Audio

EP 112 | Jim Cuddy and Barney Bentall on Fathers Day- Encore Presentation

hello

This Fathers Day gathering took place June 2020. It was so informative and fun that we decided to repeat it this year. Yes there’s talk about lockdown but what that chat reveals is the joy both guys found in “watching the seasons change” and that included their children growing up. They have a revealing discussion between themselves about their children following in their footsteps and the mine field of giving those children advice.

It still rings true.

Welcome to The Mulligan Stew Podcast. Encore  Presentation 

OK. Its Fathers Day weekend.

It’s also Summer Solstice

I always hear a phrase…. “I’m in the family business”

Now, that works if your family are Store Owners, or Office Workers, Doctors. Nurses. Teachers. Farmers etc.

We have two guests today who are friends and fathers.

Jim Cuddy from Blue Rodeo and The Jim Cuddy Band.

Barney Bentall. Leader of Cariboo Express. High Bar Gang. BYU and his own solo career.

 

How has the family dynamic changed when their sons and daughters follow them in the music business.

Share the stage. Maybe even write songs together. (maybe being the key word)

And how do family members like being the subject of songs they hear on the radio?

I was excited to get these two pals together and exchange life experiences.

Saturday June 18 Barney plays  the Beaumont Blues & Roots Fest.  New album Cosmic Dreamer

Jim and Blue Rodeo play the PNE  Aug 21

We connected on Zoom and you can find the complete conversation below:

EP 211 | Joe Keithley-Hardcore Politics

hello

Guest is a long-time friend Joe Keithley (also known by his D.O.A hardcore punk stage name Joe Shithead)

One of the very few punk artists who didn’t bring their stage characters into their real world.

Joe on stage was wild, pissed off, and very much in your face.

Off stage, he was just a great guy from Burnaby. A regular Joe.

Joe founded D.O.A

Founded Sudden Death Records

Rock Against Racism

Harmony for all – gathering used instruments for Burnaby residents who don’t have access to them.

D.O.A is celebrating the 40th anniversary of their LP Hardcore 81

And Director Scott Crawford is shooting a documentary on Joe and DOA called Something Better Change (named after DOA’s first album)

He’s already shot and released  Creem: America’s only rock and roll magazine and Salad Days. Both were outstanding.

Many of Joe’s former bandmates are long gone but he’s continued to grow and learn to such an extent that he’s now a twice-elected Burnaby City Councillor and  Joe’s just gearing up for another run for office. Knocking on doors is his specialty.

I think he mentions 13,000 during one campaign.

Here’s the best part – he’s still making music with DOA..getting in a tour of Ontario, Quebec, and BC’s interior before the election.

To quote Dan Aykroyd “ is it a floor wax or a shampoo”

Can a guy be a hard-core punker and a politician???

Yes.. yes you can. If you’re Joe Keithley.

Mulligan Stew June 11th 2022- A Special Stew-From The CKUA Boardroom for Brad and Henry

hello

Brad Cowburn was a member of the CKUA board.

January he was diagnosed with cancer. February he passed away. A number of his friends and family donated towards an hour to honor Brad’s memory.

In his obituary, his wife Lorene wrote that in Brad’s memory donations could be made to CKUA radio.

Brad posted on Facebook that he wanted consideration of three songs. (for Lorene)

Charlie Parker loves me Marc Jordan

Blue Alert Madeleine Peyroux

My one and only love  Chris Botti & Paula Cole

I added

I got a feeling – Norah Jones

A song for you – Ray Charles.

Another board member Bruce McFarlane (and Janice Heard) donated the second hour.

They’ll be just finishing a tour of Scotland (whisky, golf, hiking, etc) and listening in Glasgow.

They asked for two songs.

Beautiful Boy  John Lennon for their new Grandson Henry

And John Mellencamp’s  Jack and Diane (Play that and dedicate it to “all those who are still living their lives with no holds barred and are thrilled by it”

OH..and I get the Festival Radio bug…and play artists from

North Country Fair

Beaumont Blues and Roots

And

Calgary Folk Festival

We celebrate the birthday of Chester Burnett (Howlin’ Wolf)

2 Ray Charles songs – honoring Ray, who passed away June 10, 2004

Steely Dan/James Taylor/Sting/Norah Jones/Tedeschi Trucks Band/Whitehorse/Larkin Poe/Little Feat/ Amy Helm/ Bruno Mars and we finish with a salute to Frank Beard Drummer for ZZ Top celebrating his birthday Saturday Im Bad Im nationwide..

