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Mulligan Stew Sept 17th 2016- Guests Stephen Fearing & Royal Wood

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TWO special guests in the first hour of this week’s Stew..
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Stephen Fearing is one busy guy.kings and kings
He’s currently in the Maritimes touring with Blackie and the Rodeo Kings..who are about to release  their much awaited Kings and Kings.
However Stephen has his own agenda.
Yes he has a new album coming early in the New year but he’s about to release on Monday his  first single called Blowhard Nation.
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It’s a protest song about the current political race in the USA but really focuses on Donald Trump.
Neither of us have seen a lot of artist push back from his fear mongering but Stephen is more than ready to have a go.
He says he’ll get a lot of social messages..we’ll keep an eye on that.
Mulligan Stew is honoured to be the first  show anywhere to play the song …

“I love the word blowhard – I imagine a man with a red face and neck rolling over the knot of his conservative tie. The last thing I saw before heading into the bush to write this batch of songs was the cover of a magazine featuring Donald Trump in full sneer. At that point it seemed inconceivable that such a loud-mouthed bully / con-artist could become the Republican nominee,” Fearing explains.
By releasing the song early, Fearing hopes to contribute to the conversation about the potentially catastrophic global impact of a Trump presidency and use the song to try and help some of the people Trump is vilifying in his campaign. With this in mind, Fearing is donating his proceeds from the single to War Child, a charity which helps children in waraffected areas through education, opportunity, and justice.
Blowhard Nation is the first single from Every Soul’s a Sailor (album available January 14, 2017). Over the course of his celebrated career Stephen Fearing has collaborated with artists such as Shawn Colvin, Richard Thompson, Sarah McLachlan, Tom Wilson, Colin Linden, and Margo Timmins. When not working behind the microphone, Fearing spends his time teaching songwriting and producing, working on projects like Suzie Vinnick’s JUNO-nominated album Happy Here.

 
 

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And a quick talk with   Royal Wood who’s passing through the West this weekend. Vancouver/Victoria this weekend. Alberta next
Enjoy the playlist!!
-TDM

PLAYLIST:

A World Between Royal Wood Ghost Light
Try a little tenderness Otis Redding My Blueberry Nights
Satan pulls the strings The Avett Brothers
Sweet little 66 Steve Earle Exit O
www.CanadaHouse.com Coming UP – Bob Marley Live in Boston
Lively Up ourself (live) Bob Marley and the Wailers Easy Skankin Live in Boston 78
17 Horses The Crooked Brothers Lawrence, Where’s my knife?
Mulligan Stew Year 20 and counting Playlist www.mulliganstew.ca Coming UP – The Frames Live
Lay me down/Ring of Fire (live) The Frames Set List (live)
Cry Love John Hiatt best of
Stephen Fearing Interview Includes Blowhard Nation single
Royal Wood Interview Ghost Light Tour
Good to be young Royal Wood Ghost Light
thanks to CanadaHouse.com Coming UP – Fleetwood Mac
Dust my Broom (live) Fleetwood Mac Preachin the Blues
Celebrated Walking Blues Taj Mahal Taj Mahal
www.coyotesbanff.com Coming UP – Los Lobos
Dream in Blue Los Lobos El CANCIANERO
There will be time Mumford and Sons Johannesburg EP
Baby Please don;t go Harry manx Dog my Cat
TD Mulligsan Mulligan Stew
Rider Ry Cooder Music by Ry Cooder
Mulligan Stew Year 20 and counting Twerry David Mulligan
California John Mayall Along for the Ride
Memo from Turner Mick Jagger Very best of
mulligan stew – for you www.mulliganstew.ca
Dixie Chicken (live) Little feat Waiting for Columbus
Tripe Faced Boogie Little feat Waiting for Columbus

Mulligan Stew February 13th 2016-David Gogo, Royal Wood Interviews

Happy  valentine’s day..

