RAW Interviews

Mulligan Stew September 19th 2015-Chris Hadfield Interview!


Chris talks about life in Space and what importance the Earth outside the windows holds to them.
Interesting answer to the question..Is there life in the Universe?
Phone calls from Neil Young and William Shatner.
Chris talks about how he got the song demos recorded while floating in zero gravity and new career on the Earth..
Chris has some book signings and speaking engagements in Alberta

Author. Musician. Colonel Chris Hadfield has become a worldwide sensation since becoming the first and only Canadian to ever command a spaceship. As a pioneer of many historic ‘firsts’, Colonel Hadfield captivates  with his vivid, thought-provoking and refreshing insights from his internationally bestselling book, An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth and now a new album Space Sessions:  Songs from a Tin Can. Most of the music was conceived while spinning around the Earth in the International Space Station. 

He already has one “hit” David Bowie’s   Space Oddity.

Alberta Appearances –

Oct 1  Banff
Oct 23 Jasper
Oct 25 St. Albert The Arden. Two shows


Welcome to Mulligan Stew Playlist – Mulliganstew.ca Special Guest Chris Hadfield
The Hurt Colin Linden Rich in Love
Tell Mama Etta James Her Best – Chess 50th Anniversary
Ths is Mulliigan Stew @ ckua Playlist – Mulliganstew.ca Special Guest Chris Hadfield
Fat man in the Bathtub Little Feat Extended versions
Don’t forget your hat Mark Knopfler Privateering
This is Mulligan Stew Playlist www.mulliganstew.ca Coming UP – Stones. Dylan.Lovett.Jimi.Elton John
Lawless Times John mellencamp Plain Spoken
Where I Belong Allan Doyle Alan Doyle
Harbour of Love Jim Byrnes I hear the wind in the Wires
White boy lost in the Blues Lyle Lovett Release me
Gotta Serve Somebody Shitely Caesar Masked and Anonymous
So Youngf The Rolling Stones Some Girls (deluxe)
Petrol Blues The Rolling Stones Some Girls (deluxe)
This is Mulligan Stew Playlist www.mulliganstew.ca Chris Hadfield in 30 minutes
Cold Irons Bound (new version) Bob Dylan Masked and Anonymous
Detriot 67 Sam Roberts Band iTunes live from Montreal
wait until tomorrow Jimi Hendrix Rainy Day Dream Away
This is Mulligan Stew Chris Hadfield RAW interview mulliganstew.ca
Rose Coloured Glasses (live) Blue Rodeo Live at Massey Hall
Train in Vain Annie Lennox Medusa
Mis-Treater Boogie Blues Los Lobos Gates of Gold
This is Mulligan Stew Coming UP Chris Hadfield – Astronaut and Singer/Songwriter
Chris Hadfield Interview Space Sessions: Songs from a Tin Can
So Easy Chris Hadfield Space Sessions: Songs from a Tin Can
Chris Hadfield Interview RAW at www.mulliganstew.ca
Space Oddity Chris Hadfield Space Sessions: Songs from a Tin Can
Chris Hadfield Interview The Raw Interview at www.mulliganstew.ca
Beyond the terra Space Sessions: Songs from a Tin Can
Rocket Man Elton John Honky Chateau

Mulligan Stew September 12th 2015-Rita Coolidge-David Gogo Interviews


ritaThis week Terry’s special guest will be a member of Rock Royalty, Rita Coolidge.
Hear stories of Joe Cocker, Eric Clapton, Steven Stills and Leon Russell. They discuss the difference between Aboriginal awards in the USA and Canada. Find out about her beloved Mama Stewart, from whom she got her music and Cherokee Blood. It’s a living history of a time and place – the 70s – that was rich in talent and social change.

Dave gogo live at RoundHouse Radio
Playing 3 tunes including highway 61
First time we’ve used Live From RailTown radio on ckua…
David Gogo (@DavidGogoBlues)
2 Upcoming AB dates Oct. 1 Calgary Oct 3 Edmonton Oct. 4 Red Deer !

The Delta Lady today, 5-7pm MDT

Alberta Dates:

  • Friday Sept 18 – Calgary Folk Club (Dalhousie Community Centre)
  • Saturday Sept 19 – Sherwood Park (Festival Place)
  • Sunday Sept 20 –  Banff Center (Eric Harvie Theatre)
  • Monday Sept 21 – Banff Centre (Rice Studio: Banff Centre Talks Series)