PLAYLIST:

Mulligan Stew June 11 2022
This is The Stew – Playlist at mulliganstew.ca Let’s have some Saturday night music
Set them Free (live) Sting Mandela 70th Birthday ay Wembley
I’m a man (live) Steve Winwood Greatest Hits Live
How sweet it is (Live) James Taylor Live
Peg (live) Steely Dan North East Corridor
www.deanehouse.com www.river-café.com
Charlie Parker loves me Marc Jordan This is how men cry
Blue Alert Madeline Peyroux Half the perfect World
One and only you Chris Botti – Paula Cole To Love Again
I got a Feelin’ (live) Norah Jones Live at Empire State Building
A song for you Ray Charles Great Genius
www.mulliganstew.ca Coming up – Howling Wolf. Wood Bros. John Lennon
ooh la la Steve Dawson Gone. Real Gone
Fall in Tedeschi Trucks Band I am The Moon
This is The Stew – Playlist at mulliganstew.ca NEXT – Mellencamp, Bruno Mars.Whitehorse ZZTop. Larkin Poe
Highway 49 Howlin’ Wolf London Howlin Wolf Sessions
Forty Four – How many more years Little Feat Little Feat
Ophelia (live) The Wood bros. Live at The Barn
Mercy Petunia and the Vipers Petunia and the Vipers
www.mulliganstew.ca Next – The Johns: Lennon and Mellencamp
Beautiful Boy John lennon Double Fantasy
Jack and Diane John Mellencamp Greatest Hits
Welcome to The Stew www.mulliganstew.ca
You are my sunshine Ray Charles Modern sounds in Country and Western music Two
Loves train Bruno Mars. Anderson Paak . Silk Sonic Silk Sonic
breathing Amy Helm What the flood left behind
send requests to tmulligan@ckua.com www.mulliganstew.ca
Summer Wine Whitehorse single
Sometimes Larkin Poe Venom and Faith
Thanks for listening – stay safe out there www.mulliganstew.ca
Willing Little Feat Little Feat
I’m Bad. I’m Nationwide ZZ Top Deguello

June 11th, 2022- Van Wine Fest Part Two  (plus 2 very special guests)

hello

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

THE SHOW

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.

.

STORIES WE’RE WORKING ON

Sponsor Special

Hillside

Moon Curser

Unsworth Wines

Jason Parkes Customs

2022 Vintage Report

Clos du Soleil

Scorched Earth

Pinot Noir Blind Tasting

 

 

EP 210 | Susan Tedeschi-Tedeschi Trucks Band- New album I Am The Moon

hello

Susan Tedeschi co-partner with  Derek Trucks in life and music is our guest this week.

Tedeschi Trucks Band has created “one of those albums” that will become the standard by which all other such albums are created.

It’s an amazing story and we are thrilled to have Susan  share it with us .  It’s our complete 30-minute interview – with the tracks from the first album.

The concept behind I Am The Moon, the GRAMMY-winning band’s fifth studio recording, was suggested by TTB vocalist Mike Mattison in May 2020, two months after the band was forced off the road by the pandemic.

The 12th-century poem Layla & Majnun by Persian poet, Nizami Ganjavi, was the title inspiration for Eric Clapton’s 1970 double-LP with Derek and the Dominos, Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs – an influential album for Tedeschi Trucks Band .  Interestingly,  Ganjavi’s source material resonated with Mattison and the rest of the band in an altogether different way. Finding complex themes and storylines that inspired their creative process, they forged a new, modern interpretation of the vast 100-page poem.

I Am The Moon was written collectively and collaboratively, with band members contributing their own unique perspectives on the work. By January 2021 the band was recording at Tedeschi and Trucks’ home studio, Swamp Raga, in Jacksonville, FL, with Derek behind the soundboard as producer and long-time studio engineer, Bobby Tis, in charge of recording and mixing.