This Stew is our card to you!
Great tracks from:
Alabama Shakes/Annie Lennox/Springsteen/Kinks/Tom Petty Live/Bobby Womack/Dylan/KD/Coldplay/Sam Cooke
New music  from Matt Anderson/Donovan Woods and a beauty from 54-40..all their hits unplugged
Three different versions of Brian Wilson’s God Only Knows.

And two guest interviews…

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David GoGo –  the Susan Lucci of Canadian blues –   has been nominated for a Juno.  We apologise for his  disparaging remarks about the other nominees.  We talk about  Vicksburg Call,  his great new album and we finish with his recommendations about personal hygiene..www.davidgogo.com  Say hi on twitter: @DavidGogoBlues

 
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And we close The Stew with a quick chat with Royal Wood.
He’s passing through Alberta and performing songs from his fine new album Ghost Light.
His songs just keep getting better and better. He seems to set the bar even higher for himself every time out.  www.royalwood.ca

Say hi on twitter: @royalwood
Alberta Dates:
Saturday, February 13: Airdrie (The Bert Church Theatre)
Friday, February 19: Camrose (Jeanne & Peter Lougheed Performing Arts Centre)
Saturday, February 20: Rocky View County (Redwood House)
 

PLAYLIST:

Welcome to Mulligan Stew Playlist – www.mulliganstew.ca Here we go..
Hang Loose Alabama Shakes boys and girls
my good friends donovan woods Hard settle. Ain’t troubled
Last Surrender Matt Anderson Hnest man
Ghosts in the machine Annie lennox Songs of Mass Destruction
www.canadahouse.com Coming UP -3 versions of God Only Knows
God only knows Brian Wilson Uncut
God only knows Elvis Costello Elvis Costello/The Bordsky Quartet
God only knows BBC Music Charity Single
Looking for a love Bobby /Womack and the valentinos Doo Wop Box Set
Welcome to Mulligan Stew www.mulliganstew.ca 2 guests David GoGo-Royal Woods
The Rising Bruce Springsteen and the E Street BAND The Rising
Lola (live) The kINKS To the Bone
baby Ran 54-40 La Difference – A history unplugged
Mulligan Stew @ckua TDMulligan
Breakdown (live) Tom Petty and the heartbreakers Pack up the Plantation
Honest Man Matt Anderson Honest Man
Stax Sax Stax Sax
Welcome to Mulligan Stew Year 20 Coming UP David GoGo
Most of the time Bob Dylan Oh mercy
Ocean Pearls 54-40 La Difference – A history unplugged
Not dark yet Bob Dylan Music and Words 1998-1963
Down to my last cigarette kd lang Shadowland
Mulligan Stew @ckua David GoGo interview The Susan Lucci Sessions
Foolin myself David Gogo Vicksberg Call Live from Railtown @ Roundhouse radio
The Stew – celebrating 20 years Coming UP – Royal Wood playlist www.mulliganstew.ca
Rainy day – dream away Taj Mahal etc In from the Storm
The wind cries Mary Sting etc In from the Storm
Hymn for the weekend Coldplay A headful of Dreams
Royal Wood Interview tour dates www.mulliganstew.ca Ghost Light
Come back to you Royal Wood Ghost Light
Thanks for listening and donating happy valentines day see ya
Sam Cooke Nothing can change this love The Rhythm and the Blues

Mulligan Stew July 25th-Royal Wood Interview

Royal WoodRoyal Wood  guests in the first hour.
 
While he’s not exactly “on tour”  Royal and his band find themselves on stage this Sunday in Banff as the featured artist at the Banff Centre for the Arts – Shaw Amphitheatre
It’s the 36th Annual Mid-Summer Ball.
Royal  and band will be supported by strings for a very special day.
 
Royal will include songs from  The Burning Bright release and I  Wish You Well LP.

In our interview Royal talks about writing the Burning Bight songs in County Meath Ireland and jamming with the locals at the small pub in town.
Touring with David Suzuki , his  single this summer with Peter Katz called “Brother” and touches on some of the songs he wrote for his next album at the very place he’s playing The Banff Centre for the Arts!
 
