RAW Interviews

Mulligan Stew January 27th 2018- Jesse Roper and Jim Cuddy Interviews


 

Hours after this show had been recorded and sent, I found out that my friend Tommy Banks had died.

Musician, mentor, humanitarian, Senator and one of the best people I had ever met,  Tommy Banks is very much woven into the fabric that is Canada.

The kind of person who will always be remembered by anyone who met or even knew him.

He brought light to our lives and that light has dimmed but not gone out.

He’s left music and memories.

He should be honored at this year’s Junos in Vancouver and frankly, I would suggest a permanent award in his honor.

Whatever that park is named adjacent to CKUA Radio on Jasper Ave in Edmonton should be renamed, Tommy Banks Park.

Goodbye Tommy …


Mulligan Stew

8:00-10 PM

It feels like Jesse Roper is just beginning what could be a fabulous career in music. He’s just released this third album called Access to Infinity which is released Friday, Feb 2. He’s more than paid his dues. Playing stages big and small getting his name and his songs out there.

Jesse is a really good songwriter, vocalist, and performer but man can he play guitar.

We talk about his influences and I hear Jimi and Carlos Santana in his playing.  Thankfully he agreed.

His third album is called Access to Infinity.  I can’t wait to play certain tracks after “the embargo” is lifted.

Jesse’s touring with Big Wreck and the dates are below.



Jim Cuddy RAW interview Jim Cuddy Constellation RAW Jan 2018

Jim Cuddy, co-founder, and co-leader of Blue Rodeo has released his fourth solo album “Constellation”  Friday under the name of The Jim Cuddy Band.

Jim and I work our way through several of the songs he wrote and he mentions there’s a balance in the album between loss and love.

It takes a true songwriter to find that balance. As Jim says “I wanted to waste not one word on this album.”

We talk about the koss of Gord Downey.  The battle John Mann is waging.  The title track called “Constellations” (with an s) is about yet another friend battling Cancer and what his loss meant.

 
 
 

Jim also lights right up when I mention his upcoming 33 date tour.

“33 doesn’t sound right. It should be 35”

He wants to create a tour like Motown used to do. Various artists all sharing microphones and supporting each other.

 

That would make Jim Marvin Gaye and Barney Bentall Tammi Terrell.

The full line up is The Jim Cuddy Band.  Wicked Good.

Then Barney Bentall and his new album.

Jim’s sons Sam and Devin.

This is going to be a memorable tour. One musical generation handing the flame to the next!!

Tour dates below  Jesse First and Jim Cuddy

 

                                                                                Jesse

February 20, 2018 Bo’s Bar and Grill Red Deer, AB
February 22, 2018 Better Than Fred’s Grand Prairie, AB
February 23, 2018 Eagle River Casino Whitecourt, AB
February 24, 2018 The Starlite Edmonton, AB
February 25, 2018 The Starlite Edmonton, AB
February 27, 2018 Vanier Hall Prince George, BC
March 1, 2018 The Commodore Ballroom Vancouver, BC
March 2, 2018 The Commodore Ballroom Vancouver, BC
March 3, 2018 Capital Ballroom Victoria, BC
March 5, 2018 Kelowna Community Theatre Kelowna, BC

                                                                                Jim

                                                                                Feb 22  Vogue  Vancouver

                                                                                  Feb 23  McPherson Victoria

                                                                                Feb 28  Jube  Edmonton

                                                                                March 1  Jube Calgary

                                                                                March 2  Harvey  Banff

                                                                                March 4  Esplanade  Medicine Hat

PLAYLIST:

