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Mulligan Stew March 25th 2023-Special Guest Dan Mangan


Special Guest is Dan Mangan. In Hour Two

Yes, he was just a co-host on The Juno Couch.

We had already done this interview before the Couch was a thing.

And we didn’t get to talk during our Juno special because we were busy with other guests.

The focus here is Dan’s new album Being Somewhere.

This interview is more music driven than the Podcast.

Dan also openly reveals the vocal health issues he’s been dealing with.

I managed to put all of the stress in my body, into my jaw. I’m dealing with it now. There’s a softer touch to the vocal delivery”

Complete interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast and tdm YouTube channel.

We’ll celebrate Elton John’s Birthday – with a  deep track.

And we promise to lift your heart with

David Lindley, Leon Russell, Phoebe Snow and Dr John with Aaron Neville.

New music from Taj Mahal, William Prince, Ron Sexsmith, and Madeleine Roger and The Fretless.

Also in hour two new music from The Wood Bros, and a classic from John Hiatt, Aretha and the closer is all 12 minutes of Loan me a Dime from Boz Scaggs at Muscle Shoals with a young Duane Allman on guitar.



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Brother John David Lindley Win this Record
Good Times Phoebe Snow Phoebe Snow
Caledonia Taj Mahal Savoy
Born under a bad sign Eric Clapton Rarities 83-98
End of the Line Dr John and Aaron Neville Things happen that way
Mulligan Stew TDMulligan Coming Up – Traveling Wilburys
Handle with care The Travelling Wilburys TW Collection
Todays Guest – Dan Mangan Coming Up New William Prince The Stew
Tanqueray William Prince Stand in the Joy
One bird calling Ron Sexsmith The Vivian Line
Love Minus Zero/No Limits Leon Russell & The Shelter People Leon Russell and the Shelter People
Deane House River Cafe Thank you for the support
Levon Elton John Madman across the Water
Ain’t no more Cane Bob Dylan / The Band The Basement Tapes
Mulligan Stew mulligan stew dot ca Coming Up – Dan Mangan
invisible U2 Songs of Surrender
Next – Heading for Cripple Creek The Stew
Up on Cripple Creek Buddy Miller (Amy Helm) Midnight Ramble Band It was the music
In Hour Two of The Stew Dan Mangan drops by and Boz Scaggs drops a Dime
Thing called Love John Hiatt Bring the Family
Night Time is the Right Time Aretha Franklin Aretha’s Blues – Delta Meets Detroit
Line those Pockets The Wood Brothers Single
Ooh Baby Baby Marc Jordan and Amy Sky He Sang She Sang
Coyotes Banff We thank you for 25 years of support for CKUA
Coyotes Banff We thank you for 25 years of support for CKUA
Dan Mangan Interview with TDMulligan The Stew
Just know it Dan Mangan Being Somewhere
Dan Mangan Interview Complete interview on MS Podcast and video on tdm You Tube Channel
Fire Escape Dan Mangan Being Somewhere
Dan Mangan Interview complete int on mulligan stew podcast The Stew
All Roads Dan Mangan Being Somewhere
Dan Mangan Interview video interview on tdm youtube channel Thank You Dan
Easy Dan Mangan Being Somewhere
mulligan stew dot ca Dan Mangan Interview on Podcast and tdm youtube channel
My Moon My Man The Fretless and Madeleine Roger video single
Loan me a Dime Boz Scaggs Boz Scaggs

Mulligan Stew March 18th 2023- Music for A Post Juno Weekend & Wilson Picket Remembered


Hello all:

First things first – a large thank you to everyone who promoted the Couch.

The crew assembled the elements. The actual studio crew on the performance floor and up above working the video and audio.

Thanks to Grant, Dan Mangan, Tom Wilson, Vish Khanna, Jasmine Vickaryous, the hosts who joined me on The Couch, the artists who were guests and the assembled audience.

Also, Gino from Rigolettos who was fantastic and Matt Thirlwell from Vintage West arranged specialty wines for all in the green room.

And what a treat to meet and work with Alex Hall!!

OK…Here’s the deal for Saturday’s show. CHECK OUT THE PLAYLIST!!

We’ll celebrate the birthday of Wicked Wilson Pickett.

 Chuck Berry. Died On March 18, 2017

NEW music from

Steven Stills, Graham Nash Norah Jones and Lucas Nelson, Matt Anderson, Rufus Wainwright and Brandi Carlile, Marc Jordan, Ron Sexsmith, The Wood Brothers, Krasno, Moore Project with Cory Henry, Jill Barber, Ryan McMann, Natalie McMaster, Donnell Leahy and Rhiannon Giddens.

Throw in classics from The Beatles, Bahamas, Dylan, Neil Young, The Blasters, Rickie Lee Jones, Tedeschi Trucks Band, John Fogerty.