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AN EVENT LIKE NO OTHER

The 2014 Banff Centre Midsummer Ball Weekend attracted more than 330 guests and raised $1.285 million, breaking last year’s record to become the most successful in the event’s 35-year history!
Funds raised through the Ball Weekend provide essential support for talented artists – in the areas of theatre, dance, music, literary arts, visual arts, film and media, and Indigenous arts – from across Canada and around the world to attend The Banff Centre’s outstanding professional development programs.

PLAYLIST:

This is Mulligan Stew with Terry David Mulligan July 25th Edition Playlist www.mulliganstew.ca
Heart and Soul Lester Quitzau Heart and Soul
I’m so lonesome I could cry Keb Mo Timeless
TD Mulligan Coming Up Royal Wood
Sexiest Man Alive Ana Popovic Still making history
This is Mulligan Stew www.canadahouse.com
Born on the Bayou (live) John Fogerty Concert for the R&R Hall of Fame
Dirty Paws Of Monsters and Men EFMFestival Sampler
Brown Skinned Girl Leon Bridges Coming Home
this is mulligan stew with TD Mulligan NEXT – Royal Wood Playlist www.mulliganstew.ca
Royal Wood Interview
I wish you well Royal Wood The Burning Bright
Royal Wood Interview
Brother Peter Katz and Royal Wood single
Royal Wood Interview
Forever and Ever Royal Wood The Burning Bright
Fortune teller Alison Krause & Robert Plant Raising Sand
This is Mulligan Stew playlist www.mulliganstew.ca
September fields Frazey Ford EFMFestival Sampler
Mercy now Mike Ferris EFMFestival Sampler
Wonder how Romi Mayer Devil on both shoulders
Midnight Rider Lee Thompson Ska Orch Uncut – New Mornings
This is Mulligan Stew www.coyotesbanff.com Coming UP – Ray Charles and Elvis
Sinner’s Prayer Ray Charles and BB King Genius loves company
Honey Bee Colin james Hearts on Fire
Heartbreak Hotel Elvis 30 #1 Hits
This is Mulligan Stew playlist www.mulliganstew.ca Coming IIP – New/Old Led Zep
If it keeps on Raining (when the levee breaks) Led Zeppelin new re-mix
Gallows Pole Led Zeppelin New Mixes
Hurricane Steve Dawson Waiting for the lights to come up
This is Mulligan Stew show repeats Friday Midnight
you dont know me Ray Charles (Live) Ray Charles Live
Baby please dont go harry manx Dog my Cat
Blueswalk harry manx 30 strings and the truth
Have a great weekend playlist www.mulliganstew.ca
Black Water Reuben and the Dark Funeral Sky

Mulligan Stew Nov 22

Terry David MulliganToday’s Mulligan Stew @ckuaradio to the memory of Joan Crebo who danced to The Stew every week. she was 81. Pick a song and dance for Joan
Enjoy this weeks playlist folks! And let me know your thoughts on twitter  @TDMulligan
-Cheers!

PLAYLIST:

Fulsom Prison Blues Bob Dylan Bootleg Series Vol 2 Basement Tapes RAW
The light of dawn Royal Wood The Burning Light
Courage (live) The Tragically Hip Fully Completely (re-issue)
Host Dance Music in Memory of Joan Creebo The Dancing Queen
Land Of St Germain Tourist
Love the World Jimmy Vaughn Strange Pleasure
Break www.mulliganstew.ca Coming Up – The Boss
High Hopes Bruce Springsteen High Hopes
Hang Loose Alabama Shakes Boys and Girls
Cruisin for a Love J GielsBand Live
Looking for a Love J GielsBand Live
Love the one you’re with (live) Stephen Stills Live at Sheppard’s Bush
Host TD Mulligan Coming UP – Wall to Wall Dance Music
Hold My Tongue Miranda Mulholland Whipping Boy
Break playlist www.mulliganstew.ca Squib Cakes anyone?
Squib Cakes Tower of Power What is Hip?
Fat Man in the Bathtub LITTLE Feat The Encore Collection
It’s aHard RainGonna Fall Leon Russell and the Shelter people Leon Russell and the Shelter people
Host mulliganstew.ca
I get Up Ziggy Marley Fly Rasta
Break playlist www.mulliganstew.ca Coming up stones.Motown.The Band
Forty Four Blues Carlos del Junco Just Your Fool
You are my Sunshine Aretha Franklin The Delta Meets Detroit
Ain’t too Proud to Beg The Temptations Hitsville Boxed Set
She’s so Young The Rolling Stones Some Girls (Deluxe)
It takes a lot to laugh. A train to Cry Taj Mahal Tangled up in Blues
A lot of Movin The Avett Brothers Live Vol 2
Fun on Saturday Night The Blasters Fun on a Saturday Night
I shall be released The Band Music from Big Pink