Welcome to The Stew Guests Jesse Roper & Jim Cuddy www.mulliganstew.ca
Live and Let Live Bobby King and Terry Evans Live and Let Live
Bring it on home Van Morrison and Jeff Beck Roll with the Punches
Gimme some loving (live) Steve Winwood Greatest Hits Live
Mulligan Stew Guests Jesse Roper & Jim Cuddy www.mulliganstew.ca
black sheep Blackie and Serena Ryder Kings and Queens
Summertime harry manx Faith Lift
TD Mulligan Next Jesse Roper www.mulliganstew.ca
Jesse Roper Interview with TDM
Wait Jesse Roper Access to Infinity
Jesse Roper Interview with TDM
Can’t Sleep Jesse Roper Access to Infinity
Jesse Roper Interview with TDM
That Girl Jesse Roper Access to Infinity
Jesse Roper Interview with TDM
cherry Jesse Roper Access to Infinity
black country woman Led Zeppelin Physical Graffiti
Girl Friend Anderson East Encore
Ready to go Alan Doyle A week at the warehouse
pretty girls everywhere eugene clark pretty girls
good times BareNaked Ladies and The Persuassions BNL and The Persuasions
something on your mind Jim Byrnes Long hot Summer days
www.coyotesbanff.com Coming NEXT – Jim Cuddy interview www.mulliganstew.ca
Cocaine (live) Eric Clapton and Steve Winwood Live at MSG
Jim Cuddy NEXT www.mulliganstew.ca
Jim Cuddy Interview with tdm RAW interview www.mulliganstew.ca Constellation
Constellations The Jim Cuddy Band Constellation
Jim Cuddy Interview with tdm RAW interview www.mulliganstew.ca
Cold Cold Wind The Jim Cuddy Band Constellation
Jim Cuddy Interview with tdm RAW interview www.mulliganstew.ca
Lonely when you leave The Jim Cuddy Band Constellation
Thank you for listening

Mulligan Stew-West Coast- Oct 21st- Guest Grant Lawrence & Dirty Windshields-Repeat



Grant Lawrence co-founded the band The Smugglers in his parents basement in West Vancouver.
They blazed through the 90’s..starting with church gigs arranged by friend Nardwuar, the human serviette.
Grant went on to become a freaking BROADCASTER of all things – at CBC..still to this very day and a national figure.
Bangs out books plays goalie, has a wonderful family and has released the book Dirty Windshields.
It’s about The Smugglers journey through the 90’s and how they somehow not only survived but carved out a career around the World.
Grant brings stories of he and a Python meeting in at pay phone  while being live on air.
Stories of he and Nardwuar knocking on my door in West Van on Halloween night..not for treats but advice on the music and radio business.
And I didn’t slam the door.
He reminds me that I’m in two Smugglers videos etc.
How does he remember all this?
Because he kept a diary.  Ingenious!
Corey Wood, webmaster, has placed  The RAW interview Here.  Enjoy!!

 Dirty Windshields is the long-awaited memoir from CBC host and award-winning author Grant Lawrence, baring all the salacious and hilarious details from his touring days as the lead singer of Vancouver-based rock and roll band The Smugglers. Formed when most of the members were still in high school, The Smugglers came of age during the height of the grunge explosion in the early 1990s, when Grant, working as a concert promoter, put on shows for Nirvana, Green Day and Bad Religion, among many others.
In Dirty Windshields, Grant chronicles the band’s booze-fueled, sweaty, broke and wayward attempts at rock and roll glory as they trekked across Canada, the United States, and eventually, Europe and the Pacific Rim. In their sixteen years of touring, the Smugglers experienced all the highs and lows the road can offer, from playing a gig at New York’s legendary CBGB club to starting a riot in a Denver nightclub to having their performance tuxes stolen in Australia.
 
Through the fights, sexual misadventures, new friendships, dance contests and mayhem, the band grew up together on the road. Told with Grant’s signature self-deprecating wit, the anecdotes develop into a compelling story of the growth of an independent, do-it-yourself touring band, a community, and a musical movement. So crack open a semi-cold can of Black Label beer, stick a Smugglers tape into the cassette deck and let the good times roll.
http://thesmugglers.com/
http://grantlawrence.ca/

PLAYLIST:

Mulligan Stew October 21 2017 TD Mulligan www.mulliganstew.ca
The Great Highway Ray Davies Americana
you can leave your hat on (Live) Joe Cocker Cocker Live
Change it (live) Stevie Ray Vaughn Live Alive
www.mulliganstew.ca Coming Up -Taj Mahal. Aretha. Chuck Berry & New Barney www.mulliganstew.ca
Master Blaster Stevie Wonder Best of
Messing with the Kid (live) Junior Wells An introduction to Junior Wells
TD Mulligan Mulligan Stew NEXT – Hairy Manx..sorry..Harry Minx
Summertime Harry manz and Sydney Lyric Quartet Faith Lift
That’s how strong my love is Taj Mahal The essential Taj
Dr Feelgood Aretha Franklin best of
Hot Cookin G Love Lemonade
Big Boys Chuck Berry Chuck
www.mulliganstew.ca Mulligan Stew TDMulligan
Can’t you hear me knockin The Rolling Stones Sticky Fingers
www.mulliganstew.ca TDM Next – NEW Barney Bentall
The Miner Barney Bentall with Dustin Bentall The Drifter and the Preacher
This is Mulligan Stew Tonights Guest Grant Lawrence & Dirty Windshields www.mulliganstew.ca
Falling Slowly (live) Glen Hansard & Eddie Vedder Youtube
while my guitar gently weeps The Beatles White LP
Hang loose Alabama Shakes Boys and Girls
why why why Jimmy Vaughn Keep your soul. Tribute to Doug Sahm
Coming UP – Grant Lawrence Interview Mulligan Stew www.mulliganstew.ca
Out of the blue Blue Rodeo In our nature
Devils Load Lee harvey Osmond The Folk Sinner
NEXT – Grant Lawrence talks The Smugglers and his book Dirty Windshields mulligan stew
Grant Lawrence interview Dirty Windshields TDMulligan
It never changes Jr Gone Wild Less art More Pop
Grant Lawrence interview Dirty Windshields TDMulligan
especially for you The Smugglers Dirty Windshields Soundtrack
Grant Lawrence interview Dirty Windshields TDMulligan
Rosie The Smugglers Dirty Windshields Soundtrack
Grant Lawrence interview Dirty Windshields TDMulligan
Vancouver BC The Smugglers Dirty Windshields Soundtrack
TD Mulligan Thanks for listening See you at Blue Rodeo Sunday
I found a love (live) Greg Allman Greg Allam Live – Back to Macon
Mulligan Stew October 21 2017 TD Mulligan www.mulliganstew.ca
The Great Highway Ray Davies Americana
you can leave your hat on (Live) Joe Cocker Cocker Live
Change it (live) Stevie Ray Vaughn Live Alive
www.mulliganstew.ca Coming Up -Taj Mahal. Aretha. Chuck Berry & New Barney www.mulliganstew.ca
Master Blaster Stevie Wonder Best of
Messing with the Kid (live) Junior Wells An introduction to Junior Wells
TD Mulligan Mulligan Stew NEXT – Hairy Manx..sorry..Harry Minx
Summertime Harry manz and Sydney Lyric Quartet Faith Lift
That’s how strong my love is Taj Mahal The essential Taj
Dr Feelgood Aretha Franklin best of
Hot Cookin G Love Lemonade
Big Boys Chuck Berry Chuck
www.mulliganstew.ca Mulligan Stew TDMulligan
Can’t you hear me knockin The Rolling Stones Sticky Fingers
www.mulliganstew.ca TDM Next – NEW Barney Bentall
The Miner Barney Bentall with Dustin Bentall The Drifter and the Preacher
This is Mulligan Stew Tonights Guest Grant Lawrence & Dirty Windshields www.mulliganstew.ca
Falling Slowly (live) Glen Hansard & Eddie Vedder Youtube
while my guitar gently weeps The Beatles White LP
Hang loose Alabama Shakes Boys and Girls
why why why Jimmy Vaughn Keep your soul. Tribute to Doug Sahm
Coming UP – Grant Lawrence Interview Mulligan Stew www.mulliganstew.ca
Out of the blue Blue Rodeo In our nature
Devils Load Lee harvey Osmond The Folk Sinner
NEXT – Grant Lawrence talks The Smugglers and his book Dirty Windshields mulligan stew
Grant Lawrence interview Dirty Windshields TDMulligan
It never changes Jr Gone Wild Less art More Pop
Grant Lawrence interview Dirty Windshields TDMulligan
especially for you The Smugglers Dirty Windshields Soundtrack
Grant Lawrence interview Dirty Windshields TDMulligan
Rosie The Smugglers Dirty Windshields Soundtrack
Grant Lawrence interview Dirty Windshields TDMulligan
Vancouver BC The Smugglers Dirty Windshields Soundtrack
TD Mulligan Thanks for listening See you at Blue Rodeo Sunday
I found a love (live) Greg Allman Greg Allam Live – Back to Macon

Mulligan Stew July 29th 2017- Guest Grant Lawrence & Dirty Windshields



Grant Lawrence co-founded the band The Smugglers in his parents basement in West Vancouver.
They blazed through the 90’s..starting with church gigs arranged by friend Nardwuar, the human serviette.
Grant went on to become a freaking BROADCASTER of all things – at CBC..still to this very day and a national figure.
Bangs out books plays goalie, has a wonderful family and has released the book Dirty Windshields.
It’s about The Smugglers journey through the 90’s and how they somehow not only survived but carved out a career around the World.
Grant brings stories of he and a Python meeting in at pay phone  while being live on air.
Stories of he and Nardwuar knocking on my door in West Van on Halloween night..not for treats but advice on the music and radio business.
And I didn’t slam the door.
He reminds me that I’m in two Smugglers videos etc.
How does he remember all this?
Because he kept a diary.  Ingenious!
Corey Wood, webmaster, has placed  The RAW interview Here.  Enjoy!!