Operatic in scope, Tedeschi Trucks Band explores romantic relationships, collective struggle, faith, and the human experience on I Am The Moon.

“It’s amazing,” Trucks says, “because we wrote most of this music in a pretty short time span. There are even chord changes that mirror other tunes on the albums – themes and variations, lyrical allusions, that pop back up.” He continues: “You always want to do something bigger and thematic. This is the first time it happened naturally.”

 

The decision to sequence and release I Am The Moon in four distinct episodes came “when we started thinking of records we love,” Derek  says, citing Axis: Bold as Love, the 1967 LP by the Jimi Hendrix Experience.

“It’s 36 minutes long. That’s the way to digest a record.”

With that approach in mind, TTB will also  present I Am The Moon: The Filmimmersive visual companions to each album. The corresponding films will debut three days prior to each audio release, offering fans an early opportunity to digest each album in its entirety as a communal listening and viewing experience via the band’s YouTube channel.

TEDESCHI TRUCKS BAND – I AM THE MOON: ALBUM + FILM RELEASE DATES:

I Am The Moon: I. Crescent
Film Premiere: May 31
Album Release: June 3

I Am The Moon: II. Ascension
Film Premiere: June 28
Album Release: July 1

I Am The Moon: III. The Fall
Film Premiere: July 26
Album Release: July 29

I Am The Moon: IV. Farewell
Film Premiere: August 23
Album Release: August 26

I Am The Moon – All Vinyl Configurations: individual LPs + the 4-LP Deluxe Box available September 9.

Tedeschi Trucks Band tour:
June 24 – Jacksonville, FL – Daily’s Place Amphitheater
June 25 – Mobile, AL – Mobile Civic Center
June 26 – Tuscaloosa, AL – Tuscaloosa Amphitheater
June 28 – Indianapolis, IN – The Amphitheater at White River State Park
June 29 – Detroit, MI – Fox Theatre
July 1 – Canandaigua, NY – Constellation Brands – Marvin Sands Performing Arts Center
July 2 – Gilford, NH – Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion
July 3 – Saratoga Springs, NY – Saratoga Performing Arts Center
July 6 – New Haven, CT – Westville Music Bowl
July 8 – Philadelphia, PA – The Mann Center
July 9 – Essex Junction, VT – Midway Lawn at Champlain Valley Expo
July 10 – Patchogue, NY – Great South Bay Music Festival
July 12 – Lewiston, NY – ArtPark
July 13 – Cincinnati, OH – PNC Pavilion at Riverbend
July 15 – 16 – Atlanta, GA – Fox Theatre
July 19 – Vienna, VA – Wolf Trap
July 20 – Richmond, VA – Virginia Credit Union LIVE!
July 21 – Raleigh, NC – Coastal Credit Union Music Park
July 23 – Charlotte, NC – PNC Music Pavilion
July 24 – Huber Heights, OH – Rose Music Center at The Heights
July 26 – Aurora, IL – RiverEdge Park
July 27 – St. Louis, MO – Fabulous Fox Theatre
July 29 – 30 – Morrison, CO – Red Rocks Amphitheatre
August 18 – San Diego, CA – Cal Coast Credit Union Amphitheater
August 19 – Los Angeles, CA – The Greek Theatre
August 20 – Berkeley, CA – The Greek Theatre
August 23 – Sacramento, CA – Sacramento Memorial Auditorium
August 24 – Eugene, OR – Cuthbert Amphitheater
August 26 – Auburn, WA – White River Amphitheater
August 27 – Bend, OR – Hayden Homes Amphitheater
August 28 – Reno, NV – Grand Sierra Resort & Casino
August 31 – Boise, ID – Outlaw Field at the Idaho Botanical Garden
September 1 – Bonner, MT – Kettlehouse Amphitheater
September 3  – Moorhead, MN – Bluestem Center for the Arts Amphitheater
October 17 – Copenhagen, DK – Amager Bio
October 18 – Copenhagen, DK – Amager Bio
October 20 – Randers, DK – Vaerket
October 21 – Oslo, NO – Sentrum Scene
October 22 – Stockholm, SE – Cirkus
October 25  – Berlin, DE – Verti Music Hall
October 26 – Hamburg, DE – Edel-optics.de Arena
October 27 – Prague, CZ – Forum Karlin
October 30 – Rotterdam, NL – RTM Stage
November 2 – Dublin, IE – The Helix
November 4 – London, UK – The London Palladium
November 5 – London, UK – The London Palladium
November 6 – London, UK – The London Palladium
November 9 – Manchester, UK – Manchester Academy
November 10 – Glasgow, UK – O2 Academy Glasgow
November 12 – Paris, FR – Le Trianon
November 13 – Paris, FR – Le Trianon
November 15 – Paris, FR – Bataclan