Mulligan Stew May 17th

Three – count em – THREE wonderful artists guesting on one Stew.
 
The first is a name and voice very familiar to the CKUA audience
David Ward is producing next week’s Bob Fest in Calgary.
It’s the annual celebration  of Bob Dylan’s Birthday.
 
 
Bob Dylan’s birthday (May 24th, 1941) is celebrated around the world, and this year Dylan enthusiasts in Calgary will have two opportunities to gather and revel in the music of the Bard from Hibbing, Minnesota.
  Saturday, May 24th, at 9pm
Ironwood Stage & Grill will host the annual Birthday Bash
 Sunday, May 25th, at 2pm
National Music Centre will host Blood On The Tracks: Reassembled and Reimagined
The weekend begins with the 8th Annual Bob Dylan Birthday Bash Saturday, May 24th, at 9pm at the Ironwood Stage & Grill.
 
Longtime Dylan fan Patrick McIntyre (proprietor of the Ironwood) has provided a home for the annual BobFest since 2007 by inviting local singers and instrumentalists to take to the stage and put their own particular spin on songs both familiar and obscure from the Bob Dylan Songbook.
Among the many performers joining bandleader Steve Pineo this time around will be local favourites Tom Phillips and Tim Williams.
The following afternoon, ten musicians will fill the stage at the National Music Center and engage Dylan enthusiasts with their interpretation of the songs that comprise the album Blood On The Tracks.
Join singers J.R. Shore, Ruth Purves-Smith, Clea Roddick, Conrad Walz, and David Ward as they reassemble and reimagine Tangled Up In Blue, Idiot Wind, Shelter From The Storm, and nine other songs that Dylan wrote for his beloved 1974 classic.
 
 
For tickets and further information go to: www.dylanyyc.org
 
Next Guest is Royal Wood
Here’s a primer on what we’ll be talking about from Royals own website
  
Royal WoodWhen I was a child music flowed through me. Art sprang forth whether I asked for it or not. Sadness seemed to drip from my finger tips and find a page to exhale onto – always leaving me joyful. As if the exorcism had removed the demons. Sadly though, during the writing and creation of We Were Born To Glory, I somehow got caught up in the “business” of the music business. I temporarily forgot the joy that came from creation for creation’s sake. As a result I created an album, though successful, that left me empty with ultimately no joy to fill the space. At the same time too my marriage was dissolving in front of me and suddenly the two main bedrocks of my foundation washed away. I was adrift. Thankfully though I was able to move to a small cottage in rural Ireland, remove the noise, quiet my surroundings and finally hear my inner voice again. The all knowing compass spoke and soon the veil lifted. I made art again. Music flowed. Answers were found and puzzles solved. Sarah and I decided to separate, but remain loving friends and in each other’s corner.
Purpose is the ultimate driver. It is indeed what now gets me out of bed in the morning. I want to make art. I want to create. I want to perform music. I want to learn. I want to love. I want to be healthy. I want to leave a legacy for upcoming generations that gives them a brighter future and not impede their chance of survival. I want to be the change. I want…
How will I accomplish all of these “wants” though? The ancient proverb “the journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step” is the answer. The key is not to ask how, but simple to ask for what you want and to move. Take action and attempt to get there. Somewhere along the way I will look back and realize not only did I reach the island, but I swam a great distance and grew in the process.
To that end, I thought I would let you know what I am doing these days. I am living in TO, but I have also taken over my parents farmland and moved to the countryside near Peterborough as well. In honour of “being the change” I am most excited to tell you that I also partnered with an organic collective called Castanea. They will begin planting organic crops and running their collective on the land this spring. I am in the early stages of building my recording studio now called “The Farm” on the property. It should be up and running by the end of the year. I am also in the progress of attempting to move the property to off grid. It’s a long term dream, but I am moving steadily ahead.
The new album “The Burning Bright” is obviously out and taking on a life of it’s own. I’ll be shooting another video soon. I’ll be touring Canada and Europe this year, with plans of US shows as well to be announced soon. I am also producing a young Canadian artist named Peter Katz this April with my production pal Bill Lefler.
Of course I also continue to study wine, compose and arrange music, create art in various forms both visual and the written word that will someday find their way out into the world, spend time with my loved ones and ever growing family, and most importantly, dream big.
“Purpose”, you are a mighty force.
Xo
Royal
 
