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June 17th, 2017 – Live from the BC Shellfish Festival…


LIVE from the 11th annual BC Shellfish festival in Courtney Comox 

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 The unique culinary event that promotes the region’s shellfish farmers and their delicacies to seafood lovers and chefs grows bigger every year.  This is Year 11.

Tasting Room Radio is covering both weekends.


What originally began as a one‐day event 11 years ago, has become the largest seafood festival in Western Canada, featuring popular local and international culinary celebrities and outstanding seafood.

Highlights for 2017 include the B.C. Seafood on Your Plate Restaurant Campaign, the B.C. Seafood Expo, a completely new Fresh Fest and the Fanny Bay Oyster Shucking Competition and OceanWise Chowder Challenge at the signature festival event, the Comox by the Sea Celebration,  Sunday, June 18th. For more information and tickets, visit bcshellfishfestival.com and bcseafoodexpo.com.


Our guests include:

 Culinary leader –  Don House Calgary http://www.idmg.ca/about-1/

Darren MacLean – Shokunin Calgary https://twitter.com/chefdmac?lang=en

Duncan Ly – Foreign Concept  Calgary  http://foreignconcept.ca/

JinnHee Lee – Foreign Concept Calgary  http://foreignconcept.ca/

Trevor Bird = Fable/Fable Diner  Vancouver www.fablekitchen.ca

Ned Bell – Ocean Wise. Van Aquarium  https://cookculture.com/blogs/chef-profiles/25079745-chef-ned-bell

Nick Nutting – The Wolf in the Fog.  Tofino  http://www.wolfinthefog.com/ 

Rod Butters – Raudz Kelowna  www.raudz.com 

Brock Bowes – Terra Fina  http://www.terrafinarestaurant.com/


Blue Moon

40 knots Winery  https://www.40knotswinery.com/

Blue Moon  https://www.bluemoonwinery.ca

Nathan Fong – Fong on Food www.fongonfood.com


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  • John Schreiner – Icon
  • Skitchine Lodge with Rhys Pender. John Weber & Chef Mark Filatow
  • Cider Special
  • Bloom – BC VQA wines pour in Vancouver.






EP 225 | Joe Keithley Burnaby City Councillor up for re-election (& still leader DOA)


Joe Keithley (Shithead) is the leader of hard-core punk band DOA and has been since the late 70’s.

In 2008  The Vancouver Sun named Joe one of BC’s most influential people – of all time!

DOA played for benefits, rallies, protests, and anything with the word environment in it.

Joe and DOA still tour. 20 dates all across Canada in June and July of this year.

So it should come as no surprise that Joe is now Burnaby City Councilor Joe Keithley.  It took him years to get voters’ attention in Burnaby but now he’s no long shot, he’s running for re-election.

This month.

There’s a documentary film crew following him around..hoping to figure out how he finds the balance between being an angry rocker and a well-spoken politician.

One of the people making comment is Beto  O’Rourke – in Texas.

Joe’s s talking about affordable housing, human rights, quality child care, helping the most vulnerable, and assisting seniors and the homeless.  He’s just an all round great guy..and scary good on stage as well.

The Burnaby Election is October 15th . If you can donate or support Joe’s fight…Please contact him at




Mulligan Stew Oct 1st 2022 – Remembrance: Tom Petty And lost friends.


These next two shows were done the day a text arrived saying that our good friend David Ward have been moved to palliative care in his fight with cancer.  David was/is/will always be the heart and soul of CKUA. We all respecfully waited for David’s family to decide when to announce this tragedy.

We will salute him here in several weeks. When I’m able to form words and express myself.

I was wobbly with the news. The shock and sadness of it all.  So the music carried the day.

The Stew Oct 1  – A Remembrance!!

It’s been 5 years this weekend since Tom Petty died.

Our donor Michael Witt had suggested remembering and celebrating Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.

I played some of his strongest songs and also several of those artists who covered his tunes.

Including John Cash, Walk off the Earth, John Mayer, and The Wilburys.