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Love the one you’re with (live) Steven Stills Live in Berkeley 1971
Right now Graham Nash Right Now
Heart of Gold Neil Young Harvest Moon
Thelma John Lee Hooker Burnin’ Expanded
TDMulligan The Stew Year 27 NEXT – Norah Jones – Lukas Nelson
Let me down on a cloud Norah Jones – Lucas Nelson podcast single
Busted Willie Nelson Don’t know a thing/Songs of Harlan Howard
Deane House River Cafe We thank them both for the support
Let it slide Matt Anderson The Big Bottle of Joy
Sampson and Delila The Blasters Hard Line
Promised land Chuck Berry Best of
The Stew with TDMulligan Playlist – MulliganStew dot Ca NEXT – Rufus and Brandi/Marc Jordan/Ron Sexsmith
Down in the Willow Garden Rufus Wainwright & Brandi Carlile single
Coltrane plays the blues Marc Jordan single
This, that and the other thing Ron Sexsmith The Vivian Line
Chuck E’s in Love Rickie Lee Jones Rickie Lee Jones
Mulligan Stew Year 27 Coming UP – Wilson Pickett medley Mulligan Stew dot ca
Ain’t that something Tedeschi Trucks Band I am the Moon #2
A song for Uncle Ray The Stew TDM
Smoke gets in your eyes The Platters Best of
Coming UP on The Stew A Wilson Pickett Birthday Party TDMulligan
Don’t Fight it Wilson Pickett Best of
Ninty-Nine and a Half just won’t do Wilson Pickett Best of
Midnight Hour Wilson Pickett Best of
Pilgrim The Wood Bros. Heart is the hero
Stay High Eric Krasno. Stanton Moore Corey Henry Book of Queens
TDMulligan – The Stew Coming UP – Springsteen / John Fogerty mulliganstew dot ca
Woman of the House Natalie McMaster. Donnell Leahy & Rhiannon Giddens Canvas
Fire Bruce Springsteen The Promise
Joy of my life John Fogerty single
Coyotes Banff Sponsoring The Stew for over 25 years and always supporting CKUA
Tangled up in Blue Bob Dylan Blood on the Tracks
Beautiful Life Jill Barber Homemaker
Lost and Found Ryan McMann single
Ryan McMann Tour dates Next on Mulligan Stew Bahamas Beatles and Berry
Louisiana 1927 Bahamas Live to Tape Vol 2
Penny Lane The Beatles single
Is you is – is you ain’t my baby Taj Mahal Savoy

Mulligan Stew March 11th 2023-Its Juno weekend and we’ll be Live on the Juno Couch on Sunday BUT FIRST it’s the Stew on Saturday


It’s Juno weekend and we’ll be Live on the Juno Couch on Sunday BUT FIRST, it’s the Stew on Saturday.



We’ll salute the brilliance of David Lindley and Wayne Shorter.


The first-hour donor suggestion was “curate as you see fit,  maybe keep it bluesy and work in a few live tracks”


Great idea.

The bluesy tracks are Shakura S’Aida, Weather Report, Marc Jordan, and Amy Sky,

Live tracks from Los Lobos, Elton John, David Lindley, and Jackson Browne.

New music from Van Morrison, Gord Downie and Bob Rock, Jenn Grant, and Amy Milan, Peach and Quiet, Dan Mangan, Wood bros, John Fogerty, Tami Neilson, Cat Stevens, and Ron Sexsmith.

Remembering David Lindley and Wayne Shorter through Weather Report, Steely Dan, Linda Ronstadt, Joni Mitchell, and Don Henley.

Wayne Shorter was a star in the jazz world. Playing with Miles Davis, Art Blakey, and the Jazz Messengers, Weather Report. He also felt comfortable enough to join other artists as a sideman. Wayne and Joni Mitchell were best friends, Steely Dan’s Aja Album for one, and Don Henley’s Grammy-winning The end of the Innocence.

David Lindley was the sideman’s sideman. He could play anything with strings and had the ability to cover what needed to be done, so that others playing with him had the creative freedom to improvise. He was also blessed with a killer dry wit.

Yes,  we’ll play Jackson Browne and David working together but Running on Empty will be a live track from a tour of Spain and the album Love is Strange.

Also, David Lindley with Ry Cooder from Bop ‘til you Drop and Linda Ronstadt and Heart Like a Wheel.

SUNDAY I’ll be Hosting the fourth annual Juno Couch – From 1-3 (Mtn) Live at CKUA Radio and video broadcast online via Facebook at

Cohosts Dan Mangan and Tom Wilson (Blackie and the Rodeo Kings)

Guests include

  • Angelique Francis
  • Digging Roots
  • Shawn Hall – Harp and Axe
  • Jon Dore
  • Shakura S’Aida
  • Marc Jordan and Amy Sky
  • There will be surprises……

Turn it UP!



