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EP 160 | Terry Wickham-Producer Edmonton Folk Music Festival-Taking It To The Streets

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This week’s guest is Terry Wickham. The hard-working and much-admired Producer of the Edmonton Folk Music Festival.

Thing is – there is no Festival this year.

However, after much discussion, they have come up with a Plan B.

To quote The Doobie Brothers they’re Taking it to the Streets.

It reminds me of Dan Mangan’s Sidedoor concept.

Hosts need artists. Artists need hosts.

So, Terry and his team have come up with Taking it to the Streets.

Music fans can offer their street, lawn, backyard, deck, pier.

Artists will all be from the Edmonton area.

Terry explains how you can apply to be a host.

Find the complete details so you can consider them wisely.

And check out the playlist below – Lots of new tunes from

Applications are open for Edmonton-area residents to host a street concert and enjoy the sounds of the folk fest with their neighbors from the comfort of their own front yards. Artist fees, programming, and production are covered by the festival – hosts just need to step forward to organize their street with neighbors. Information, guidelines, and forms can be found at www.edmontonfolkfest.org. The deadline to apply is June 30.

Mulligan Stew June 12th 2021- Taking it to the Streets

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Terry Wickham joins us in Hour Two of The Stew with background on Taking it to the Streets.

It’s a re-think from the Edmonton Folk Music Festival team.

Local music fans, who have space for artists to play in (Backyard, cul-de-sac,  your street,  patio etc.) can apply to host local artists with controlled audience numbers.

Terry Festival Producer of EFMF  says the response has been really good.

They’re looking forward to taking the music out of the festival setting and onto the streets. Best of all it’s featuring  Edmonton artists.

Terry tells us how to apply if you want to host an artist and what size audiences may be in play.

Applications are open for Edmonton-area residents to host a street concert and enjoy the sounds of the folk fest with their neighbors from the comfort of their own front yards. Artist fees, programming, and production are covered by the festival – hosts just need to step forward to organize their street with neighbors. Information, guidelines, and forms can be found at www.edmontonfolkfest.org. The deadline to apply is June 30.

Playlist highlights include New Music From

Joey Landreth

Tedeschi Trucks Band

The Tragically Hip

Kdlang

Norah Jones Live

Pink Floyd Live

Plus

Bob Dylan – Murder Most Fowl

AND

The Doobies

 

And at the end of the first hour a demo single from my pal Jim Foster.  It’s an instrumental called “What?” 

Next week we start The Stew half an hour later as the Festival Radio Specials kick at 430-5-30pm. MST

TDM

PLAYLIST:

Mulligan Stew with TDMulligan Special Guest Terry Wickham on Taking it to the Streets June 12 – 2021
Mess Around Dr John Gumbo
Without you Jimmy Vaughn Do you get the blues?
Begin Again (live) Norah Jones Til we meet again
www.mulliganstew.ca Special Guest Terry Wickham on Taking it to the Streets
Walk of Life (live) Dire Straits On the night
Learning to Fly (live) Pink Floyd Pulse Live
www.deanehouse.com www.river-café.com
Murder Most Fowl Bob Dylan Rough and Rowdy Ways
Let it be The Beatles Let it be
TDMulligan – The Stew Year 26 Coming Up – Terry Wickham on Taking it to the Streets
The Steps Haim Women in Music Pt 3
www.mulliganstew.ca Donor supported CKUA Radio
What! Jim Foster The What! Demo single
Coming UP on The Stew – Terry Wickham www.mulliganstew.ca Year 26
Good Times The Lone Bellow Half Moon Light Deluxe
Travelling Riverside Blues Eric Clapton Sessions for Robert J
Beast of Burden Buckwheat Zydeco Where there’s smoke
Angel Dance Los Lobos Just another band from East LA
Twilight Joey Landreth single
Mulligan Stew with TDMulligan Coming Up – Terry Wickham on Taking it to the Streets
Nobody knows you when you’re down and out (live) Tedeschi Trucks Band with Trey Anastasio Layla Revisited Live in Lockn
www.mulliganstew.ca NEXT – Terry Wickham
Terry Wickham (EFMF) Interview Taking it to the Streets Festival
Taking it to the streets The Doobie Brothers Taking it to the streets
Crack my spine like a whip The Tragicaly Hip Saskadelphia
TDMulligan – The Stew Year 26 www.mulliganstew.ca
www.NobleRidge.com Okanagan Falls, BC
Miss Chatelaine St Tropez Mix k.d. lang Make Over
If I were a carpenter 2006 remaster Robert Plant Fate of Nations
See you next week with first Festival Radio special The Stew will start at 5:30.
Heavy Up Mark Knopfler Down the Road Wherever

 