New music from Dan Mangan, Allison Russell, Dr John, Mellencamp, Whitehorse, Snarky Puppy, Lake Street Dive, Dr John, and Lukas Nelson.

We finish the Stew with two songs for my true friend  David Ward. One from  Tom Petty (You and I will meet again) and another by Paul Simon  (Bridge over Troubled Water –  Live)

*Play it for David

Onward my Friends. David Awaits!


Mulligan Stew (Remembering Tom Petty) Terry David Mulligan CKUA Radio
Learning to fly (live) Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Live Anthology
Refugee (live) tom petty and the heartbreakers Pack up the Plantation
You got lucky tom petty and the heartbreakers Best of everything
Mulligan Stew
The Stew Remembers Tom Petty
Coming UP – Artists who covered Tom
I won’t back down Johnny Cash CASH
You don’t know how it feels Walk off the Earth single
Freefallin’ (live) John Mayer Where the light is
Mulligan Stew NEXT – Tom and The Wilburys tmulligan@ckua.com
2 Gunslingers Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Great Wide Open
End of the Line The Travelling Wilburys Wilburys Collection
You’re not alone Allison Russell with Brandi Carlile Single
Just know it Dan Mangan single
Terry David Mulligan The Stew – Year 26 Coming UP – Dr John & Mellencamp.
Sleeping dogs best left alone Dr. John Things Happen That Way
Small Town (Acoustic) John Mellencamp Scarecrow
Division 5 Whitehorse Im not crying You’re crying
TDMulligan The Stew – Coming UP Lake Street Dive Check out The Stew – CKUA On Demand
Lingus Snarky Puppy We like it here
This is The Stew @ckua Terry David Mulligan Music to remember and honour
Nick of Time Lake Street Dive Fun machine : The Sequel
Drift Away (live) Bruce Springsteen ( & Little Stephen) The Live Series – Under Cover Vol 2
Goodbye Jimmy Reed Bob Dylan Rough and Rowdy Ways
Bird on a Wire (live) Tedeschi Trucks Band Best Live performances 2000-2020
If you want me to stay Sly and the Family Stone Fresh
TDMulligan – The Stew Podcast is Joe Keithley DOA – Election Time details on mulligan stew website
Sometimes (live) Larkin Poe with nu deco ensemble Paint the Roses
Highty High Lee Michaels Lee Michaels
Mulligan Stew CKUA Year 26 @tdmulligan
Mercedes Benz Janis Joplin Pearl
Blowing in the Wind (live) Bob Dylan – The Band Dylan and The Band
TDM The Stew Podcast – Joe Keithley DOA
Walk on Guilded Splinters Dr John & Lukas Nelson and Promise Things Happen That Way
Mulligan Stew TDMulligan Coming up – Two for Dave
You and I will Meet Again Tom Petty An American Treasure
Bridge over Troubled Waters (live) Paul Simon – Jesse Dixon Singers Live Rhymin’

October 1st, 2022- Van Wine Fest Part Two  (plus 2 special guests)


Van Wine Fest Part Two  (plus 2 very special guests)


Walking into the Vancouver Wine Festival at the Convention Centre, as an interviewer,  is like working the field at an All-Star Game.

Familiar wine star faces and voices are everywhere.

I think I did a dozen interviews and these are the last three.  However,  I needed one more, So I decided to re-run one of my all time favourite interviews.

Proudly Sponsored by Harbour Air

From our coverage of the 2019  VanWineFest on Tasting Room Radio we present California wine royalty.

Gena Gallo and her winemaking husband Jean Charles Boisset.

Not just talking about their wines but about surviving cancer, raising their twin daughters and their love of Vancouver and the wine fest.