 Dirty Windshields is the long-awaited memoir from CBC host and award-winning author Grant Lawrence, baring all the salacious and hilarious details from his touring days as the lead singer of Vancouver-based rock and roll band The Smugglers. Formed when most of the members were still in high school, The Smugglers came of age during the height of the grunge explosion in the early 1990s, when Grant, working as a concert promoter, put on shows for Nirvana, Green Day and Bad Religion, among many others.
In Dirty Windshields, Grant chronicles the band’s booze-fueled, sweaty, broke and wayward attempts at rock and roll glory as they trekked across Canada, the United States, and eventually, Europe and the Pacific Rim. In their sixteen years of touring, the Smugglers experienced all the highs and lows the road can offer, from playing a gig at New York’s legendary CBGB club to starting a riot in a Denver nightclub to having their performance tuxes stolen in Australia.
 
Through the fights, sexual misadventures, new friendships, dance contests and mayhem, the band grew up together on the road. Told with Grant’s signature self-deprecating wit, the anecdotes develop into a compelling story of the growth of an independent, do-it-yourself touring band, a community, and a musical movement. So crack open a semi-cold can of Black Label beer, stick a Smugglers tape into the cassette deck and let the good times roll.
http://thesmugglers.com/
http://grantlawrence.ca/

PLAYLIST:

The Great Highway Ray Davies Americana
you can leave your hat on (Live) Joe Cocker Cocker Live
Change it (live) Stevie Ray Vaughn Live Alive
www.canadahouse.com Coming Up -Taj Mahal. Aretha. Chuck Berry & New Barney www.mulliganstew.ca
Master Blaster Stevie Wonder Best of
Messing with the Kid (live) Junior Wells An introduction to Junior Wells
TD Mulligan Mulligan Stew NEXT – Hairy Manx..sorry..Harry Minx
Summertime Harry manz and Sydney Lyric Quartet Faith Lift
That’s how strong my love is Taj Mahal The essential Taj
Dr Feelgood Aretha Franklin best of
Hot Cookin G Love Lemonade
Big Boys Chuck Berry Chuck
www.coyotes.banff Mulligan Stew TDMulligan
Can’t you hear me knockin The Rolling Stones Sticky Fingers
www.mulliganstew.ca TDM Next – NEW Barney Bentall
The Miner Barney Bentall with Dustin Bentall The Drifter and the Preacher
This is Mulligan Stew Tonights Guest Grant Lawrence & Dirty Windshields www.mulliganstew.ca
Falling Slowly (live) Glen Hansard & Eddie Vedder Youtube
while my guitar gently weeps The Beatles White LP
Hang loose Alabama Shakes Boys and Girls
why why why Jimmy Vaughn Keep your soul. Tribute to Doug Sahm
Coming UP – Grant Lawrence Interview Mulligan Stew www.mulliganstew.ca
Out of the blue Blue Rodeo In our nature
Devils Load Lee harvey Osmond The Folk Sinner
NEXT – Grant Lawrence talks The Smugglers and his book Dirty Windshields mulligan stew
Grant Lawrence interview Dirty Windshields TDMulligan
It never changes Jr Gone Wild Less art More Pop
Grant Lawrence interview Dirty Windshields TDMulligan
especially for you The Smugglers Dirty Windshields Soundtrack
Grant Lawrence interview Dirty Windshields TDMulligan
Rosie The Smugglers Dirty Windshields Soundtrack
Grant Lawrence interview Dirty Windshields TDMulligan
Vancouver BC The Smugglers Dirty Windshields Soundtrack
TD Mulligan Thanks for listening See you at Blue Rodeo Sunday
I found a love (live) Greg Allman Greg Allam Live – Back to Macon

Mulligan Stew March 4th 2017- Tom Cochrane Interview!