Mulligan Stew Sept 12 Playlist www..mulliganstew.ca David GOGO next
David GoGo Interview Live from Roundhouse Radio New LP Vicksburg Call
Cuts me to the Bone (live) Live from Roundhouse Radio New LP Vicksburg Call
David GoGo Interview with Terry David Mulligan
Foolin Myself (live) Live from Roundhouse Radio New LP Vicksburg Call
Dave Gogo – The Man speaks
What’s not to like(liive) David GoGo Live in Vancouver
David GoGo Interview Dave plays Al Collins. Al King. BB. Stevie Ray Live in Vancouver
Highway 61 (live) David GoGo. Live at RoundHouse radio Vancouver
I’m losing you The Temptations Hitsville
This is Mulligan Stew on CKUA Radio Rita Coolidge Interview at 6:30 tonight playlist www.mulliganstew.ca
Jonah and the Whale Mike Ferris Shine for all the people
Down in the Flood Derek Trucks Band Already Free
Alison Elvis Costello Very best 77-86
This is Mulligan Stew on CKUA Radio www.canadahouse.com coming UP Rita Coolidge Interview
Rocking at Midnight The Honeydrippers Vol 1
Little Red Rooster (live) The Rolling Stones with Eric Clapton Flashpoint
Chain of Fools Aretha Franklin Best of
This is Mulligan Stew on CKUA Radio with Terry David Mulligan in 30 minutes Rita Coolidge Interview
Jack Johnson (live) Angel/Better Together (live) En Concert – Bonus Tracks
Open al; night (live) Bruce Springsteen (live) Live in Dublin
Pay me my money down (live) Bruce Springsteen and the Sessions Band (live) Live in Dublin
This is Mulligan Stew on CKUA Radio www.coyotesbanff.com
today today today James Taylor Before this World
Someday Los Lobos and Mavis Staples The Ride
Coming up NEXT Rita Coolidge Interview playlist www.mulliganstew.ca
Rita Coolidge Interview Fri in Calgary. Sat in Edmonton. Sunday in banff
Space Captain (live) Joe Cocker. Mad Dogs and Englishmen Live at the Filmore East & 20 Feet from Stardom
Rita Coolidge Interview with Terry David Mulligan RAW interview at Mulliganstew.ca
She came in thru the bathroom window (live) Joe Cocker. Mad Dogs and Englishmen live at the Filmore East
Rita Coolidge Interview with Terry David Mulligan RAW interview at Mulliganstew.ca
Only you know and I know (live) Delaney and Bonnie with Eric Clapton On tour with Eric Clapton
Rita Coolidge Interview with Terry David Mulligan RAW interview at www.mulliganstew.ca
We’re all alone Rita Coolidge Interview at 6:30 tonight Best of
Superstar (live) Rita Coolidge and Joe Cocker Live at the Filmore East

Lisa Fischer RAW Interview


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Lisa Fischer is a singer who really gets around. Her life is an endless round of planes, trains, and automobiles, rehearsals and fittings. On tour with the Rolling Stones, Sting, Chris Botti or Nine Inch Nails, her name may not be on the marquee, but she doesn’t care. She’s busy loving every minute of it. It’s easy to see why she works all the time: her astonishing range, her spot-on intonation, her mastery of the stage, the way her tone wraps itself around your heart and won’t let go, the infectious quality of her time feel: these things keep her on top of the list. But it’s the sweetness of her smile, her visible pleasure in watching her bandmates do their stuff, her glamorous-girl-next-door quality that make fans all over the world think she’s their own secret discovery (despite the fact that the YouTube version of her duet with Mick Jagger on ‘Gimme Shelter’ has millions of hits).
The rest of her resume is pretty impressive too: touring, recording, and music making with Tina Turner, Chaka Khan, Beyonce, Dionne Warwick, Dolly Parton, Bobby McFerrin, Alicia Keyes, Lou Reed, Louie Vega, Aretha Franklin, John Scofield, George Benson, Laurie Anderson, Lee Ritenour, Jackie Evancho (and many others). Along with many other top session and backup singers like Darlene Love, Merry Clayton, Patti Austin, and Judith Hill, “the greatest artists you’ve never heard of” (but whose voices are instantly recognizable), she’s featured in Morgan Neville’s Oscar and Grammy-winning 2013 documentary Twenty Feet from Stardom. In the wake of the movie’s critical and popular success, opportunities abound. Lisa’s been recruited for new studio projects including Billy Childs’ long-awaited Laura Nyro tribute. Lisa, Darlene, Merry, and Judith sang the National Anthem at the 2014 Rose Bowl. And Lisa’s putting together a brand new band to explore some uncharted territory. She’s on to a new leg of the journey, destination unknown.
When Lisa Fischer won her Grammy for Best Female R&B Performance for her hit single “How Can I Ease the Pain,” in an unlikely tie with Patti LaBelle, she almost missed the chance to take the stage and accept her award. Thrilled and amazed to get the nomination, Lisa heard Patti LaBelle’s name announced and started clapping so hard that she didn’t hear her own name called. Onstage, the two singers hugged and swayed together, caught up in the moment. Because Lisa Fischer didn’t just win a Grammy for her first solo single; she was also one of the backup singers on Ms. LaBelle’s award-winning song ‘Burnin.’
The first person Lisa thanked onstage that night was Luther Vandross. Lisa was a Marvellete when she first auditioned for Luther, who was to become her employer, her mentor, and her champion. She is honored to carry on his legacy, striving for excellence, taking care of business, getting up early, staying up late, showing up on time, letting the music take control, singing her heart out, night after night.