Mulligan Stew Juno Weekend Terry David Mulligan Details – Mulligan Stew Dot Ca
Pilgrim The Wood Bros Heart is the Hero
Joy of my life John Fogerty Blue Moon Swamp (on off)
You were mine (vinyl sessions) Tami Neilson Our Vinyl Sessions
Honky Cat (live) Elton John Honky Chateau (50th) Royal Fest Hall
Deane House River Cafe CKUA Radio
Here comes The Sun (acoustic) Yusef/ Cat Stevens single
This That and the Other Thing Ron Sexsmith The Vivian Line
The Neighbourhood Los Lobos Disconnected in NYC (deluxe)
This is Mulligan Stew with TDMulligan NEXT – Remembering David Lindley
Late for the Sky Jackson Browne. David Lindley Late for the Sky
Heart like a Wheel Linda Ronstadt and David Lindley Heart like a Wheel
Don’t mess up a good thing Ry Cooder and David Lindley Bop til you Drop
Mulligan Stew (remembering David Lindley) TDMulligan Mulligan Stew dot Ca
Running on Empty (live) Jackson Browne and David Lindley Love is Strange
The Stew – March 11 Juno Weekend Sunday – The Juno Couch 1-3PM
NEXT – we remember Wayne Shorter Jazz Legend Mulligan Stew – TDMulligan
Wayne Shorter – Remembered The Stew – CKUA Thank you Donors
Aja Steely Dan (with Wayne Shorter) Aja
Jericho (live) Joni Mitchell (Wayne Shorter) Don Juan’s Reckless Daughter
The end of the Innocence Don Henley (Wayne Shorter) The End of the Innocence
Birdland Weather Report Heavy Weather
TDMulligan Mulligan Stew Year 27
This loving light of mine Van Morrison single
Lustre Parfait Gord Downey and Bob Rock Raven and the Red Tail Hawk
Beautiful Thing Peach and Quiet Beautiful Thing
Coyotes Southwestern Grill Banff Sponsor for 25 years
Just know it Dan Mangan single
Heart of Gold Shakura S’Aida Hold on to Love
Free Falling Marc Jordan – Amy Sky He Sang She Sang
This is Mulligan Stew Join us Sunday for The Juno Couch 1-3PM Live
How I loved you Jenn Grant – Amy Milan Champagne Promises
Boogie Woogie Waltz Weather Report Best of


Mulligan Stew March 4th 2023- 2 hours of fine music & remembering Richard Manuel!


UNSPECIFIED – CIRCA 1976: Photo of Band (Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)

Well, look at that – March. The first weekend in March.

What’s next?  Longer days and nights? New White wines for Spring?  Birds chortling in the trees?

Well, let’s celebrate with 2 hours of hand-picked music.

NEW music from Taj Mahal and Ry Cooder, Van Morrison, Nathaniel Rateliff and NightSweats, Bob Dylan U2,

Allison Russell and Brandi Carlile.

Classic tracks from Mellencamp and Springsteen, John Fogerty, Colin James, Queen and Bowie, BB King and Eric Clapton, Toots, Bahamas, and Cedrick Burnside. Leslie Feist. Corb Lund and Jerry Rafferty!!

Live tracks from Tedeschi Trucks, Sheryl Crow, and Joan Osborne.

And we remember the life and songs of Richard Manuel of The Band.  Lost on this day in 1986.

Richard Manuel’s is the first voice you hear on the first Band album Music from Big Pink. After a Robbie Robertson guitar intro that sounds as if it’s being fed through Garth Hudson’s Lowry organ at its most distorted, his aching baritone launches into the first reproachful line of `Tears of Rage`. As it arches over `arms`, you can’t help thinking of Ray Charles, the singer who more than any other shaped this unlikely white soul voice from Stratford, Ontario. And by the end of the first chorus you realize why, in an almost unspoken way, Manuel’s fellow Band vocalists Levon Helm and Rick Danko always looked upon him as the group’s `lead` singer.”
–Barney Hoskyns