Tom Cochrane is starting his Mad Mad World 25th anniversary tour this week in the West.
That’s the album that gave us Life is a Highway. And many fans for Tom.
26 years ago Tom and I had traveled to Malawi, Ethiopia, Mozambique and other African nations on behalf of World Vision.
He guests on Saturdays Stew and we have lots to talk about.
Tom and I have always talked..we’ve developed a shorthand over the years.
There was a moment in the skies over Africa in a small prop plane in the middle of a violent storm,  where be both looked at each other and said “ we may not get through this”.
Tom was in the co-pilot seat..I thought that was a good sign.
Those kinds of things pull you together.
We both came back to Canada changed humans.
You can’t walk through camps where people die in front of you and not be changed.
Thankfully, when you leave the tents where the life or death battle takes place…you’re greeted by the cured,  the healed and the just plain lucky.
They sing, they dance, they celebrate being alive.
It shows itself in Tom’s music

Tour Dates:

Mar 02 Abbotsford Centre Abbotsford, Canada
Mar 03 Prospera Place Kelowna, Canada
Mar 04 Sandman Centre Kamloops, Canada
Mar 06 Prince George CN Centre Prince George, Canada
Mar 07 Revolution Place Grande Prairie, Canada
Mar 09 Canalta Centre Medicine Hat, Canada
    Mar 10 Centenial Centre Bonnyville, Canada

PLAYLIST:

Welcome to The Stew with Terry David Mulligan
Neva Delbert McClinton Prick of the Litter
Can’t get next to you Al Green Best of
You don’t see it The Duhks Fast paced World
The Waiting (live) Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Pack up the Plantation
www.canadahouse.com Tonights guest – Tom Cochrane. In an Hour
Got to move (live) Fleetwood Mac Boston Blues
Sixteen Tons (live) ZZ Top with Jeff Beck Greatest hits from around The World
Lovely Rita The Beatles Sgt Pepper
Mulligan Stew with tdm Tom Cochrane Interview in an hour Aretha next
Think Aretha Franklin Something to believe in
Didn’t it rain Amy Helm Didn’t it rain
Can’t get my act together Ron Sexsmith Carosel One
Crawl bare naked ladies Grinning Streak
TD Mulligan – Mulligan Stew Coming UP – Jimi and The Stones
Wait until tomorrow Jimi Hendrix Best of
Sympathy for the Devil (live) The Rolling Stones Hyde Park Live
Hour Two of Mulligan Stew Tom Cochrane Interview in 30 minutes
Gangster of Love Stevie “Guitar” Miller Sailor
You’re so fine Stevie “Guitar” Miller Sailor
No regrets Tom Cochrane Mad Mad World
Chest fever The Band Music from Big Pink
www.coyotesbanff.com Tom Cochrane in 10
Can I get a Witness Son Real The Name
Don’t make them like they used to The harpoonist and the axe murderer Real Fine Mess
TD Mulligan – Mulligan Stew
Baby Ran 54 40 La Difference A History Unplugged
Mulligan Stew – Year 21 Tom Cochrane NEXT
Tom Cochrane Interview Mad Mad World Tour
Emotional Truth Tom Cochrane Mad Mad World
Tom Cochrane Interview Mad Mad World Tour
Life is a Highway (live) Tom Cochrane Mad Mad World Deluxe
Tom Cochrane Interview
Human Race (acoustic) Tom Cochrane Songs of a Circling Spirit

David Bowie-Raw Interviews with Terry David Mulligan


David Bowie has left the stage.
A magnetic personality who drew generations of fans to him by his very being.
So regal in his character that he could have been royalty.
Actually, he was rock royalty.
He spoke the truth and wrote a truth that few matched, blending his words into and through the music.
I had the amazing luck to spend one glorious night with him in his suite in Vancouver
He had just flown in from Japan and was just beginning his day as we were ending ours. He warned me he could talk for hours because of jet lag.
And so we did.. After the camera ran out of tapes..an hour I think, we just sat and talked. About family, children, jazz, Canada and Vancouver in particular.
The man was the kindest,nicest, most thoughtful artist I ever interviewed.
His loss numbs my heart but his influence  and his music will live on.
TDM


Jeff Healey & Colin James Interview – 1989


Much Music in the 70’s and 80’s was a place of magic, where anything could happen and DID happen.
For Example…
I was able to convince my fellow West coaster Colin James to sit in with Jeff Healey to riff on a couple tunes.
BUT…if they worked my name into the lyrics they got 5 bucks EACH!
This is fine music with a great vibe. I treasure it.
Enjoy!
-TDM