June 4th, 2022 – The return of the Vancouver Wine Festival: Part One

hello

The return of  VanWineFest Part One…

THE SHOW

After a year of events far more important than a wine gathering,

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

The pandemic required a different gathering this year.

Smaller crowds masks not mandatory but 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.

For having survived the pandemic and come out the other side.  To see friends and exchange 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.

Proudly Sponsored by Harbour Air

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

Harry Hertscheg

 

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

 

STORIES WE’RE WORKING ON

  • VanWineFest Part Two
  • Tony Holler – Poplar Grove
  • Mark De Vere – Robert Mondavi Wine
  • Ray Signorello – Signorello Wine
  • Our Sponsor Special
  • Jason Parkes Customs
  • Hillside Winery
  • Moon Curser Wines
  • Unsworth Wines
  • Clos du Soleil
  • Scorched Earth

 

 

EP 209 | Ariel Posen

hello

Ariel Posen is the guest.

I’ve spent a lot of time attempting to describe who he is and what he does.

-Winnipeg born now Montreal. Became the go-to guy for guitar work. ..precise vocal harmonies – and very interesting songs.

I still can’t explain what he does with the guitar, that is until you hear him play.  WOW.

He came to prominence with The Bros. Landreth then went solo.

Latest EP is Downtown. Releases Mid July but we have several tracks for you.

Anyway. Because I can’t do the man and his playing justice I’ll leave you with some quotes from his last tour in the UK 2020.

Possibly the best guitar solo I’ve heard in 12 years of owning a music venue! Keep Watching!

2,420,174 views Feb 5, 2020, Canadian guitarist, singer, producer Ariel Posen played at Fat Lil’s in Witney, UK on Tuesday 4th February 2020. I knew he’d be good because he used to be in Brothers Landreth, but didn’t expect to hear this incredible, dynamic solo. Combining slide techniques, finger picking, dissonance and a fuzz tone to die for. It builds and builds. I was totally blown away! And I think it is possibly the best (to my taste) I’ve heard in all the years of owning the club

I’ve been playing guitar for 15 years and not once have I ever played one of those notes. What a pro.

This kind of style is the future of rock. Don’t get me wrong, I love a good ole CCR riff. However, today’s scene can barely keep up with consistently putting out new and original content. These are the kinds of brave and avant-garde performances that will be shaping the guitarists of tomorrow. This dude HAS IT

That’s a modern-day Jimi Hendrix experience right there! Thanks for sharing

EP 208 | The Kids In the Hall

hello

Dave Foley, Bruce McCulloch, Kevin McDonald, Mark McKinney, and

Scott Thompson are Kids in the Hall.

Many people consider KITH the funniest sketch comedy show ever to appear on TV and Film. The other half are fans of the absurdist genius of  Monty Python etc.

The Kids mixed that absurdist humor with irony.

The winner is us – the audience.

 KITH are “older”!

The youngest kid is 59-year-old Dave Foley.

However, what keeps them funny and relevant is the high wire that they walk.

The Kids embrace risk and even make fun of that possible failure waiting to happen.

The guests this week are Bruce McCulloch and Scott Thompson 

One of the things we talk about in this Zoom Interview is how lucky they were to not only find each but discover that they all viewed the planet and the people on it as flawed and great subjects for funny. Why are they so good?  Well, they’ve been making us laugh – at ourselves – since 1984.

After 27 years of No Kids. No Hall. They’re back with a series on Prime Video/Amazon and a fascinating documentary “Kids in the Hall: Comedy Punks”

May 21st, 2021-The Return of Top Drop / 2022

hello

Proudly Sponsored by Harbour Air

The Return of Top Drop / 2022

 

THE SHOW

 Like all other events in our day-to-day lives, there was no Top Drop during the pandemic.