Mulligan Stew – Stepping into March Terry Mulligan CKUA
It hurts me too Keb Mo The Door
Did you say such a thing? John Mellencamp and Bruce Springsteen Strictly a one – eyed Jack
Monarch Leslie Feist Monarch
The Stew with TDMulligan Year 27 mulligan stew dot ca
Modern Man Bahamas Live to Tape Vol 2
Have you seen the rain? John Fogerty The Long Road Home
Shake your Hips (Live) Joan Osborne Live
Hooray Hooray Taj Mahal and Ry Cooder Get on Board
Louie Louie Toots and the Maytals Funky Kingston
This is Mulligan Stew info and playlist mulligan stew dot ca also On Demand @ckua
Into the mystic Colin James Limelight
Worried man Blues Van Morrison Moving on Skiffle
Old Men Corb Lund Agricultural Tragic
Deane House and River Cafe Sponsoring Mulligan Stew and Supporting CKUA
Under Pressure Queen and David Bowie Hot Space
Right down the line Jerry Rafferty City to City
Be sure to check out Mulligan Stew On Demand at CKUA website Coming UP more Saturday night music
Hour Two of The Stew U2.BB KIng & Clapton. Allison and Brandi And remembering Richard Manuel
I’m on your side (live) Nathaniel Rateliff/Night Sweats The Future
Rock me Baby BB KIng and Eric Clapton Deuces Wild
Mississippi Bob Dylan Fragments
Can’t cry anymore (live) Sheryl Crow Live from The Ryman
Mulligan Stew – coming UP New U2, Allison Russell and Brandi Carlile playlist mulligan stew dot ca
Lydia Margo Price Strays
I pity the Fool Tedeschi Trucks Band Live from The Fox Oakland
Coyotes Banff supporting ckua for over 25 years AND a great restaurant experience
One U2 Songs of Surrender
Steppin Cedrick Burnside I Be Tryin’
You are not alone Allison Russell and Brandi Carlile You are not alone
Days like this Van Morrison Days like this
Thank you Donor Trevor Schuler We remember Richard Manuel from The Band
Across the Great Divide The Band The Band


Mulligan Stew Feb 25th 2023-Special Guest David Landreth


There’s really no such thing as an overnight success!

Dreams can be experienced but it takes the work of time to find the crossroads between dreams and reality.

The Bros. Landreth dreamt of making music, just like their Dad Wally in Winnipeg.

Wally wanted that too because he kept spinning vinyl at home,  like a music teacher. But no schlock..only the good stuff.

Little Feat, The Eagles, Neil Young, CS&Nash, and Bonnie Raitt.

Years later the Brothers are playing at the Winnipeg Folk Festival when they were approached by the headliner – none other than Bonnie Raitt.

She asked if they would send her songs to record because they reminded her of her friend Lowell George from Little Feat.

David and Joey Landreth wrote and rejected many songs. They felt they weren’t up to Bonnie’s standards but eventually – again years later – they sent a song they had recorded Made up mind.

Just so happens it’s the same song Bonnie heard them play and she said – that’s the song.

Two years later the boys hear from friends in Nashville that Bonnie is recording that song and then she makes it the first single off of Just Like That.

Both album and song go on to win Grammys this year and The Bros. Landreth has become “a thing”.

Here’s a discussion with David Landreth about those Grammy moments and the rest of the story.  Well done boys.

Congrats Wally!!

What a win for Bonnie and great music.

New music from Michael Kaeshammer, Andy Fairweather Low, Eilen Jewell, Marcus Mumford

Also – Harry Nilsson, Dave, and Phil Alvin, The Blasters, Dionne Taylor, Prince, Stevie Wonder, Sarah McLachlan

And a moment in time when Bob Dylan stood in front of a stage as an 18 years old and watched a 22-year-old Buddy Holly perform his last show. (Plane crash three days later)

As Bob tells it, Buddy was also watching him and when Bob later wrote and recorded  the LP Time out of Mind  he felt “Buddy was in the process with me”

So we’ll play them back to back to back and see what transpires.




Mulligan Stew (Piano Special) Terry Mulligan Interview guest – David Landreth
Hip Hug Her Booker T and the MGs The Albums 62-68
Feeling Happy Dave and Phil Alvin Lost Time
Good to me (as I am to you) Aretha Franklin Lady Soul
Gravity Tedeschi Trucks Band I am the Moon Disc 3
A case of you Prince One Night Alone
Deane House and River Cafe Coming Up on The Stew Billy Preston, Stevie, Lennon, McCartney
Nothing for Nothing Billy Preston Ultimate Collection
Higher Ground Stevie Wonder Innervisions
Imagine John Lennon Imagine
Let it be The Beatles Let it be
Adia Sarah McLachlan Surfacing
The Stew – Piano/Keyboard Special TDMulligan Interview Guest David Landreth/Bros Landreth
Running Dionne Taylor Spirits in the Water
Let the good times roll Harry Nilsson Nilsson Schmilsson
coming UP – David Landreth on Bonnie at the Grammys Details Mulligan Stew dot ca CKUA
The Preacher Michael Kaeshammer Warehouse Sessions
The Fat Man Fats Domino Best of
Slippin and a sliding Little Richard greatest hits
Next in Hour Two of The Stew with TDMulligan David Landreth on Bonnie Raitt
Welcome to Mulligan Stew NEXT – The Bob Dylan and Buddy Holly Story CKUA
Cold Irons Bound Bob Dylan Time out of Mind
That’ll be the day Buddy Holly and The Crickets Best of
Maker you feel my love Bob Dylan Time out of Mind
Well all right Buddy Holly The Definitive Collection
Coming UP David Landreth On Bonnie and The Grammys
Sampson and Delilah The Blasters Hard Line
Got me a party Andy Fairweather Low Got me a party
Miles to go Eilen Jewell Gypsy
Coyotes Banff CKUA Sponsor for 25 years Coming UP – David Landreth
All I need is you Harrison Kennedy Thanks for Tomorrow
How Marcus Mumford self titled
David Landreth – Bros Landreth -in conversation with TDM -Complete interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast
Stay The Bros. Landreth Come Morning
David Landreth – On Made up mind complete interview on mulligan stew podcast and tdm You Tube Channel
Made up mind The Bros. Landreth Let it Lie
David Landreth The Bros. Landreth Juno Nominated
Made up Mind Bonnie Raitt Just like that