Tom Cochrane Interview – 2014



Thomas William Cochrane was born in Lynn Lake, Manitoba, Canada, on May 14, 1953.
His father, Tuck Cochrane, wasn’t just  a bush pilot. He was a flying/exploring legend in Northern Manitoba.
At the age of 11, Tom sold his toy train set…and bought his first guitar!
By the early 1970′s, Tom was performing in coffee houses all across Canada.
Next, he was on the road to Los Angeles, where Cochrane took a job writing original songs for the movies…but unable to find steady money in music…he headed to Toronto, where he drove a taxi. He also found work on cruise ships…hoping to return to music.
After meeting at the “El Mocambo Tavern,” in 1978, Tom Cochrane joined “Red Rider.” He would be the lead singer, and main song writer, for more than 10 years.
Red Rider was also: Ken Greer, Jeff Jones, Peter Boynton and Rob Baker. By 1986, they were “Tom Cochrane & Red Rider.”
TDM and Tom Cochrane-AfricaTDM invited Tom to join him on a World Vision Tour of Somalia, Mozambique  and other war torn countries in Africa. It changed both their lives.
Tom Cochrane would launch his solo career in 1991, with “Life Is A Highway” (#6/1992).
The “Mad, Mad World” album (seen at the top of the story) would sell 6 million copies!
The albums “Ragged Ass Road,” “Songs Of A Circling Spirit,” “X-Ray Sierra” and “No Stranger” would follow.
He and wife Kathleen have 2 daughters, Cody and Evanne. They live in Oakville, Ontario. In the winter, the  Cochranes spend time at his home outside of Austin, Texas.
Tom Cochrane has earned many awards over the years, both for his music and charity work. He has won 7 “Juno” awards, is a member of the “Canadian Music Hall Of Fame,” and officer of the “Order Of Canada,” is an honorary Colonel in the “Royal Canadian Air Force,” and a 2009 inductee onto the “Canadian Walk Of Fame,” among other recognition.
He continues to tour, packing in the crowds, across Canada.
He plays Grey Eagle Resort in Calgary  Feb 20.
Tom’s first Lp in years has just been released..it’s called Take it Home..
We talk his new music, being a Canadian living in Texas, why Austin and not Nashville, why Canadian artists over the years have been able to capture the soul of the American south.

TDM- Discusses Beginning in Radio – Interview 1988


Radio and television personality Terry David Mulligan talks about his early struggles getting into radio. This excerpt was from the television program Conversation filmed in 1988. The interviewer was Lawrence Crosthwaite. The show was directed and produced by John Richardson.

Ziggy Marley Interview


Listen HERE:  Ziggy Marley Interview with TDM
For Ziggy Marley, his latest vehicle of expression the album Fly Rasta, represented a galactic sonic journey .
The trip began in early 2013 with a handwritten note by the six-time Grammy Award winner (with his most recent being the 2014 Best Reggae Album Grammy for Ziggy Marley In Concert).  He sat in his home recording studio, took out a scrap of paper, and began to think about what would become his fifth solo studio album.
The concept was simple: make a record that was true to himself, and expanded the territories of the traditional reggae sound by exploring new musical spaces.   He had brought strands of other genres into his previous albums, but now he was looking further into the musical universe, like the deep-space eye of the Hubble telescope.
Ziggy began work in Spring 2013 and enlisted producer Dave Cooley to join him on the adventure.  Recording began shortly thereafter with the help of friends old and new, including The Melody Makers (sisters Cedella Marley and Sharon Marley, and singer Rica Newell); drummers Stephen Ferrone (Tom Petty), Brian MacLeod (Sheryl Crow), Rock Deadrick (Ben Harper) and Motown’s legendary James Gadson; guitarists Lyle Workman (Sara Bareilles), Takeshi Akimoto (Taj Mahal) and Ian “Beezy” Coleman (Burning Spear); bassists Dave Wilder (Norah Jones), Guy Erez (Karmina), Abraham Laboriel (Paul Simon) and Pablo Stennett (Willie Nelson); and keyboardists Zac Rae (Lana Del Ray), David Palmer (Goo Goo Dolls), George Hughes (Sarah Vaughan), Mike Hyde (Burning Spear) and Brian LeBarton (Beck).FlyRasta
Fly Rasta, scheduled for release April 14,  fulfills Ziggy’s mission by marrying his own distinctive reggae sound with elements of psychedelica, rock, funk, soul and pop, exploring further musical zones with the addition of sitar, tabla and taiko drums.  “I’m looking to push the envelope, to challenge myself,” Ziggy explains.  “ I have always wanted to travel far beyond the realms of expectations.

Lyle Lovett Interview Sept 2014


Lyle Lovett – who passes through Calgary and Edmonton Mon/Tuesday with his acoustic group takes time to phone in.
We’re talking about how he interviewed Texas songwriters in college as part of his studies and gleaned the best info about writing to use in his own career.
That his latest Release Me is his last on Curb Records and what happens next.
A nice story about his set lists and the value of creative freedom.
A little bit about his acting (currently plays Monte P Flagman in The Bridge TV Series.
The last time he toured just Canada..ended up in a small church in Revelstoke..  
Working with kd lang and chasing her down the street in Edmonton.
What’s next..music to watch for down the road.
Listen Here:  Lyle Lovett & TDM Sept 2014