shari Ulrich
Jim Byrnes
& Bill Henderson




The Christmas Stew Terry David Mulligan
Hey Santa Chris Isaak Christmas
Shakana Santa Shake it Bo Dollis. Wild Magnolias. Bonerama Christmas in New orleans
merry Christmas baby Four Tops Christmas Faves
God rest ye, Merry Gentlemen T-Bone Burnett Acoustic Christmas
Christmas must be tonight The Band Islands
a long December Counting Crows Alternative Christmas Songs Coming up Dave Mathews. The Pogues.
Christmas song (live) Dave Mathews Band very special Christmas 25 years
Fairytale of NY The Pogues with Kirsty MacColl If I should fall from grace with God
Christmas on the Bayou David GoGo Christmas with the blues
Going home for Christmas Alabama Red Santa’s Mojo
Mary had a baby Bruce Cockburn Christmas
Rudy Be Good Tanyas A Winters Night.Best of Nettwerk Christmas
Welcome to Hour 2 of The Stew
Happy Christmas (War is Over) John Lennon. Yoko Ono very special Christmas – Essential
footprints barenaked ladies barenaked for the Holidays
Merry Christmas baby (Jingle Bell Mix) Whitehorse A Whitehorse Winter classic Coming UP – Christmas memories from Jim Cuddy. Jann Arden
Jim Cuddy on singing River
River Blue Rodeo A Merrie Christmas to you
Mulligan Stew with tdm
Jann Arden on busking in Christmas season
I’ll be home for Christmas Jann Arden A Jann Arden Christmas
The Christmas Stew playlist
Lonesome Christmas Eric Clapton Happy Christmas
Christmas comes but once a year BB King Christmas blues
Merry Christmas (live) Little Steven and the Disciples of Soul Soul Fire Live
Christmas Baby please come home Darlene Love Best of
Long road home Sheryl Crow 100 Miles from Memphis. Home for Christmas
The Christmas Stew
Merry Christmas baby Otis Redding Best of
It’s not Christmas till you come home Norah Jones Singles
Christmas is coming Vince Guaraldi Trio A Charlie Brown Christmas

Mulligan Stew Dec 7th 2019- Special guest Shaun Verreault of Wide Mouth Mason


The Stew comes charging out of the December gates with two hours of hand-picked tracks and artists…

For example:

First track – Albert Cummings..with a 9-minute live version of Hootchie Coochie Man and Dixie Chicken..followed by an intriguing Austin based duo  Black Puma…Nominated for Best New Artist at 2019 Grammys.

There are two interesting music segments….

The Beatles Come Together followed by Richie Havens with a Live version of  Here Comes the Sun and then Paul McCartney’s new single Home Tonight..oh and Van Morrison with John Lee Hooker’s Dimples.

The other music set is .. Ray Charles with members of the Count basic band, Wynton Marsalis Live at Jazz at Lincoln Centre with Eric Clapton..breathing new life into Howlin Wolf’s Forty Four.  Then Little feat Live with Feats don’t fail me now and The Band with a wicked version of the Motown classic, Don’t you do it (don’t you break my heart)  Lots of blues in there.

Speaking of The Blues…our special guest is Shaun Verreault from Wide Mouth Mason.

He’s released his 8th album..and it’s a refreshing combination of new tracks but they’re all informed by the blues road he’s traveled.


Shaun has taught himself how to play guitar and solo with three slides on his left hand…One on his thumb.

I’ve had the pleasure of watching him work out these three slides thing. He would sit in with anyone who would let him play and work out the bugs. Shaun will explain.

The new Wide Mouth Mason album is I Wanna go with you.


NEXT TWO WEEKS – all Christmas tunes…  Enjoy!!