Wine Fest Part Two includes interviews with

Tony Holler – Owner of Poplar Grove (Naramata Bench) www.poplargrove.ca

Tony Holler & crew

Ray Signorello – Owner of Signorello Estate  (Napa) www.signorelloestate.com

Ray Signorello

Mark De Vere – Master of Wine.  Robert Mondavi Vineyards (Napa) www.robertmondaviwinery.com

Mark de Vere. Mondavi

Gina Gallo, Vice President, Winemaking – Estate Wines. E. & J. Gallo  www.gallo.com

Gina Gallo, JC Boisset, TDM

Gina Gallo, JC Boisset, TDM

Gina Gallo developed a deep respect for the land early on. After studying winemaking at the University of California at Davis, Gallo became an apprentice winemaker at E. & J. Gallo Winery, under the careful guidance of her grandfather Julio. Today, as the winemaker behind the Gallo Signature Series, she carves out specific blocks on Gallo’s most sought-after vineyards to hand-craft limited batches of wine.


Jean-Charles Boisset, Proprietor, Boisset Collection      www.boissetcollection.com

Jean-Charles Boisset was born into the world of wine in Vougeot, Burgundy, France. Under his leadership, the Boisset Collection operates 24 wineries in California, France, and Canada. Decanter magazine has included him on its “Power List” of the 50 most important people in the wine world each year of its publication since 2007.

His many honours include Meininger’s International Wine Entrepreneur of the Year, “Innovator of the Year” from Wine Enthusiast Magazine and the first-ever French-American Partnership Award from the French America Foundation.




  • Scorched Earth

  • Bartier Bros.

  • Township 7

  • Hillside  Estate

  • Napa/SF

  • Thanksgiving Wines

  • Noble Ridge 




EP 224 | Dr John ‘Things Happen That Way’


New Orleans, Louisiana is one of the World’s greatest music cities.

Mac Rebennack was Dr. John,  one of the singular faces and voices of New Orleans music.

A true leader in the studio, on the streets, and on stages of the World,  Mac won 6 Grammys and became friends with Ken Ehrlich, the long-time producer of the show.

Mac was planning future projects when his life was unexpectedly cut short in 2019. Now, 3 years after his passing, Things Happen That Way will see the light of day. The album, which features three brand new original compositions, an amazing reworking of Dr. John’s 1968 classic, I Walk on Guilded Splinters, and new interpretations of songs by Willie Nelson, Cowboy Jack Clement, Hank Williams, and The Traveling Wilburys was released on Friday.

Things Happen That Way marks the fulfillment of a long-time goal of the six-time GRAMMY-winning singer/songwriter/pianist and Rock & Roll Hall of Famer, who first began plotting a country-inspired album decades ago. The album also features guest appearances by Aaron Neville,  Mac’s long-time friend and frequent musical collaborator Willie Nelson, and Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real.

Our guest this week is Mac Rebennack’s and Dr. John’s good friend, Ken Ehrlich.

When Mac passed, Ken was asked to write the liner notes for the album and give a farewell speech at Mac’s  Celebration of Life.

Ken paints a warm verbal picture of the man called Dr. John. Through his dark days of prison and drugs, breaking free of addiction to light up the stages of the world!

And he reads the closing paragraphs of his farewell speech.

Join us as Ken Ehrlich remembers the legendary Dr. John and tells the story of  his last album Things Happen That Way

Mulligan Stew Sept 24th 2022- Dr John ‘Things Happen That Way’


Mac Rebennack – known the world over as Dr. John died at dawn on June 6, 2019. For some of us, he was Dr John. The Night Tripper. For ALL of us he was the voice and face of New Orleans.

His latest (and last?) album Things Happen That Way, releases Friday.
And what an album. Guests include Willie Nelson,  Willies son Lucas Nelson and Promise of the Real. Aaron Neville.
Our interview guest is Ken Ehrlich who for over 40 years was the producer of the Grammy Awards. Mac had won 6 Grammys,  which is how they met and became friends.
When Mac died Ken was asked to write the liner notes and give the farewell speech at Mac’s celebration of life.
Mac Rebennack was a musical genius, a mentor,   a reformed addict, a Father, and husband. And such a character.  Which is why Dan Auerbach is shooting a documentary on Dr. John.

The complete dialogue – and it includes Ken reading some of his farewell speech for us – can be enjoyed on the Mulligan Stew Podcast. 