Mulligan Stew Feb 18th 2023-Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Booker T


Booker T Jones Jr  – Inducted into the Rock Hall of Fame.

He joins us on The Stew @ckuaradio,  the Mulligan Stew Podcast and terrydavidmulligan You Tube Channel.

Leader of Booker T and the MG’s. (Al Jackson, Steve Cropper, Donald “Duck” Dunn

And The Stax/Volt House Band in Memphis

Arranging, playing, singing, and writing for classic tracks with

Otis Redding

Sam and Dave

Rufus/Carla Thomas

The Staple Singers

Albert King

Author of Bio Book Time is Tight

Co-band leader of Bob Dylan’s 30th Anniversary Concert at Madison Square Garden.

Behind Otis Redding when he exploded onto the stage at Monterey Pop

Played Green Onions at the Whitehouse for The Obamas.

Collaborated with:

  • Willie Nelson
  • Roseanne Cash
  • Sheryl Crow
  • Eddie Floyd
  • Levon Helm
  • Rod Stewart
  • Neil Young
  • Linda Ronstadt
  • Bill Withers.
  • And many more.

The man is still cooking. He brings with him fully formed stories of his Stax days. How Otis handled fame. Up until daybreak writing a song for Albert King to sing that day. It was called  Born under a bad sign. Meeting The Beatles and the audience reactions when they hit England with the original Stax Revue.

How he first saw and heard the Staple Singers as he delivered papers.

The effect Ray Charles had on his dreams and career. Lots of stories.

We have  Rock Royalty in the House

Booker T appears on stage Saturday, Feb 25  with a Stax Soul Revue – a 10-piece band playing all the hits.

Jack Singer Hall in Calgary


The Stew Hour 1 (Guest Booker T) Guest tonight Booker T TDMulligan
Mulligan Stew (Guest Booker T) Terry Mulligan CKUA
What’d I say Ray Charles What’d I say
Oh Lord Things are getting pretty crazy up here Taj Mahal Senor Blues
Worried man blues Van Morrison single
Been to the Mountain Margo Price Strays
Next – Tom Petty Live, Squeeze, Matt Anderson Mulligan Stew Playlist Mulligan Stew Dot Ca
Tempted Squeeze Paul Carrack Collection
Ophelia (live) Matt Anderson Live at Olympic Hall
Free Fallin’ Mark Jordan/Amy Sky He Sang She Sang
Breakdown (Live) Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Pack up the Plantation
Coyotes Banff Sponsor for 25 years Coming Up Booker T Interview
Got to Move Fleetwood Mac Fleetwood Mac
Heartbreaker Brooks and Bowskill Too Many Roads
I got you Bahamas Live to Tape
TDMulligan Interviews Booker T next hour CKUA
It’s allright (live) Eddie Floyd Stax Volt Live in Paris
TDM – The Stew Next Hour – Booker T visits Be right back with Colin James
Booker T tells some tales In Hour Two of The Stew playlist mulligan stew dot ca
Cupid (live) Amy Winehouse Back to black (deluxe)
Valerie Amy Winehouse Back to Black (super Deluxe)
Mulligan Stew Year 27 CKUA
Can’t let go Allison Krauss & Robert Plant Raising the roof
I’ve got dreams (live) Delbert McClinton Live
Stop and Listen Blackie and the Rodeo Kings O Glory
River Cafe & Deane House Coming Up Booker T Interview He’s live in Calgary next Saturday
Crossroads (live) Eric Clapton LIve at The Fillmore
Me and Bobby McGee (live) Kris Kristofferson Live at Gilley’s
NEXT – Booker T appearing next Saturday night Jack Singer Calgary
Booker T Jones Jr Interview with TDM Mulligan Stew CKUA
Green Onions Booker T and the MGs Best of
Booker T Interview with TDMulligan CKUA
Dock of the Bay Otis Redding Dock of the Bay
Booker T Jones Jr complete Interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast and video on tdm YouTube Channel
Got to be some changes made The Staple Singers Soul Folk in Action
Booker T – Rock Hall of Fame The Stew CKUA
Born under a bad sign Albert King Born under a bad sign
Booker T – complete interview Mulligan Stew Podcast and tdm YouTube Channel
Hip Hugger Booker T and the MG’s Best of


Mulligan Stew Feb 11th 2023- Terry Wickham-The state of Folk Music Festivals in Western Canada


Some strong themes in this edition of The Stew.

