Mulligan Stew Podcast

Ep 66|Remembering Harry McWatters and Gurvinder Bhatia pairs Music and Wine

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July 26th

Harry McWatters WAS wine in Canada. He died this week at home in Summerland. He was 74.

He founded the first estate winery, created Okanagan wine festival, same thing with BC Wine Institute.

Harry had a hand in establishing the framework of what is now the Canadian wine Industry.

The first part of our Podcast honors the words and deeds of Harry McWatters.

The second half of the Podcast deals with this weekend’s Interstellar Rodeo Music Festival in Edmonton.

Wine expert Gurvinder Bhatia pairs wines with bands..it’s fascinating and a tonne of fun.

Cheers to Harry

Interstellar Rodeo Wine List

EP 65 Jason Priestley Podcast

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Everybody knows Jason Priestley. Beverly Hills 90210, the series he starred in for 10 years, is still running all over the world. This interview was done on Willie Mitchell’s fishing boat off Tofino alongside Naomi Priestley and their kids Ava and Dash. Terry talks to Jason about wine, the 90210 reboot, and his series Private Eyes.

 

Ep 64 Kevin Hearn Podcast

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Jul 12, 2019

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

Ep 63 | Summer Festival Special Podcast

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Jul 7, 2019

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

Ep 62 | Jim Cuddy Podcast

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Jun 28, 2019

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


Ep 61| Ewan Currie of The Sheepdogs Podcast

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Jun 22, 2019

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

Ep 60 | Keb’ Mo’ Podcast

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Jun 15, 2019

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

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

Ep 59 | Leeroy Stagger Podcast

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Jun 10, 2019

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

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

Ep 58 | Jenn Grant Podcast

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Jun 1, 2019

This week, Jenn Grant releases her stunning new record, Love, Inevitable, produced by the Grammy-nominated producer and engineer Tucker Martine. Jenn talks to Terry about motherhood, what it’s like to work with a new producer after making four consecutive records with her husband Daniel Ledwell, and gives us the stories behind songs on the records.

The podcast includes four tracks from Love, Inevitable: “Favourite Daughter,” “Keep A Light On,” “Magic and Mistakes,” and “Raven.”

Ep 57 | Melissa Etheridge Podcast

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May 24, 2019

This spring, Melissa Etheridge released her 15th full-length studio album, The Medicine Show. In their first conversation in two decades, Terry and Melissa discuss how politics, the opioid crisis, and the Parkland school shooting had on the songs on her latest record. Plus, the Grammy Award-winning artist talks to Terry about her battle with cancer, where her songs come from and where they take her, and making cannabis-infused wine.