Mulligan Stew Dec 7 2019
TDMulligan – Year 24 OF The Stew
hootchie coochie man/dixie chicken albert cummings feel so good (live)
black moon rising black pumas black pumas Special Guest – Shaun Vereault . Wide Mouth Mason
think of me toger roger fairweather
venice is sinking spirit of the west faithlift
Tonights guest – Shaun Verreault.Wide Mouth Mason
i wished i had answered manx mariner mainline hellbound for heaven NEXT – Everybody sings The Lennon.McCartney
Come together The Beatles abbey road
here comes the Sun (live) Ritchie Havens Live at cellar door
home tonight paul mccartney single
dimples van morrison the prophet speaks with tdmulligan
Tennessee Whiskey chris stapleton traveller
not that kind of girl mindi abair the east west sessions
This is Mulligan Stew with tdm
I’ve got news for you ray charles Genius plus soul equals jazz
forty four (live) Wynton marsalis and eric clapton play the blues Live at Jazz at Lincoln Centre
Feats don;t fail me now (live) little feat waiting for Columbus
don’t do it (live) The Band rock of ages Coming Up – Shaun Verreault Wide Mouth Mason
every grain of sand emmyou harris wrecking ball
NEXT – New Wide Mouth Mason
stay high Britaney Howard Jamie
Shaun Verreault Interview
i want to go with you Wide Mouth Mason I want to go with you
Shaun Verreault Interview
modern love Wide Mouth Mason I want to go with you
Shaun Verreault Interview
you get used to it Wide Mouth Mason I want to go with you
thanks for checking out mulligan stew
rocking chair (a cappella) the band The Band – 50th anniversary CD


Mulligan Stew Nov 30th -Stephen Fearing Interview


Good Bye November..and thanks for the Thanksgiving double dip

And the Grey Cup Game.  And  Holger’s 78th anniversary!

Kicking off the last Stew in November..our guest is Stephen Fearing who proudly brings with him the tracks from his new solo album The Unconquerable Past.

Stephen hunkered down in Winnipeg, surrounding himself with musicians who brought all of his songs to life.

Stephen pulled off the side of the road to do this interview.  He’s that kind of guy.


The rest of The Stew includes a “Sisters Set” featuring

Tegan and Sara


First Aid Kit

Live tracks from  Bonnie Raitt and John Prine, Matt Anderson and  Tower of Power Knock yourself out!

Snarky Puppy, Jimi Hendrix, Lake Street Dive, The Honeydrippers, Otis Redding, Van Morrison, Annie Lennox, Aretha, Mark Knopfler,  Marcus King, and Leeroy Stagger

Goodbye November. Thirty days of wet leaves and bad hockey!


Mulligan Stew Nov 30 2019
The Stew with TDMulligan Special Guest – Stephen Fearing and his new album
rockin at midnight the honeydrippers Vol 1
hard to handle otis redding soul manifesto 64-70
three chords and The Truth van morrison three chords and The Truth
Mulligan Stew
living room tegan and sara if it was you
good luck, kid joseph good luck, kid
brother first aid kit America Special Guest – Stephen Fearing – The Unconquerable Past
Angel from Montgomery (live) bonnie raitt and john prine tribute to steve goodman
weightless (live) matt anderson live at olympic hall
what’s the matter now? david vest david vest
Mulligan Stew Podcast – features the film Marriage Story interviews with L Dern. A Driver. A Alda. Noah Baumbach
wait in vain annie lennox medusa
knock yourself out (live) The Tower of Power 40th anniversary Live Coming UP – Mark Knopfler. Lake St Dive. Jimi & Snarky Puppy
doesn’t even matter now lake street dive free yourself up
nobody does that mark knopfler down the road wherever
wildflower and wine marcus king eldorado Coming UP – Stephen Fearing Interview
caught in the middle leeroy stagger me and the mountain Special Winter Menu
all along the watchtower jimi hendrix electric ladyland
Terry Mulligan – The Stew NEXT – Stephen Fearing Interview
Quarter master snarky puppy ground up Home of The Stew. Podcast and Tasting Room Radio
Stephen Fearing Interview The Unconquerable Past
Marie Stephen Fearing The Unconquerable Past
Stephen Fearing Interview The Unconquerable Past
Christine Stephen Fearing The Unconquerable Past
Stephen Fearing Interview
break our Mother’s heart Stephen Fearing The Unconquerable Past
Stephen Fearing Interview Complete Interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast
stay with me Stephen Fearing The Unconquerable Past
Thanks for checking in
I never loved a man (the way I love you) Aretha Franklin Never loved a man