December 12th 2015 – Jann Arden Interview

Jann Arden is our special guest and I do mean special.
We haven’t seen each other or even spoken for at least 15 years..
After years of talking in front of the Much Music cameras
We have mutual friends and a mutual love for great music.
Jann’s recorded 12 albums. 19 Top Ten singles.
Won many awards including multiple Junos.
She recently lost her Father.
Her Mother is battling Alzheimer’s with the help of Jann and her friends.
She’s just finished writing her first novel.
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Her first Christmas album – A Jann Arden Christmas – is a best seller. Produced by Bob Rock!
She guests on a Christmas special Sunday night on The Social.
She wrote on-line about looking after aging parents and was shocked to have I Million people around the world read her words.
She’s been with the same label – Universal – for her whole career, which really didn’t begin until she was 30.
And she’s managed by the best – Bruce Allen.  What a pair!
And so..whatever would Jann and I have to talk about?
You’d be surprised what Jann reveals on this show.
She’s covered in well earned fame and profile today but waaay back when, during one wet and cold Christmas, she busked on the streets of Gastown in Vancouver.
It’s an amazing story she shares..very open and honest.
We welcome Jann Arden to Mulligan Stew.
Full interview below:

 
 

PLAYLIST:

This is The Christmas Stew Part One playlist www.mulliganstew.ca Special Guest – Jann Arden
It’s Christmas Time again OX Silent Night & other Cowboy songs
Mary had a baby Bruce Cockburn Christmas
Merry Christmas baby Steve Pineo Steve Pineo Christmas LP
This is The Christmas Stew Part One www.canadahouse.com playlist www.mulliganstew.ca
Peace in the World The Subdudes Christmas Gumbo
Merry Christmas baby Bruce Springsteen / E Street band Suoer Star Christmas
Long road home Sheryl Crow Home for Christmas/100 miles from memphis
This is The Christmas Stew Part One Coming UP – Jann Arden Interview
May everyday be Christmas Irma Thomas/Preservation Hall jazz band Holidays Rule
Christmas all over again The Travelling Wilburys Christmas single
Maybe this Christmas Ron Sexsmith Maybe this Christmas
Blue Christmas Kate and Anna McGarrigle McGarrigle Family Christmas
This is The Christmas Stew Part One www.coyotesbanff.com Coming UP – Jann Arden
Christmas on the Bayou Dave GoGo Christmas with the Blues
Christmas in prison (live) John Prine John Prine Christmas
This is The Christmas Stew Part One NEXT – Jann Arden Interview
Santa Claus Sonny Boy Williamson Best of the Blues
This is The Christmas Stew Part One playlist www.mulliganstew.ca Here comes Jann Arden
Jann Arden Interview
Please come hiome for Christmas Jann Arden A Jann Arden Christmas
Jann Arden Interview
O Holy Night Jann Arden A Jann Arden Christmas
Jann Arden Interview
Counting Mercies Jann Arden Everything Almost
This is The Christmas Stew Part One with Terry David Mulligan
merry Christmas baby Charles Brown/Bonnie Raitt Very Special Christmas Vol 1
White Christmas Darlene Love A Christmas gift for you
Going home for Christmas Alabama Red Christmas 6
Christmas Darlene Love A Christmas gift for you
Christmas Prayer Aaron Neville Christmas Gumbo
Universal Child Annie Lennox Now Christmas 5
White Chrustmas The Drifters A soulful Christmas
Linus and Lucy Vince Guaraldi Trio a charlie brown Christmas

Mulligan Stew October 10th 2015 – Maria Muldaur Interview

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Not long ago Maria Muldaur realized it had been 40 years since “Midnight at the Oasis,”.  She  had released 40 albums in her career.
“Instead of going into the studio to do the 41st, I should take the time to reflect and celebrate. It has been an amazing musical adventure.”
She’s currently on the road doing  her “Way Past Midnight” multimedia show.
Listen to the RAW INTERVIEW HERE:

It’s a mix of old photos and moments in her life. She adds the music and the stories and you’re left with a fabulous evening.
“I am always most excited about the newest material I am doing, and other songs get put back on the shelf or dropped. Fans call out for old favorites, but we just don’t have time to do them. This time we are pulling them out, along with doing up-to-date songs. Loyal fans have almost universally told me, ‘This is the best show of all time we have ever seen you do.’ They call it an ‘informance,’ since they are also learning a little bit from the stories.”
Muldaur lives in the San Francisco Bay area, where she often performs when not on tour. She estimates she does about 150 shows a year. In 2013, she appeared as a special guest with Bill Wyman’s Rhythm Kings, and toured with the Campbell Brothers, a sacred steel gospel group, for their presentation “Spirit & the Blues.”