Dan Mangan
Snarky Puppy
Tedeschi Trucks Band
Asleep at the Wheel/ Lyle Lovett
Madison Cunningham
Larkin Poe
And the tracks that make up Bob Dylan’s appearance at The Last Waltz.
And Van Morrison live in SF



Mulligan Stew Terry David Mulligan CKUA Radio
preachin blues Larkin Poe single
blue suede shoes ry cooder the slide area
woman got soul the impressions people get ready
in my life madison cunningham single
The Stew Year 26 tmulligan@ckua.com Todays Guest – Ken Ehrlich on Dr John
trouble in mind asleep at the wheel. lyle lovett still the king
why get up the fabulous thunderbirds the essential FT
superstition stevei wonder talking book
TDMulligan – The Stew Guest – Ken Ehrlich on Dr John Album things happen that way
just know it dan mangan single
leave me as you found me whitehorse i’m not crying, you’re crying
last night in the rain tedeschi trucks band i am the moon 4
Guest is Ken Ehrlich – on his pal Dr John New album – things happen that way Coming UP
fats waller original e flat blues the california honeydrops our vinyl
shakin all over/gloria (live) van morrison a night in san francisco
bet snarky puppy belmont
Mulligan Stew Year 26 tmulligan@ckua.com send your requests
baby let me follow you down (live) The Band and Bob Dylan the last waltz deluxe
i dont believe you (live) the band and bob dylan the last waltz deluxe
forever young (live) the band and bob dylan the last waltz
baby let me follow you down (live) the band and bob dylan the last waltz deluxe
Coming UP on the Stew the new Dr John album with Ken Ehrlich
thats how strong my love is ben uncle soul single
stop and start the sadies colder streams
picking the numbers jessie northey onion knight
TDMulligan NEXT – Dr John’s new album with Ken Ehrlich
Ken Ehrlich – Grammy Producer Friend of Mac Rebennack – Dr John things happen that way
sleeping dogs best left alone Dr John Things happen that way
Ken Ehrlich – on Dr John Complete interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast
old time religion dr john and willie nelson things happen that way
Ken Ehrlich complete interview . mulligan stew podcast The Stew
walk on guilded splinters dr john with lucas nelson and promise.real things happen that way
End of the line Dr. John Things Happen That Way
Ken Ehrlich on Dr John complete interview on mulligan stew podcast

September 24th, 2022 – The return of the Vancouver Wine Festival: Part One


The return of  VanWineFest Part One…


After  a series  of historic events far more important than a wine gathering,

we welcomed the 43rd annual Vancouver Wine Festival back into our lives.

The pandemic required a different gathering this year.

Smaller crowds,  masks not mandatory but fully encouraged.

Fewer wineries and participants made for a calmer and quieter convention center. We liked it.

Many of the participants who were scheduled to attend and pour last year returned with some wines a year older and lots of new fresh wines from 2021.

There was an unmistakable joy in the room.

Joy, for having survived the pandemic.   Joy, to seeing friends and exchanging stories about the past two years.

It was a beauty.  People shook hands. They hugged! Almost like the life we used to know.

So… let’s celebrate with the first of two specials at this year’s VanWineFest from the floor of the Vancouver Convention Centre..

Many thanks to Harbour Air for getting me there and back. Also Meriha Beaton – Milk Creative. John De Vries, FMFM  and Corey Wood.

Proudly Sponsored by Harbour Air

Here’s the line up! We have sit down interviews with

Harry Hertscheg. Exec. Director


Harry Hertscheg – Executive Director VanWineFest  www.vanwinefest.ca 

Lynzee Schatz – Winemaker at TIME Family Wines (Penticton) www.timewines.ca

Ross Baker – Winemaker at LA FRENZ (Naramata)  www.lafrenzwinery.ca

Dan Irving – Bread and Butter Wine (Napa) www.breadandbutterwines.com

Mike Raffan – General Manager Township 7 (Naramata) www.township7.com

Howard Soon – Chief Winemaker  Vanessa Vineyards (Similkameen) www.vanessavineyard.com