However, Top Drop wine fans are a very loyal bunch and I never thought for a minute that there might never be another Top Drop.

Why the loyalty?

“The one wine tasting  of the year you shouldn’t miss”

Western Living Magazine

  

Kurtis Kolt and his partners have dedicated themselves to finding and inviting wineries that display a sense of place and craft.

Kurtis Kolt

A great many are organic and all farm sustainably. Some are large but many are small and finding them is like finding a prize.

The participants are so thoroughly vetted, that it makes the invited list feel like an all-star game.

The two-day event took place May 10 & 11 in the very comfortable surroundings at The Roundhouse in Yaletown. 40 international wineries pouring!

As usual, I couldn’t get to everyone in the room. But I did stalk and talk to :

Bella Wines – Jay Drysdale (Naramata Bench) A stellar sparkling wine house focused on single-vineyard expressions. Especially Gamay.

Creek & Gully Cider – Annelise Simonsen and Alyssa Hubert (Naramata Bench) A family farm, 65 acres of Organic Apples. They use apples deemed “undesirable”

Ciders are proudly unfined, unfiltered, and ambiently fermented in the bottle and can. We also talk about saving Okanagan orchards.

Fitzpatrick Family Vineyards – Gordon Fitzpatrick. (Summerland) Focused on traditional method sparkling wine. From 40 acres of vines separated into 12 smaller blocks.

 

Hedges Family Estate –  Christophe Hedges (Red Mountain. Washington)  Farmers first, winemakers second, the Hedges Family were pioneers of the modern Washington Wine Industry. Christophe leads the next generation.

Lightning Rock Winery – Jordan Kubek Winemaker (Summerland) Creating electric, juicy wines. Jordan and Tyler desire to express each vineyard in the glass.

Martin’s Lane Winery – Shane Munn Winemaker (East Kelowna) Pinot and Riesling only. Vineyards are farmed and certified organic. Gravity-fed winery. Outstanding wines and winery.

Okanagan Crush Pad – Darryl Brooker New CEO and Matt Dumayne.  Winemaker. (Summerland) What a success story is Okanagan Crush Pad. Creating their own wines Haywire, Narrative, and Free Form. Concrete tanks, native yeasts, and no messing with the wines.

Orofino – John and Virginia Weber. Winemaker & Co-owners (Similkameen Valley) Minimal intervention in the solar-powered, strawbale winery. Premium wines that John described as “gulp able”. From beautiful Rieslings to knockout Syrah plus  Outstanding vineyards in a spectacular valley. It all adds up to Orofino!

Terravista Vineyards – Nadine Allander Winemaker (Naramata Bench) Producers of small-lot specialty white wines including Spanish varietals: Albarino and Verdejo plus French beauties Marsanne, Roussanne, and Viognier.  A tribute to the vineyards and those who planted them.

Ursa Major Winery – Rajen Toor Owner/Principal. (South Okanagan. Black Sage Bench) Organically farmed vineyards on prime land. Working with many varietals but especially Bordeaux grapes to see if they can showcase a different side of the grape.  Much buzz about this winery.

Owen Knowlton – Stable House Award-winning Wine Director. Pouring Wines of Bordeaux

 

Kurtis Kolt – Co-Founder of Top Drop Vancouver and Wine Educator

 

www.bellawines.ca

www.creekandgully.com

www.fitzwine.com

www.hedgesfamilyestate.com

www.lightningrockwinery.com

www.martinslanewinery.com

www.okanagancrushpad.com

www.orofinovineyards.com

www.terravistavineyards.com

www.ursamajorwinery.com

www.bordeaux.com

www.tanninmanagement.ca

www.kurtiskolt.com

www.topdrop.ca

STORIES WE’RE WORKING ON

  • Cowichan Valley –  June is Wine Month
  • Point Noir  Blind Tasting
  • Two-Part Vancouver Wine Festival
  • Sponsor Special
  • Quails’ Gate partners with Martiniuk Family

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

hello

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.

tdm

TOUR DATES:

https://www.thebroslandreth.com/shows