Terry Wickham, long-time Producer of Edmonton Folk Fest responds to the possible demise of the Vancouver Folk Fest and how it may affect other Western Canadian Festivals.

He also talks about the state of today’s touring industry. Off stage and on.

Let’s face it, music production and essential business are changing rapidly. Artists are finding new and creative ways to make a living and extend their careers. Will your favorite festival still be up and running by the Summer? Have a listen.

We salute Sheryl Crow’s Birthday ()1952)

And songwriter Jerry Goffin, who with his then-wife Carol King wrote a lot of hits in the ’60s.

Natural Woman – Aretha

One fine day – Chiffons
Up on the roof – Drifters

Oh. And we start The Stew with Ray Charles – because on this day in 1959, he recorded What’d I say and he closed every show of his career with that song.

There’s some great new music from Michael Kaeshammer, Rory Block, Peaches, and Quiet, Ron Sexsmith &  Eva Cassidy.

A rare recording of Ry Cooder and David Lindley and their son and daughter live on stage at Vienna Opera House.

They lay into Mercury Blues.

There’s a segment when we go back to Winterland Ballroom in SF and relive the medley that Dylan and The Band finished The  Last  Waltz with.


Heads UP – Next week’s guest is BOOKER T JONES. The heart and soul of Stax Records. (25TH at Jack Singer)

And in two weeks

David Landreth about the Bonnie Bump The Bros. Landreth’s career is having!!



Mercury Blues (live) Cooder/Lindley Family Live in Vienna Opera House
Worried man blues Van Morrison single
Be still Los Lobos Just another band from East LA (collection)
Learning to fly Tom Petty / Heartbreakers Into the great wide open
Todays guest – Terry Wickham EFMF The status of our Folk Festivals mulliganstew dot ca
Beautiful thing Peaches and Quiet Beautiful Thing
Dancing in the streets Rory Block Ain’t nobody worried
Deane House River Cafe Happy Valentines Day
Every day in a winding road (live) Sheryl Crow Live at The Ryman
Things I forgot to do Duke Robillard The called it R&B
The Stew TDMulligan Guest Terry Wickham – Edmonton Folk Fest
Natural Woman Aretha Franklin Lady Soul
One fine day The Chiffons The best of
Up on the roof The Drifters Up on the Roof
Terry Wickham guests Hour Two The Stew – Year 27 TDMulligan
Little Red Rooster The Rolling Stones (with Clapton) Steel Wheels
Ramblin’ Michael Kaeshammer The Warehouse Sessions
Coming Up – The Future of Folk Fests The Terrys – Wickham and Mulligan MulliganStew dot Ca
This is Hip John Lee Hooker & Ry Cooder Mr Lucky
Baby let me follow you down (live) The Band with Bob Dylan The Last Waltz (deluxe)
I don’t believe you (live) The Band with Bob Dylan The Last Waltz (deluxe)
Forever Young (live) The Band with Bob Dylan The Last Waltz (deluxe)
Baby, let me follow you down (live) The Band with Bob Dylan The Last Waltz (deluxe)
Mulligan Stew Coming Up Terry Wickham The future of Folk Fests
When our love was new Ron Sexsmith single
Welcome to The Stew Terry David Mulligan @ckuaradio
Tall trees in Georgia Eva Cassidy single
Coyotes Banff Valentines Menu For Fen 14
Changed my way of living Taj Mahal The Natchl’ Blues
Terry Wickham Interview Producer of Edmonton Folk Festival The Future of Fests
SOB Nathaniel Rateliff/Night Sweats Nathaniel Rateliff/Nights Sweats
Terry Wickham Interview Complete Interview – Mulligan Stew Podcast & tdm YouTube Channel
Troubled Mind Dan Mangan More or Less
Terry Wickham Interview Complete interview – Mulligan Stew Podcast and tdm YouTube Channel
Complete Terry Wickham on Mulligan Stew Podcast and tdm YouTube channel
Twist and Shout The Beatles Twist and Shout

Mulligan Stew Feb 4th 2023- Welcome to February!


