Iconic Canadian broadcaster Terry David Mulligan has conducted some truly memorable interviews over the span of his 50-year career. The Mulligan Stew podcast features some of Terry’s best interviews, past and present. Expect intimate and engaging conversations with compelling characters from the world of music, film, wine, food, and beyond.

EP 185 | Shawn Edwards

The Critics Choice Association will present the annual Celebration of Black Cinema & Television on Monday, Dec 6 at the Fairmont Century Plaza Hotel LA. Since 2014, the Celebration of Black Cinema has honored standout achievements in Black filmmaking. This year, for the first time,...

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EP 184 | Stevie Van Zandt pt2

Who, what and when was the “Big Bang” of Popular music? Who changed rock into an  “art form” in 1965 and with what song? What songs did Steve suggest to close the Sopranos? How much did Sopranos change his life? What does Steve consider...

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EP 183 | Stevie Van Zandt pt1

  Little Steven Miami Steve Van Zandt Silvio Dante (Sopranos) Frankie The Fixer Tagliano (Lilyhammer) Steve is every one of those guys and a lot more. He turns 71 on Nov 22nd and celebrates the release of his new autobiography Unrequited  Infatuations. Steve and Bruce Springsteen...

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EP 182 | Dan Mangan-All Together Now

I did my first interview with Dan Mangan years ago on a hot and dusty day at the Calgary Folk Festival. Had never met him or heard him perform. He was one of half a dozen interviews I was scheduled to do.  I started...

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EP 181 | Colin James

November 5th Colin James releases his 20th studio album Open Road. Colin found a way to write and record music during the Covid 19 Pandemic. Gather your music friends and create. Colin co-wrote and made music with pals Tom Wilson (Toronto) & Colin Linden (Nashville) Both are members of Blackie...

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EP 180 | Jr. Gone Wild

Guest is Founder of Jr Gone Wild – Original member Mike McDonald The band was founded in Edmonton in 1982. They recorded their first album, Less Art More Pop, in 1986. Junior won an Alberta Recording Industry Award for best rock band in 1994. They...

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