Taylor Whelan – Winemaker Cedar Creek (East Kelowna) www.cedarcreek.bc.ca

Mark Kuspira – Soft Crush Imports (Calgary) www.crushimports.com




  • VanWineFest Part Two
  • Tony Holler – Poplar Grove
  • Mark De Vere – Robert Mondavi Wine
  • Ray Signorello – Signorello Wine
  • Scorched Earth
  • Bartier Bros.
  • Township 7
  • Hillside  Estate
  • Napa/SF
  • Thanksgiving Wines



Ep 223 | Nuela Charles Releases her self titled 4th Album.


We welcome back to The Mulligan Stew and the Podcast Edmonton’s Nuela Charles. The last visit was just before the 2018 Junos. She had one of her 3 Juno nominations in her sights.

Her self-titled 4th album was released Friday. It’s the best yet.

Always impressed with her work ethic, passion for the writing and creating of her music, and the honesty with which she takes us through the process.

We’ve included three tracks in the Podcast



Don’t get It

Check out the rest of the Nuela Charles album.  It’s engaging and engaging!!

It’s about Nuela,  her journey, and the power of being yourself.

Nuela was born in Kenya and raised in Switzerland, Canada, and the Bahamas, before settling down full-time in Edmonton, Alberta.

I asked Nuela if the influences of those countries could be found in her music but she surprised me by saying “I’m a rock/pop artist. I grew up on rock. That’s what I like’

She has also shared the stage as direct support for some of Canada’s musical icons including Sam Roberts Band, Jann Arden, and Stars. Additionally, she has been nominated for multiple awards including three JUNO Awards for Adult Contemporary Album of the Year. This year the SOCAN Foundation announced Nuela as a winner of the second annual Her Music Award.

Nuela has amassed over 4 million career streams to date, and placements on hit shows such as Jane the VirginTiny Pretty ThingsHouse of LiesThe Order and Finding Carter.

September 17th, 2022-a vertical pour from Clos Du Soleil and 3 new releases from Hester Creek


This week – a vertical pour from Clos Du Soleil and 3 new releases from Hester Creek



The invitation was just too good to pass up.

Michael Clark,  Winemaker and GM of Clos du Soleil Winery  in the Similkameen Valley was coming to Chambar Restaurant in Vancouver to pour two verticals of his wines.

Michael Clark

Best of all, he brought his Similkameen neighbour,  Master of Wine and co-owner of Little Farm Winery, Rhys Pender.

Rhys & Michael

First tasting was with Capella, their flagship white wine. A classic blend of Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon.

The grapes are hand-harvested, de-stemmed and lightly crushed, then cold-soaked for several hours prior to pressing. The wine is fermented entirely in barrel (500L French oak puncheons), with the majority of the fermentations being spontaneous with wild yeast. In some years a portion of the barrels are allowed to go through wild malolactic fermentation as well. The wine is then aged on the lees for 9 months, with occasional lees stirring. Only the best lots are then blended for inclusion in Capella. The wine is filtered prior to bottling, but otherwise entirely unmanipulated.

Capella has truly earned a place in my wine world as one of my go-to favourites. That’s what happens when  wine becomes a treat for yourself and others. We tasted 2006/2009/2012/2017/2019/2021

The other vertical tasting was with their red icon Bordeaux blend Signature.

Signature is their flagship blend of red Bordeaux varieties, with most vintages including Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Malbec and Petit Verdot. Each variety and vineyard block is harvested separately, by hand, at optimal maturity and then gravity-fed to concrete tanks, where it is spontaneously fermented with indigenous yeast.

After a moderate post-fermentation maceration the wine is pressed in a basket press, and then aged for approximately 16 months in 100% French oak barrels, where it undergoes spontaneous malolactic fermentation. A rigorous barrel-selection process is used to determine the final blend. The resulting wine is bottled entirely unfined and unfiltered.

We tasted 2007/2009/2010/2013/2016/2017/2019.

