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






EP 248 | An Interview with Dan Mangan


Our Special Guest on Episode 248  is Dan Mangan.

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 really get to talk during our Juno special because we were busy with all our other guests.

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

This interview is the complete conversation.

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 the Terry David Mulligan YouTube channel.


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

March 25th, 2023- Osoyoos LaRose/The Wait is Over with Winemaker Michael Kullmann


Osoyoos LaRose Winemaker – Michael Kullmann/The wait is over.


Many press releases cross my screen. This one caught my eye and imagination.

Osoyoos Larose is a Bordeaux winery in the Okanagan. The owner Groupe Taillan,  is a major producer of wines in Bordeaux.

They produce around 12,000 cases at Osoyoos Larose and  most of it finds its way to Eastern Canada.

For the first time, Osoyoos Larose is offering its wines direct-to-consumer, via a new winery membership subscription list.

Michael in cellar

What this means is that wine lovers in BC and Alberta can now join “La Maison Osoyoos Larose” to receive library wines from Osoyoos Larose, large format bottlings, and early access to new releases. You can find more details about it here: https://lamaisonosoyooslarose.com/

For those that know the wines, this is pretty big news.

After 20 years of public queries, wine fans  will be excited for this chance to buy Osoyoos Larose wines.

Our guest for this  entire Tasting Room is the winemaker and COO  Michael Kullmann.


Michael Kullmann

Michael was  born in London and has a master of science degree from a Bordeaux university and experience at two Bordeaux wineries.

He became the vineyard manager at Osoyoos Larose in April, 2019, and took over managing the winery and making wine in January 2022.

We’re going to taste and talk about

Osoyoos Larose Le Grand Vin 2019 and 2020.

Plus a classic library release from  2009

Dark ripe black currents, plum, blueberries and  cherries on the nose

Palate gifts you dark chocolate, spice, saddle and those same dark fruits from the nose.

Some weeks  Tasting Room Radio has many voices telling the stories. Because this is such a special wine,  winery and winemaker, there’s only one story and one storyteller – Osoyoos Larose and Michael Kullmann.



Harry Hertscheg – VanWineFest

The first  Barnyard Natural Wine Festival (Victoria)

Lt. Governors Awards

News releases from


Mt Boucherie


Moon Curser

Update on Okanagan Wine Festivals

New releases from IVSA

EP 247 | The Juno Couch Recap


Juno Couch:  a luxurious seating area where artists may gather during Juno Weekend and exchange opinions, questions and minor insults. All for the entertainment of music fans everywhere. Music can also be played from the stage conveniently located right next to the Couches.

Just for the record, the Juno Couch only happens when the awards are hosted in Alberta. It’s been co-hosted by Jim Cuddy of Blue Rodeo – except for this year.

Year one was in the bar lobby of the Hotel MacDonald, Year two was in a restaurant at the base of the Calgary Tower and Year Three was on the streets of Calgary.

Just over a week ago, Edmonton hosted the Junos Awards. Right across the street from the Juno home base was CKUA Radio.

A perfect home for the Juno Couch because we already had two couches and a performance area.

Jim Cuddy was playing Juno Cup hockey to raise funds for Music Counts—Canada’s music education charity.

Jim made a guest appearance from the rink via The Net.

My co-hosts this year were Tom Wilson (Blackie and the Rodeo Kings) and Dan Mangan.

Guests include

  • Angelique Francis
  • Digging Roots
  • Shawn Hall (The Harp and Axe)
  • Jon Dore
  • Shakura S’Aida
  • The Weather Station
  • Marc Jordan and Amy Sky
  • CKUA Hosts
  • Holger Petersen
  • Cam Hayden
  • Kate Stevens
  • Marek Tyler
  • Grant Stovel
  • Kerry Clarke

This podcast is an edited combination of guest comments over the two-hour show. Best exchanges on the day!

Please enjoy!

And thank you all.

Guests, crew,  staff, volunteers, Vintage West, Rigoletto.

March 18th. 2023- Guests – Davin De Kergommeaux, and distillery co-founder James Lester


Guests – Davin De Kergommeaux (author/whisky specialist) and distillery co-founder James Lester

Davin De Kergommeaux – Author &  Whisky Specialist

DAVIN DE KERGOMMEAUX is an independent expert who has been writing, talking and teaching about whisky in all its forms and flavours for two decades.


He is the world’s leading authority on Canadian whisky and has been called “Canada’s unofficial whisky ambassador” as well as being named one of the most influential Canadians in Food and Drink by The Globe and Mail in 2016. Davin is the founder and chairperson of the prestigious Canadian Whisky Awards!

James Lester –  co-founder Sons of Vancouver Distillery

Jenna Diubaldo  Richard Klaus James Lester

Sons of Vancouver is a small distillery on Vancouver’s North Shore. It was born out of a young, foolhardy desire to follow passions and contribute to a growing community of independent distillers. Best known for the ever-popular No. 82 amaretto, the distillery is now running a growing whisky program and is very excited to bring super flavourful rye whiskies to the Canadian market.

Sons of Vancouver has shifted into whisky-making in a big way, with the goal of changing the standard for rye whisky in Canada. After becoming the first craft distillery to winCanadian Whisky of the Year’ at the 2023 Canadian Whisky Awards, achieving this goal never seemed so possible.