Mulligan Stew Nov 23rd 2019- Dedicated to the heart & soul of John Mann


Spirit of the West frontman John Mann, who suffers from Alzheimer’s, walks off stage following the band’s final concert in Vancouver, Saturday, April 16, 2016. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward

We all lost an outstanding man this week and many of us lost a friend.

John Mann, frontman and co-writer for Spirit of the West

There are many many people in this country dealing with heavy hearts because of John’s death.

He was a rock. To his beloved wife Jill Daum and their children.

We will remember John on Saturdays Stew . It won’t be just once… I’ll play his/their music as long as I’m able.

We also salute our radio neighbor Holger Petersen from Natch’l  Blues.   The Stew has only been around for 24 years.  Double that with Holger.

Dude is an audio marathon runner.

TWO guests this week


Marcus King – is only 23 years old but he started playing guitar and singing when he was like  6 months old.  OK..maybe 3 years old but he was YOUNG.

Marcus has a new album coming – Eldorado – and we’ll talk about it and play some tracks.

(The complete interview can be heard on Mulligan Stew Podcast – Spotify. Google Play or Apple Podcasts)


And the final guests are Jay Onrait and Dan O’Toole from TSN Sports Center.


Love these guys..we have talked  Super Bowl and Grey Cup for a couple of years now. But we do it through food, drink, music and personal hygiene!

For your dining and dancing pleasure here’s the complete playlist
And finally the last guest on this Grey Cup Weekend. Jay and Dave.  Sorry Dan


Mulligan Stew Nov 23 2019
This Stew is dedicated to the heart & soul of John Mann Guests include Marcus King plus Jay & Dan from TSN
Thank You John Mann The Waiting Room
Christine Stephen Fearing The Unconquerable past
Hey Hey (song for Gord) Leeroy Stagger Strange Path First Guest today – Marcus King
Old Man (live) neil young and stray gators Tuscalusa
Nothing Manx/Marriner Hellbound for heaven
Brother John/Iko Iko Neville Brothers Fiyo on the bayou
NEXT – Marcus King brings solo album Eldorado
Marcus King Interview complete interview on mulligan stew podcast
The Well Marcus King Eldorado
Marcus King Interview complete interview on mulligan stew podcast
Rita is gone Marcus King Band The Marcus King band
Marcus King Interview
Wildflowers and Wine Marcus King Eldorado
Marcus King Interview Podcast on Spotify. Google Play. Apple Podcasts
Slipback Marcus King Band Due North EP
That’s how strong my love is Otis Redding The very best of Otis NEXT – Brothers and Sisters
Locked up The Avett brothers Closer than together
Good love The Bros Landreth 87
Babylon Sisters Steely Dan Gaucho
Sisters of Mercy (live) Leonard Cohen Live in London
Cry over nothing The Wood Brothers Kingdom of the Mind
Roll away the Stone Leon Russell Leon Russell
Big Yello Taxi Joni Mitchell Ladies of the Canyon
Coming UP – Jay Onrait/Dan O’Toole Grey Cup HooHaw
Memphis Lonny Mack The wham of Memphis
crossroads Ry Cooder Crossroads Soundtrack
Green River CCR Best of NEXT – Jan and Dan – TSN talk Grey Cup Chili
If not for you George Harrison All things must pass
Jay Onrait & Dan O’Toole – TSN Talking Grey Cup halftime and Stuff
Helpless (live) The Band and Neil Young The Last Waltz
Home for a Rest Spirit of the West Save this House
Thank You John Mann You were loved. You are forever with us.