And then..in an interview conducted while he was RIDING AROUND EDMONTON ON HIS SISTERS BIKE..is native son Michael Rault.
He has a new EP coming called Living Daylight.
Weekend dates below..
 
Toronto based artist from Edmonton, Michael Rault announces new album, Living Daylight, out June 24 on Pirates Blend. Watch the “summer road tripping” video for the infectious album track “Lost Something” today courtesy of Noisey. Canadian tour dates commence today with more to be announced very soon.
 
WATCH THE VIDEO FOR “LOST SOMETHING” VIA NOISEY HERE
“a bubbly summer coasting song of riding with the windows down, high-fives and good times” Noisey
 
The history of rock n roll meets the future of power pop in Toronto-based Michael Rault, singer, guitarist, and frontman of the band that shares his name. With roots in punk and rhythm and blues, Rault mixes the classic pop rock influences of The Kinks and The Beatles with the psych-pop sounds of Os Mutantes, creating a sophisticated combination loaded with hooks. The key to Michael Rault’s music is in its simplicity: the expert mix of melody and momentum, his band’s skilled musicianship, and Rault’s focused song-writing all combine in perfectly compact resonance.
 
Rault recently moved from Edmonton to Toronto, where his new EP came to fruition. Set for release June 24 on Pirates Blend RecordsLiving Daylight, explores feelings of leaving home and trying to make your way in a new city. Back in Edmonton as a teenager, Rault got his start in punk bands before turning to the rhythm and blues masters for inspiration, honing his guitar work and songwriting prowess in the process. Having proved that he can hold his own ground alongside any Diddley-beat revivalist, Rault then set his eyes on the future, creating something that is equally indebted to the British Invasion and classic psych-pop, while fitting in nicely with new artists like Mikal CroninThe Fresh and Onlys, and King Tuff. Rault has an insane knack for melody and a very deep understanding of music history, something he has in common with Edmonton contemporaries like Mac DeMarcoTravis BretzerSean Nicholas Savage and Homeshake.
 
“This EP is a nice stepping stone on the way to some even more interesting recordings in the future,” says Rault. “I feel like there are no longer any rules or boundaries in my mind as to what I can or can’t do in the studio or at shows. Whatever I can dream up is my style, and only until I get on to the next thing. I’m more excited about making music right now than I ever have been.”
 
may17thLiving Daylight was performed and recorded by Rault and his cousin Rene Wilson (Mint Recording Artist Renny Wilson) in Edmonton in spring 2013, between bedrooms and Riverdale Recorders studios. With Rault back in his hometown, he and his cousin were able to focus on perfecting the composition and sound of every track – and it shows. Everything about Rault’s recordings sounds at once classic and contemporary: fuzzed out guitars intersect swirling organs and taut rhythmic patterns, with subtly textured vocals soaring over undeniable hooks. Songs like the infectious “Lost Something” blend all the hallmarks of quintessential pop rock in perfect measurements, with its timeless chorus marrying psychedelic ambience and punk rock economy together in one flawless package. On “Too All My Friends” (named after one of his childhood friend’s misspelled tattoos), Rault effortlessly imbues the glint of 60s production into a powerful pop anthem.
As the current ascension in Michael Rault’s ever-evolving musical narrative, Living Daylight has all the ingredients of a contemporary classic, with a forward-thinking approach to ideas that transcend time and place.
 