She was a member of the Jerry Garcia Band in the late ’70s.
Maria  says that her type of American roots music is having “a huge resurgence. There are more blues, old-time music and fiddle festivals than ever. When I want to find extra musicians, they are all touring Europe.” She credits the film “O Brother, Where Art Thou?” with starting a revival of the music her generation learned from old 78 records.
“There is no help from the aboveground media. You won’t read about it in People magazine. But young people hear it after decades of junk music and wonder, ‘What’s that sound?'”
Our second guest is someone you may have heard of Allison Brock. Al and her friends have organized next weekend’s Wide Cut Weekend http://www.widecutweekend.com/
 Roots music is a big part of our identity, so let’s build this thing. Let’s celebrate our homegrown artists. Let’s bring this thing home. Just sayin’. . . #yeefreakinhaw 
– Allison Brock, Artistic Director
 
Allison has the line up and all  the stages and how to get yer tickets  – today on The Stew
As for the playlist..
Two Thank you songs  from Sam and Dave plus John Mann from his CD and stage play The Waiting Room.
Leeroy  Stagger
NEW Bryan Adams track produced by ‘Jeff Lynn.
New Blue Rodeo live
 
And speaking of LIVE tracks.
Right at 5:30 Mtn  you get ALL live tracks from

  • John Fogerty
  • Joe Cocker
  • Tom Petty
  • Van Morrison
  • Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats
  • Makin Whoopie – ‘Ray Charles

 
Happy Thanksgiving
-TDM

PLAYLIST:

This is Mulligan Stew Oct 10 2015 Playlist www.mulliiganstew.ca Happy Thanksgiving
I thank you Sam and Dave Best of
Cabbage Alley The Meters Cabbage Alley
Don’t think twice Steve Pineo Around the Horn
Thank You John Mann The Waiting Room
www.canadahouse.com Playlist www.mulliiganstew.ca
Allison Brock Interview www.widecutweekend.com
Enough love to go around Leeroy Stagger Radiant Land
Mulligan Stew with TD Mulligan
midnight Special John Fogety/Lightning in a bottle
She came in through the bathroom window (live) Joe Cocker. Mad Dogs and Englishmen Live at Filmore East
Shadow of a doubt Tom Petty Bridge School Concerts
The way young lovers do Van Morrison Astral Weeks – live at Hollywood Bowl
SOB (Fallon) Nathaniel Rateliff & Night Sweats Single
Makin Whoopie (live) Ray Charles Best of
This is Mulligan Stew playlist at www.mulliganstew.ca Maria Muldaur interview in 30
You belong to me bryan adams Get Up
Devil’s Load Lee harvey Osmond The Folk Sinner
Bad Timing (live) Blue Rodeo Live at Massey hall
Small Town (live) John Mellencamp Live at Town Hall
rough boys Pete Townsend Best of
www.coyotesbanff.com Coming UP – Maria Muldaur Interview
Maria Muldaur Interview
It ain’t the Meat, Its the Motion Maria Muldaur Best of Maria Muldaur
Maria Muldaur Interview
Nobody’s Fault but mine Maria Muldaur Best of Maria Muldaur
Maria Muldaur Interview
Midnight at The Oasis Maria Muldaur Best of
The Answer Joss Stone Water for your soul

Mulligan Stew October 3rd 2015-Ron Sexsmith Interview

Terry has an in depth interview with Ron Sexsmith, catching up on what he has been doing in the studio. Highly respected singer and songwriter, Ron Sexsmith spins tale, pokes fun at himself and takes us back to when he was a busker on the streets of Victoria BC
Colin linden, Smokey Robinson and the Miracles and much more…
 
Twitter Tell Ron you heard him on #MulliganStew ! 

 

PLAYLIST:

