Bros Landreth

EP 207 | The Bros. Landreth-New album ‘Come Morning’


It’s amazing how life always seems to bring us full circle.

The Landreth Brothers just released their fourth album together called Come Morning.

They grew up in a completely musical household.

Father Wally was a true working musician. Their Mother would sometimes go with the boys in bassinets and kid chairs to watch over them and keep an eye on Wally.

They grew up listening to Bonnie Raitt, the many persona’s of Ry Cooder, Lyle Lovett, and most importantly Little Feat.

They were artists who could evoke Mississippi, Muscle Shoals, LA, NYC, and Texas in one album.

The Landreth family was based in Winnipeg but the music took them to all those places and beyond.

The music saved them. Gave them hope and promise.

So here comes their latest ‘Come Morning’ and it’s filled with ebb and flow, being away from home, being at home for 2 years,  songs of redemption, being in Love, not being in love, and dealing with the weight of sexual abuse.

This feels like the album that will change everything. Have a listen to the boys and their music. See if the hope and promise, ebb and flow hasn’t come full circle.

They bring an in-studio acoustic version of ‘What in the World’ with them.

Keep an ear out for ‘Corduroy’ and Joey’s painful story behind it. Joey opened his heart to all of us.




Mulligan Stew July 4th 2020-Black Pumas and Bros Landreth


Its a week like no other..even crazier than the week between Christmas and  New Years.

It starts with June 30 (the birthday)

Then July 1 Canada’s Birthday

Then July 4 – America’s Independence Day.

And all the while there’s a pandemic changing the World as we know it.

A lethal combination of happiness and dread!

Can music heal the wounds?   That’s asking a lot but the TRY is so worth it.

We have guests this July 4. 

Eric Burton, lead singer and co-writer of tunes for the Grammy-nominated Black Pumas.

Eric tells the story of busking for years on the streets and on the Santa Monica Pier in LA.

Then finally on the streets in Austin Texas where he’s heard,  discovered and busted.

Several of the songs he sang for dollars later became the ones that audiences and Grammy judges heard and loved.

Eric’s voice is sublime and he’s just getting started. A blend of Sam Cooke, Otis, and James Brown.

The interview finishes with his memory of being busted in Austin.

Corner of Congress and 6th. Black kid. White Policeman. That was 3-4 years ago.

We discuss what that would have been like today..given the situation the streets are in today.

FYI – The complete long-form interview with tracks  can be heard and seen (Zoom) at

And David Landreth from The Bros. Landreth arrives with another tale of creating art with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet.

They re-recorded a song from their first album. A song called Where Were We.

Even though it was released a number of years ago – it seemed to fit the times.

The troupe from Royal Winnipeg Ballet recorded their movements with a combination of Zoom, cameras, and iPhone shots..all while sharing the screen with The Bros.

The interview can be heard on Mulligan Stew – CKUA  Radio 5-7 Mtn Saturday, July 4.

The video can be seen below:

It’s waaay damn cool.


The rest of the Stew can be checked out on the playlist below.

We wish our friends south of the border a safe and calm weekend.



Mulligan Stew July 4 2020
St Louis Blues Herbie Hancock and Stevie Wonder Gershwins World
I’d rather go blind Grace Potter Muscle Shoals. Small town-Big sound
Good Times Roll The Cars The Cars Tonights guests Black Pumas and Bros. Landreth
Vacancy Neil Young Homegrown
Black Teenagers Leeroy Stagger single
Respect Yourself Staple Singers Very Best of NEXT – Cuddy and Frazey and back to Stax
All in time Jim Cuddy Band Countrywide Soul
Golden Frazey Ford U Kin b the Sun
Don’t turn your heater down Albert King (with Steve Cropper and Pops Staples) Stax Classics
Shack in the Back The California Honeydrops Just one more and then some Coming Up next Bros. Landreth and Royal Winnipeg Ballet
David Landreth Interview Bros. Landreth with Royal Winnipeg Ballet
Where Were We Bros. Landreth with Royal Winnipeg Ballet New Single
This is Mulligan Stew with TDMulligan
You dont know (like I know) Sam and Dave Stax Complete Singles
Real real gone Van Morrison Enlightenment
634-5789 Wilson Pickett The exciting Wilson Pickett Coming UP – Eric Burton Black Pumas
J’ai Deux Amour Madeleine Peyroux Careless Love
Anthem (live) Leonard Cohen Live in London
Mulligan Stew
Redemption Song Johnny Cash and Joe Strummer Unearthed NEXT – Eric Burton of Black Pumas
Eric Burton Interview Complete Interview and Zoom Video
Black Moon Rising Black Pumas Black Pumas
Eric Burton Interview Complete Interview and Zoom Video
Fast Car Black Pumas New Single
Eric Burton Interview Complete Interview and Zoom Video
Colours (Acoustic) Black Pumas Spotify single