 The Clos Du Soleil vineyards are primarily located on the upper bench of the southern Similkameen Valley, which has an arid, hot, desert-like climate, with rocky, mineral-rich soils that produce truly distinctive wines of ripe fruit character, fresh acidity, herbal notes and striking minerality.

Rhys Pender is the perfect co-host for this tasting as he has always tried to convince BC wine fans to cellar their special whites and enjoy them years later. Rhys has also taken part in these same varietal pours back home in Cawston with Michael and  brings with him the history of the wines and the vineyards.

Rhys Pender

@Clos du Soleil Winery



 Our Second guest is Winemaker Mark Hopley of Hester Creek (Golden Mile)

A wonderful winemaker,  Mark Hopley would like all of us to know about three new releases.

Mark Hopley

2021 Ti Amo

Prosecco inspired, its primarily Pinot Gris, Gewürztraminer and Semillon. $21.99

This clean sparkling wine bursts with fragrant honeysuckle and orchard blossom notes. The inviting palate shows light Okanagan pear and candied citrus, with a light touch of sweetness. A perfect sparkling wine for entertaining,  brunch or desserts. At this price, its perfect for larger gatherings, weddings and receptions.

2019 Old Vine Brut $34.99

Made from rare Old Vine Pinot Blanc vines on the historic Golden Mile Bench Vineyard (Thank you Joe Busnardo)

This second vintage displays  light honey hued tones with fine, active beads. Bright lemon, brioche and ginger aromas. A fresh and inviting palate invites the joy of lemon zest and fresh biscuits, ending with a clean, and long finish.  Beautifully balanced blanc de blanc Brut. This is the wine to  celebrate with,  enjoy with an olive tapenade, spot prawn ceviche or fresh Pacific oysters with a Meyer lemon ginger mignonette sauce. Loved this bubble. It’s such a delight, you’ll find yourself smiling and giggling. Which, considering our times,  is never a bad thing. Highly recommended. Cellar up to 10 years.

2019 The Judge $49.99

What a beautiful  wine. I fell in love with this Bordeaux blend the first year they made it – 2008.

Made from the oldest vines on their property.

41 Merlot/31 Cab/28 Cab Franc. Barrel aged 24 months. Primarily French oak (New and Neutral)

Winemaker Mark Hopley judged from the best lots in their  cellar to make this iconic wine. Generous aromas of toasted caramel, dark chocolate, fresh blackberry, leather and sagebrush. The fabulous palate expresses ripe cherry, rich cocoa and savoury characteristics with a round, huge finish. A richly textured wine that pairs well with braised short ribs, thick rich stews or full-bodied cheeses.

Can be cellared up to 10 years.

Join Hester Creek  throughout next  weekend at the winery for daily live music, vendors, vineyard tours, and food trucks!   Special features for Friday, September 23rd  Food Truck – Pit Stop Smokery  ~ 12-4pm Vendors ~ 12-4pm Petit Pétale Flower Farm South Okanagan Snacks Live Music by the talented Ari Neufeld ~ 1-4pm ​patio & lawn

@Mark Hopley





Bartier Brothers

Township 7









Mulligan Stew Sept 17th 2022-Special Guest Nuela Charles


It’s going to be a busy Saturday night on the mighty 580.

Mulligan Stew welcomes Edmonton’s, Nuela CharlesFriday she releases her self-titled  4th album.

It’s got a great groove top to bottom and signals a breakthrough for Nuela. Taking charge of her career and stepping out.

Has dates in Germany in a week  and then appears at Breakout West in Calgary Sept 29 and Oct 1st

We talk about the songs and her future plus kind words about how CKUA  supported her career.

The complete interview – the whole thang – can be heard on the Mulligan Stew Podcast.

It’s Hank Williams birthday on Saturday – Yes,  we start with  Hank but then follow with Hank songs by Fats Domino, Norah Jones, Bob Dylan and ….Rockin’ Roy Forbes. (Taj as well..later on)

We lost Jimi Hendrix Sept 18 1970 – he’s ”remembered” (one of my most memorable interviews)

It’s harvest time all around us.