Song Artist Album
River Deep Mountain High Darlene Love Introducing Darlene Love
Crossroads John Mayer Battle Studies
Don’t look back Royal Southern Brotherhood Don’t look back
www.canadahouse.com Coming UP – Colin Linden. Etta James and Guest Ron Sexsmith
Little bit of red (acoustic) Serena Ryder Purely Acoustic
The Hurt Colin Linden Rich in Love
Something got a hold on me Etta James Best of Chess
this is mulligan stew @ckuaradio NEXT – Ron Sexsmith Interview
Ron Sexsmith Interview
St Bernard Ron Sexsmith Carousel One
Get away car Ron Sexsmith Carousel One
Ron Sexsmith Interview
Can’t get my act together Ron Sexsmith Carousel One
Ron Sexsmith Interview
is anybodfy going to San Antone Ron Sexsmith Carousel One
this is mulligan stew @ckuaradio playlist www.mulliganstew.ca
Boneyard Jon Cleary GoGo Juice
Nighttime talks to me Leroy Stagger Radiant Land
Give your woman what she wants Taj Mahal Giant Steps
Higher and Higher Galactic (JJ Grey) Into the deep
No more cheap wine Colin Linden Rich in Love
www.coyotesbanff.com Coming UP – Smokey. Ridley Bent.Colin james. Blue Rodeo live
Ohh baby Smokey Robinson and the Miracles Hitsville
Pledging my Love Delbert McClinton Best of Chess
this is mulligan stew @ckuaradio Host TD Mulligan
Apache Hairlifter Ridley Bent Buckles and Boots
Easy Money Bruce Springsteen Wrecking ball
Rainy Day Dream Away Colin James Traveller
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5 days in May (live) Blue Rodeo Live at Massey Hall

Mulligan Stew Sept 26th Colin Linden Interview


 
All the way from his home studio in Nashville..comes one of our favourite people – period – Colin Linden. His new LP  Rich in Love
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Whether you like the Colin that is part of Blackie  and the Rodeo Kings or his solo self or part of the Nashville TV series working with the great Buddy Miller.
What’s not to like ??
Toured  with Dylan and his band.
Played the White House with Emmy Lou, Shirley Caesar, Lyle Lovett, Rodney Crowell and Rhiannon Giddens.
He’s brought his considerable talents to over 400 Albums. He’s produced over 100 now.
He’s back where he started  – on Stoney Plain Records. (The Immortals was the first)
 
It was a long rambling conversation that covered
His meeting Howling Wolf when Colin was 11 years old!! And what Wolf’s last words to the kid were.
The effect of Losing his great friend Richard Bell.
The next Blackie LP  Kings and Kings  (2016)
The sad story behind the song Delia Come for me.
From Grammy Nominations to The Junos..he truly is a renaissance man.
And a great storyteller.

 

PLAYLIST:

This is Mulligan Stew – approaching year 20 Host Terry David Mulligan playlist   www.mulliganstew.ca
Dust my Broom Fleetwood Mac Vintage years Live and Studio
Hoochie Coochie Coo taj Mahal Best of the Private years
when love comes to town U2 and BB King Rattle and Hum
www.canadahouse.com Mulligan Stew – CKUA Radio Coming up Tom Waits. The Band.Joss and Rickie Lee
Downtown Train Tom Waits Rain Dogs
StAGE Fright (live) The Band The Last Waltz
Dr Feedgood R&B All Stars Live Live at the Hard Rock
This is Mulligan Stew – approaching year 20 Coming UP Colin Linden Interview RAW interview www.mulliganstew.ca
Colin Linden Interview
Knob and Tube Colin Linden Rich in Love
Colin Linden Interview RAW interview at www.mulliganstew.ca
I need water Colin Linden Rich in Love
Colin Linden Interview Complete interview at mulliganstew.ca
Delia Come for me Colin Linden Rich in Love
Colin Linden Interview
Everybody wants to be loved Colin Linden Rich in Love
This is Mulligan Stew – with TD Mulligan Coming UP – Beatles.farris. Harp & Axe playlist mulliganstew.ca
Way oh Joss Stone Water for your soul
J’ai Connais Pas Rickie Lee Jones The other side of desire
Oh Darling The Beatles Abbey Road
Jonah and the Whale Mike Farris Shine for all the people
Roll with the punches The harpoonist and the Axe Murderer Checkered past
This is Mulligan Stew www.coyotesbanff.com Billy preston and Ray Charles and Roy Forbes..The real Roy
Will it go round in circles Billy preston 20th century master
I chose to sing the blues Ray Charles Best of the Private years
baby..you got what it takes Michael Buble and Sharon Jones Crazy Love
This is The Stew with TDM Playlist www.mulliganstew.ca Next Week Ron Sexsmith
Before the tear drops Vintage Trouble 1 Hopeful Road
Lie to me (live) Jonny LANG Jonny Lang Live at the Ryman
Not fade away The Band and The Crickets Not fade away – remembering buddy holly
Interview with Roy Forbes Roy’s Record Room Monday at 6PM
I’m so lonesome I could cry Roy Forbes Almost Overnight
Harvest Moon (live) Neil Young Unplugged
In my life The Beatles Red LP 62-66