First four tracks from:

Tedeschi Trucks

Ray Charles

Keb Mo

Billy Joel Live

The Last Four tracks from:

New Gord Downie and Bob Rock (Two new songs)

Earth Wind and Fire  (Lost Maurice White)

New U2

And the most-played song of the 20th  Century..

Can you guess?



New music from Rory Block/Michael Kaeshammer/Mariel and T Buckley.

Got some John Fogerty/Buddy Miller/Jason Isbell/Bob Marley Live/Brandi Carlile/Nathanial Rateliff & Night Sweats/Norah Jones/ Garry Moore/Steely Dan/Heptones/Dan Auerbach/Los Lobos

And a salute to Drummer Hal Blaine with Paul Simon/The Ronettes/The Beach Boys

Enjoy! It was a bag of fun putting this together.



Mulligan Stew – The Stew Terry David Mulligan CKUA
Love has something else to say Tedeschi Trucks Band Let me get by
you are my sunshine Ray Charles Modern sounds in country and western music
Good to be (home again ) Keb Mo Good to be
The river of dreams Bill Joel Bill Joel Live
The Stew with TDMulligan Next – Dan Auerbach – Los Lobos
We got to get out of this place Dan Auerbach Echoes of Vietnam
Framed Los Lobos Native Son
I shall be released The Heptones Nightfood in Partytime
Thank You Coyotes Banff for 25 years of support
I’ll take you there Rory Block Ain’t nobody worried
Mulligan Stew – Year 27 @tdmulligan
if you be my baby Gary Moore Blues for Greeny
Kid Charlemagne (live) Steely Dan North East Corridor Live
I got a feeling (live) Norah Jones Let it be EP
Down by the riverside Michael Kaeshammer The Warehouse Sessions
Coming Up on The Stew New Gord Downie remembering Hal Blaine, Bob Marley & Maurice White
Is there nowhere Gord Downie and Bob Rock The Raven and Red Tail Hawk EP
Bobcaygeon Mariel and T Buckley single
Have you ever seen the rain John Fogerty The long road home
The Stew Year 27 CKUA Next – The Night Sweats
Survivor Nathanial Rateliff/Night Sweats The Future
Angel from Montgomery Buddy Miller, Brandi Carlile. Lone Bellow Cayamo songs at Sea
Marry Me (live) Jason Isbell. Paterson Hood etc Live at Shoals Theatre
Mulligan Stew Dot Ca Coming up Hal Blaine tribute and Beach Boys
Mother and Child Reunion Paul Simon Paul Simon
God only knows The Beach Boys Pet Sounds
Be my baby The Ronettes Best of
The Stew @ckua @tdmulligan
Stir it up (live) Bob Marley Live
with or without you U2 Songs of Surrender
Lustre Parfait Gord Downie and Bob Rock Lustre Parfait
September Earth Wind and Fire September
Deane House River Cafe Thank You
You’ve lost that Lovin’ Feeling The Righteous Brothers Best of


Mulligan Stew Jan 28th 2023-Special Guests Whitehorse


Special guests on the Saturdays Stew – By the time they hit the air on The Stew, Whitehorse will be proclaimed #1 on the CKUA Top 30.   I believe they’ll be there for a while.

Their new album I’m not crying You’re crying is getting rave reviews – everywhere.

And Next week they’ll be showcasing in London at AmericanaUK. 

In this Saturday interview, they drop some word bombs that will linger including Luke proclaiming that they will now be a working  Country band. 

They’re gifted singers, songwriters, and musicians. But best of all they’re fine people and an absolute joy to interview.

The Jimmy they mention is their 10-year-old son. He is home-schooled by his parents, joins them on tour, started playing piano during the lockdown, and insists on playing his drum kit when they practice.

Best of all, the complete interview – all 40 minutes, will be on the Mulligan Stew Podcast and the Terry David Mulligan YouTube Channel…