LIVING DAYLIGHT TRACK LIST
01 All Alone (On My Own)
02 Too Bad So Sad
03 Real Love (Yeah)
04 Hiding From A Heartbreak
05 Lovers Lie
06 Lost Something
07 Too All My Friends
 
CANADIAN TOUR DATES
May 15 – Berkeley St. Theatre Intermission Series – Toronto ON
May 17 – Pawn Shop, Hot Plains Music Fest – Edmonton AB
May 18 – Empress (matinee), Hot Plains Music Fest – Edmonton AB
May 18 – The Palomino – Calgary AB
MORE DATES TBA SOON
 
 
ARTIST SITE: http://michaelrault.bandcamp.com/
LABEL SITE: www.piratesblend.com
 

 PLAYLIST:

Cisco Kid War The World is a Ghetto
Midnight in Harlem Tedeschi Trucks Band Revelator
Fill Yer Boots Ridley Bent Wildcard
Host Mulligan Stew mulliganstew.ca
Only you know and I know Dave Mason The Definitive Collection
Make it Happy Lyle Lovett/Large band It’s not big it’s large
Don’t fight it Wilson Pickett A man and a half
Host Break Mulligan Stew Coming up Dave Ward and BobFest
The Thrill is gone BB King Greatest Hits Live
I shall be Released Bob Dylan Bootleg Series Vol 1-3
David Ward Interview BobFest DylanYYC
Tangled up in Blue Bob Dylan Bootleg Series Vol 1-3
Delta Lady Joe Cocker Organic
Host Take a break mulliganstew.ca
Superstition Eric Clapton Conception
Have I told you lately Van Morrison Best of
Royal Wood Interview
The Light of Dawn Royal Wood The Running bright
Royal Wood Interview
I wish you well Royal Wood The Running Bright
40,000 Headmen Traffic Island 40 Vol 3
Host mulliganstew.ca Happy Weekend Go Habs
Tower of Song Leonard Cohen and U2 I’m your man
Michael Rault interview Playing Edmonton and Calgary this weekend New LP Living Daylight
Lost Something Michael Rault Living Daylight
Lisaten to her heart Tom Petty and the heartbreakers Playback
Can’t find my way home Blind Faith Best of
Run through the Jungle John Fogerty Long Road Home
Squib Cakes Tower of Power What is Hip?

Mulligan Stew July 6th

Royal Wood

 

Black Sheep Kings and Queens Blackie and the Rodeo Kings (Serena Ryder)
Walken Sky Blue Sky Wilco
That’s no way to get along Clapton Eric Clapton
When love comes to town Possibilities Herbie Hancock (Joss Stone J. Lang)
Corned Beef City Privateering Mark Knopfler
Checking up on my baby The best of Mick Jagger Mick Jagger & The Red Devils
Old Times were good times Royally Sparked Son of Dave
Southside Shuffle Anthology The J. Geils band
Knock yourself out What is Hip. 40th Anniversary Tower of Power
The world (is going up in flames) Edmonton Folk Fest Sampler Charles Bradley
Revolution Edmonton FF Sampler John Butler trio
King Harvest Garth Hudson presents Blue Rodeo
On our own We swore we’d see the Sunrise The Matinee
The thick of it We were born to Glory Royal Wood
Royal Wood Interview Royal Wood
I need to know We were born to Glory Royal Wood
You don’t know like I know The best of Sam and Dave Sam and Dave
For the love of Money Love Train The O’Jays
I got a woman Live in Concert Ray Charles
Born on the Bayou Concert for the rock & Roll Hall of Fame John Fogerty
Honky Tonk Woman Live Licks Rolling Stones
Love Train Love Train The O’Jays