Mulligan Stew August 8th 2015- Live at the Edmonton Folk Music Festival

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edmonton
Today at 5PM…Mulligan Stew is LIVE at the edmonton folk festival..
5-7PM Mountain time. 4-6 Pacific. Streaming live click here: LISTEN LIVE!Screen Shot 2015-08-08 at 9.46.38 AM

 
Right at 5pm its one of the hottest emerging acts anywhere.
2 nights ago Nathaniel Rateliff and the Nightsweats earned and received a standing ovation from the Jimmy Fallon studio audience..for their killer single SOB. (check out the video)

5 years ago Daniel would have shown up as a solo act in edmonton..just a guy, a guitar and his songs.
Now he brings a serious R&B band..with horns, B3 organ and tunes you’d swear came from the golden days of Stax.
Best of all, they kick off the show..right at 5PM.  Don’t miss these guys..
530 brings  the pride of New Brunswick Matt Anderson.
Matt brings the whole package..A voice that can switch from a whisper to a growl.  Complete mastery of his guitar and ever improving songs..the latest from his best LP ever – Weightless.
It seems he’s never not on the road but one of the highlights of his year is playing this festival in Edmonton. Not bad for a guy who has stubby fingers…

Theres a really fine story by Tom Murray in todays Edmonton Journal that details the difficult formative years of EFMF. How they almost went under 30 years ago and how a band of dedicated volunteers and music types pulled together to keep it alive..
They included Holger Petersen & Tom Coxworth from CKUA. Then along came Terry Wickham.who took over leadership and he/they began to build the outstanding event we enjoy today.
Terry Wickham guests right at 6PM.  He brings the stories with him.
630 brings Danny Michel…who, after moving to Belize and recording with local musicians released an amazing album called BlackBirds are dancing over me.
It received so many plays on so many shows that it was declared the album of the year on the CKUA Top 100.
We’re going to talk to him about his latest project – the smaller calmer School Night Mondays at the Dakota Tavern in Toronto. and jamming with astronaut Chris Hadfield.

and then two highlights from last years Festival.
Daniel Lanois and Dan Mangan and Blacksmith

Enjoy!!  tdm

Mulligan Stew June 7th

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Terry-Wickham

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Mulligan Stew this week is listener donated by the fine people at the Edmonton Folk Music Festival.
Aug 7-10 this year.
Tickets go on sale Saturday morning..on line and at telus Field.
Terry Wickham – Producer of the event – joins me on THE STEW, right at 5PM Mtn
We talk about the line up..what it takes to be chosen to play Main Stage, some of the possible surprises this year and why he/they donated an ENTIRE DAY to all of us at CKUA.
In Hour Two..Tom Coxworth, Host/Producer of Folk Routes joins me to give his well considered overview of our festival Summer.
Making plans..Tom has the Road Map.
Plus music from Cowboy Junkies/Imelda May/Steely Dan/ Traffic/Derek Trucks/eric Clapton/Van Morrison/Albert King/New Colleen Rennison, Ben Harper and a bag more.
 
 
Enjoy!!
 

Youve got to hide your love away The Beatles Red LP – 62/66
Terry Wickham Producer of Edmonton Folk Fest Interview
Im in Im out Im gone Ben harper. Charlie Musslewhite Get Up
Terry Wickham Interview
Hasn’t hit me yet Blue Rodeo 5 days in July
Terry Wickham Interview
Wilde Women Lucious Wilde Women
Terry Wickham Interview
Yo Canto Los lobos Tin Can Trust
Terry Wickham Interview
Happy Birthday Solomon Burke Definition of Soul
Break playlist – mulliganstew.ca
Gimme some lovin Traffic The Last Great Traffic Jam
Down in the Flood Derek Trucks Band Already Free
you must believe me Eric Clapton Tribute to Curtis Mayfield
Thank You John Mann The Waiting Room
Break tdm mulliganstew.ca
Yound Lovers Do Van Morrison Live at Hollywood Bowl
Cold Women Warm Heart Albert King Masterworks
Downtown MoneyWaster Black Crowes (Acoustic) Croweology
One Night Romance G Love and Special Sauce Sugar
See the sky about to Rain Colleen Rennison See the sky about to Rain
I heard it through the Grapevine Ben Harper Standing in the shadows of Motown
Break Mulligan Stew mulliganstew.ca
Tom Coxworth joins us in the Stewdio Talking Summers Festivals Host of Folk Routes
Its good to be alive Imelda May New single
Tom Coxworth joins us in the Stewdio
Southern Rain Cowboy Junkies Studio
Beautys only skin deep The Temptations Hitsville USA
Haitian Divorce Steely Dan Citizen Dan
Booker T & the MG’s Green Onions (live) Live
Thank you EFMF Thanks Terry Wickham Thanks Tom Coxworth