They lead with big flavours, and high-rye expressions, and prefer to bottle their whiskies at barrel-proof. By allowing the whisky itself to guide the blend, each bottling is unique and provides an outlet to highlight the many facets of rye grain achieved through fermentation, distillation, and maturation.

Currently, they release whisky in limited quantities, 2 to 3 times per year. In the very near future, Sons of Vancouver will have whisky on shelves much more often. Until then, sign up for their whisky mailing list to keep current on new whisky releases, tasting events, and more!

Watch out for these releases:

Summer Road Trip Across the Mid West

Marshmallows over a Campfire

Cigarettes on a Leather Jacket


‘2023 Canadian Whisky of the Year – Canadian Whisky Awards

The 3rd limited-release whisky from Sons of Vancouver Distillery, this 100% rye whisky was aged in used American oak, blended and transferred into bourbon barrels, and finally, rested in Virgin Islands rum casks. The rum undertones provide breezy tropical vibes that complement the natural rye spice perfectly.

The nose hits with pit-roasted pineapple and vanilla cigarillo, continuing with pine humidor and under-ripe banana on the palate. It finishes with allspice and demerara sugar, leaving you dreaming of daiquiris on the beach.

One of the founding owners of SOV, James Lester  started the distillery alongside best friend Richard Klaus and partner Jenna Diubaldo



Best of all they also run a 5-day Whisky making school.

Details at https://sonsofvancouver.ca/





Van Wine Festival

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New releases from


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Moon Curser


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!



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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


March 11th, 2023- Okanagan Crush Pad becomes Haywire Wines. Guest is Christine Coletta.


Headline – Okanagan Crush Pad becomes Haywire Wines. Guest is Christine Coletta.



Tasting Room Radio began in 2007 in a studio in a barn on the Naramata Bench.

I announced to myself and the audience that I had a lot to learn but each interview and tasting would take me closer to the promised land.

One of the very first interview friends I made was Christine Coletta who had just launched Okanagan Crush Pad with her husband Steve Lornie.

Christine Coletta


I knew of Chris because of her leadership at Coletta and Associates.   Her specialty was to market new and established wines to an ever-growing base of wine fans. The wineries needed a voice to speak for them. Christine was that voice.

In our first interviews, Christine talked about Okanagan Crush Pad and the need for small Indy wineries to have a facility to access when harvest came. It was a huge success and much-needed in the Okanagan.

At the same time, Chris and Steve (and their wine friends) started to groom, plant, and plan for their own wines under the Haywire label starting with the Switchback Vineyard in Summerland. Certified Organic in 2015.

The first 6 concrete tanks arrived in 2011 well ahead of the concrete “movement” in the valley.

Pinot Noir, Gamay, Pinot Gris, and Chardonnay love the Okanagan soil and the concrete allows them to be the lively & vibrant style of wine the Haywire team aims to make. Key to the popularity of Haywire wines is the winemaker Matt Dumayne.

Matt and Christine

So, now we come to 2023 and lots of changes at Okanagan Crush Pad.

First, the name is now changed to Haywire. The look of the Haywire release has changed as well… New labels and colors.

A modern tasting room has been constructed right next door to the crush pad and the cellar.

The Haywire winemaking facility is also the home for other unique wine labels that found a place at Okanagan Crush Pad.

Free Form, Narrative, Bizou & Yukon, and the new Garnet Valley Ranch. (more on Garnet Valley  later)

While it was great talking to Chris about the name changes and new facility at Haywire it also gave us an opportunity to do what we most love doing…tasting and talking about new Haywire releases.  Here’s the line-up!!

  • 2021 Haywire Pink Bub
  • 2021 Haywire Switchback Pinot Gris
  • 2021 Haywire Chardonnay 2021 Haywire Gamay Rosé
  • 2021 Haywire Gamay          
  • 2021 Haywire Pinot Noir


Check out the new Haywire website – for all the experiences available.




Sons of Vancouver/Davin De Kergommeaux

Van Wine Festival

Lt. Governors Awards

New releases from


Mt Boucherie

Moon Curser




EP 246 | Oscar picks from Movie Television


The Oscar Awards are always one of the stand-out events of any year!

This year is no exception.  It is, after all,  the year following

The Slap!!

The Oscars take place Sunday, March 12 Live from the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood.

For many delightful years, I was the co-host and then the  host of Movie Television for CityTV.

The key to the success of MT across Canada and around the World was the support staff. We talked film 24-7.

That’s what I wanted to recapture with this Episode of The  Mulligan Stew Podcast.

Film fans and film friends just riffing thoughts and calling out the possible winner of various awards.


Supporting actor/actress



Adapted Screenplay

Film of the year


Our guests and my dear friends are –

Lorraine Clark – Associate Producer

Alfred Tonna – Post Production Director & Segment Producer.

Dan Duford – Producer.


Between we four, we have visited 100’s of film sets capturing the inside story of the film and 1000’s of media junket interviews with the stars.


Have a listen and see if you agree.

and check out the Video Version of this Oscar session. On terrydavidmulligan YouTube Channel


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