Mulligan Stew Podcast

Ep 43 | Derek Trucks of Tedeschi Trucks Band Podcast

This week, Terry takes a deep dive into the electric new album by Tedeschi Trucks Band. Derek Trucks tells Terry about everything that went into creating ‘Signs’, the fifth studio album from the twelve-piece blues group.

The podcast includes three tracks from the new record: “Hard Case,” “Shame,” and “They Don’t Shine.”

The Podcast interview with Derek Trucks took place a week ago.
This Friday the new Tedeschi Trucks Band Album Signs came out.
Hours later on  Friday,  band member and friend Kofi Burbridge’s repaired heart failed him.
Yet another friend of the band passed on.
Derek talks about recent losses and how it affected the band, their lives and their music.
This Podcast is dedicated to the life and legacy of Kofi Burbridge.

-TDM

Ep 42 | Dan Mangan Podcast

 

Fresh off his recent JUNO nomination, singer-songwriter Dan Mangan joins Terry for a chat about his new career direction. The pair discusses audience reaction to his new album ‘More or Less’, his recent turn scoring films, and how time has changed his relationship with his early hit songs. The podcast features two tracks from Dan’s new record ‘More or Less’.

Ep 41 | Jay and Dan Podcast

Terry catches up with sportscasters Jay Onrait and Dan O’Toole ahead of Super Bowl Sunday. They’re back on TSN after several years in Los Angeles working for Fox Sports 1. The guys talk swill, food, football and music to play during the game.

 

Ep 40 | Joe Keithley aka Joe Shithead Podcast

Jan 26, 2019

        

Founder, lead singer and songwriter of D.O.A, Joe Keithley, aka Joey Shithead is Terry’s guest this week. Keithley was recently elected city councilor in Burnaby, BC as a member of the Burnaby Green Party. The 62-year-old punk rocker talks to us about his recent political victory, the issues that matter to him, his band’s legacy and label Sudden Death Records.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joe_Keithley

Ep 39 | Alfonso Cuarón on Roma Podcast

 

Jan 12, 2019

Academy Award-winning director Alfonso Cuarón talks to Terry about his new Golden Globe-winning film Roma. The film offers a very personal take on Alfonso’s upbringing in Mexico City and is centered on a young indigenous woman named Cleo who works as a maid for Alfonso’s middle-class family. The director, writer, producer, and editor talks about the inception of the film, and why he absolutely had to tell the story, following his success with blockbusters like Gravity and Children of Men.

How personal was this journey? Alfonso directed, wrote the screenplay, was the cinematographer, and the co-editor. It’s meant as an apology to Cleo and every one of the family household staff.

Ep 38 | Elvin Bishop Podcast

Jan 5, 2019

Elvin Bishop was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2015 for his work with the Paul Butterfield Blues Band. Just one year later, he was also added to the ranks of the Blues Hall of Fame in his own right. This year, Elvin was nominated for a Grammy for his latest album, Something Smells Funky Round Here.

On this episode, Terry talks to Elvin about his amazing 50-year-plus career. Elvin talks about his family’s reaction to his decision to pursue music as a career, his induction into the Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame with the Butterfield Blues Band, protest music in 2019, and his mentors Otis Rush and Little Smokey Smothers.

Ep 37 | Green Book co-writer Nick Vallelonga Podcast

Dec 29, 2018


Terry talks to writer and producer Nick Vallelonga about his Golden Globe-nominated film Green Book. Set in 1962, the film tells the story of Vallelonga’s father Tony Lip (Viggo Mortensen) a bouncer from the Bronx who is hired to drive and protect pianist Dr. Don Shirley (Mashershala Ali) on a concert tour from New York to the Deep South. The pair use “The Green Book” to guide them to establishments safe for African-Americans.

Ep 36 | Serena Ryder Podcast

Dec 16, 2018


This week, its Terry’s first special of the Christmas season with Serena Ryder. The Canadian hit-maker previews her new album Christmas Kisses, produced by the legendary Bob Ezrin.
“When I was a young girl, I would spend hours upon hours locked away in my room listening and singing to Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan, Nina Simon and Chet Baker” shares Ryder. “It’s been a dream of mine to be able to sing an entire album in this style – and also a dream to be able to embrace the spirit of Christmas in a genuinely joyful way.”
The podcast includes four tracks from the new record, including “Christmas Song” “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas” “White Christmas” and “Blue Christmas”.

Ep 35 | Andy Shauf on Foxwarren Podcast

Dec 9, 2018

 
Terry talks to Andy Shauf about his band Foxwarren’s new self-titled album, a record that was more than a decade in the making. Andy shares insights into four songs from the record, including “Your Small Town”, “To Be”, “I’ll Be Alright”, and “Fall Into A Dream.” Plus, Andy provides a few details on his forthcoming solo record due out in late 2019.

Ep 34 | Bruce McCulloch Podcast

Dec 1, 2018


This week, from the vaults, Terry talks with writer, actor, and comedian Bruce McCulloch. Bruce is best known for his work on the CBC sketch comedy series The Kids in the Hall (maybe you remember him as Kathie the Secretary, Cabbage Head or as pop singing sensation Tammy.)
Terry talks to Bruce about his book Let’s Start A Riot: How A Young Drunk Punk Became a Hollywood Dad. Their conversation touches on family, his musical tastes, and includes a story about the time he put his wife through “The Jukebox Test” when they first started dating.