Mulligan Stew – Whitehorse Guests Terry David Mulligan CKUA
Mississippi Version 2 Bob Dylan Fragments
She got some money Eddie 9V Little Black Flies
Busted Willie Nelson I don’t know a thing about love
Hang Loose Alabama Shakes Boys and Girls
Can’t turn you loose Otis Redding Very best of
Thank you Deane House & River Cafe Todays Guests – Whitehorse New album I’m not crying You’re Crying
Building a Mystery (live) Sarah McLachlan Live Acoustic EP
You going to make me lonesome when you go Barney Bentall (and Valentino Trapini) Cosmic Dreamer
Pay it no mind Sarah Jarosz World on the ground
Don’t Stop Fleetwood Mac Rumours
That’s what love will make you do Marc Broussard/Joe Bonamassa SOS 4: Blues for your soul
Snow Bank The 50/50 Draw (to Feb 2) Whitehorse Guests today Bring a new album
After Midnight JJ Cale Naturally
Runaway soul (live) Ruthie Foster Live at Antone’s
Backdoor Man The Doors The Doors
Coming up Snarky Puppy and Whitehorse Interview
Tio Macaco Snarky Puppy We like it here
Mulligan Stew Van Morrison starts Hour Two check out our 50/50 draw by Feb 2
Coming UP – Whitehouse Interview with Melissa and Luke New Album I’m not crying You’re crying
Stormy Monday / Lonely Avenue Van Morrison Rolling with the Punches
Wrap it up Kurt Elling/Charlie Hunter/Nate Smith Guilty Pleasures EP
I can’t give everything away Spoon single
This is The Stew with TDMulligan
Going down to sing in Texas Iris Dement Working on a World
Coyotes Banff Thank You Supporting CKUA for 25 years
Promised Land Chuck Berry Best of
Pride (in the name of love) U2 Songs of Surrender
Whitehorse Interview Luke Doucet-Melissa McClelland I’m not crying You’re crying
Division 5 Whitehorse I’m not crying You’re crying
Whitehorse Interview Complete Interview on MulliganStew Podcast and tdm youtube channel
If the loneliness don’t kill me Whitehorse I’m not crying You’re crying
Luke Doucet and Melissa McClelland Whitehorse I’m not crying You’re crying
Lock it Down Whitehorse I’m not crying You’re crying
Whitehorse Interview Complete interview on MulliganStew Podcast and tdm YouTube Channel
The Road Whitehorse I’m not crying You’re crying

Mulligan Stew Jan 21st 2023- We play the music for our dear friend David Ward!!


We play the music for our dear friend David Ward!!

(and remember David Crosby)

The photo  above is of David, Allison Brock and myself hosting Wide Cut Stew at Coyotes in Banff.

Below is of David and I creating a live Mulligan Stew from several Fundraisers ago. It’s in the Calgary Studio. As of Saturday it will be called the David Ward Production Studio. Our thoughts are with his family.

We start this Jan 21 edition of The Stew with Aretha Franklin Live in Paris…a song and a moment that sparks the listener with joy, happiness, and the weight of her loss.

She’s actually singing about herself and her marriage “liar and a cheat..never know why I let you do these things to me”


  • New Springsteen
  • Keb Mo
  • Leon Russell
  • Dr John and Lukas Nelson
  • Tower of Power
  • Colin James
  • The National with Bob Weir (live)
  • Paul Simon (live)
  • Leonard Cohen (live)

New music from:

  • Artic Monkeys
  • Dan Mangan
  • King of Foxes
  • Julianna Riolino
  • Ariel Posen



Brandi Carlisle

John Hammond and Tom Waits

Blue Rodeo

Jimi Hendrix – He recorded All along the Watchtower on Jan 21, 1972


David Crosby and Graham Nash  –  a demo of Deja Vu


Mulligan Stew – Year 27 The Stew – in Honour of David Ward TDMulligan
Never loved a man. The way I love you (live) Aretha Franklin Aretha in Paris
Don’t play that song (live) Bruce Springsteen Only the strong survive
Lone Ranger Julianna Riolino All Blue
Road of Love Keb Mo Muscle Shoals. Small town. Big sound
Coyotes Banff Just won best breakfast menu – Banff
A song for you Leon Russell Leon Russell
I walk on guilded splinters Dr John – Lukas Nelson (OTReal) Things happen that way
Little Words Watch House Such a Jubilee
CKUA The Stew with TDM @tdmulligan
Call me the breeze (live) Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers Live at the Fillmore
Helpless (live) The Band with Neil Young The Last Waltz
The Stew TDM don’t forget 5050
219 John Hammond (Tom Waits) Wicked Grin
The Stew Year 27 A large Welcome to you
The Joke Brandi Carlisle By the way, I forgive you
DeJa Vu (Demo) David Crosby and Graham Nash DeJa Vu  (50th Anniversary)
This is Mulligan Stew  Remembering David Ward
Knock yourself out Tower of Power East Bay Grease
Can’t you see what you’re doing to me Colin James Open Road
I know you rider (live) The National with Bob Weir Day of the Dead
Deane House River Cafe Thank you
I think about you Blue Rodeo Many a Mile
Seven Years King of Foxes Twilight of the Empire
in your corner Dan Mangan Being Somewhere
Perfect Sense Artic Monkeys The Car
The Stew Coming UP Paul Simon. Leonard Cohen Drifters
Thunder Island Jay Ferguson Thunder Island
The Boxer (live) Paul Simon – Jesse Dixon Singers and Urubamba Live Rhymin’
Mulligan Stew please sent requests to –
save the last dance the Drifters best of
save the last dance (live) Leonard Cohen Live in Dublin
The Stew TDM
All along the Watchtower Jimi Hendrix Electric Ladyland
Boogie Bot Ariel Posen Mile End 2