Sept 17th was also the date for the 15th Farm Aid in Bristow Virginia. We’re Playing 3 headliners..

Willie Nelson, BareNaked Ladies and Neil Young. Neil starts things off with a strong message about farmers and farming families.

New music from Nuela Charles/Whitehorse/Marcus King/Buddy Miller/The New Mastersounds/Margo Price/Mayer Hawthorne/Harrison Kennedy

Classics from The Band/Jackson Browne/The Beatles/The Who/Temps/Dan Mangan

All in All – a fun two hours..




Mulligan Stew Terry David Mulligan Guest Nuela Charles
Fall In Tedeschi Trucks Band I am the Moon (One)
The Walk Mayer Hawthorne New Blues Roots
The Obvious Child Paul Simon The Rhythm of the Saints
You lost me Harrison Kennedy Thanks for Tomorrow
Mulligan Stew Coming UP – Its all about HANK @tdmulligan
I’m so lonesome I could could cry Hank Williams Best of
Jambalaya Fats Domino best of FATS
Cold cold Heart Norah Jones Come away with me
I can’t get you out of my mind Bob Dylan Timeless Hank Williams
I’m so lonesome I could cry Roy Forbes Almost Overnight
Terry David Mulligan Mulligan Stew Year 26 NEXT – Margo. Beatles The Band
Been to the Mountain Margo Price single
Don’t let me down The Beates 67-70
Ain’t that a lot of love The Band Islands
tmulligan@ckua.com Coming UP – Jackson Browne Details at mulligan stew
The load out (live) Jackson Browne Running on Empty
Stay (live) Jackson Browne Running on Empty
Whatcha want The New Mastersounds with Eddie Roberts Whatcha Want
Mulligan Stew Coming – Farm Aid 2000 &remembering Jimi Guest Nuela Charles
Division 5 Whitehorse I’m not crying, You’re crying
Mind your own business Taj Mahal Senor Blues
Dark Cloud Marcus King Young Blood
The way you do the things you do The Temptaions Hitsville
Shelter me Buddy Miller Universal United House of Prayer
Peaks and Valleys Dan Mangan More or Less
Terry David Mulligan Requests tmulligan@ckua.com NEXT – Farm Aid 2000
From Hank to Hendrix (live) Neil Young Farm Aid 2000
On the road again Willie Nelson Farm Aid 2000
One Week (live) BareNaked Ladies Farm Aid 2000
Coming UP – The Who, Jimi and Nuela Charles Brings her new self titled album @tdmulligan
Happy Jack The Who Greatest Hits Live
Remember Jimi Hendrix Experience Are you experienced
Nuela Charles Interview complete interview – Mulligan Stew Podcast TDMulligan
Heavy Nuela Charles Nuela Charles
Nuela Charles Interview TDMulligan
-Complete Interview Mulligan Stew Podcast
Worthy Nuela Charles Nuela Charles
Nuela Charles Interview Complete Interview – Mulligan Stew Podcast @tdmulligan
Save Me Nuela Charles Nuela Charles


EP 222 | Lake Street Dive New Album ‘Fun Machine: The Sequel’ A conversation with Michael Calabrese


Guest Michael Calabrese – Lake Street Dive.

New album Fun Machine – The Sequel  Just out Friday.

It’s 10 years since their breakout album Fun Machine.

They’re even looser and cooler 10 years later and waaaaay more popular.

The band described the new EP: “Imagine you walk into your favorite local dive bar and Lake Street Dive is on stage, doing our regular weekly gig for $5 a head. These are the songs we’d be covering there and how we’d be playing them. Some deep cuts, some sentimental favorites, and some (hopefully) epic crowd pleasers.”

Covers of Pointer Sisters, Bonnie Raitt, Carole King, etc..but all with a cool groove, great singing, and bang-on arrangements.

Hugely popular – this is the second visit to The Mulligan Stew Podcast from Michael Calabrese, original member and drummer of Lake Street Dive.

Play the Orpheum in Vancouver Oct 11