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EP 203 | Treve RIng Pours Prosecco

The podcast feature guest is  Wine Judge and Writer Treve Ring pouring 8 Prosecco’s from the legendary Conegliano Valdobbiadene region of Italy. The amazing Treve Ring is a wine writer and editor, judge and speaker, and perpetual traveler. A certified sommelier, WSET diploma holder, French wine scholar, instructor, and Sherry instructor, Treve is based in Victoria,   though is most often found...

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Mulligan Stew April 16th 2022-Remembering Eddie Cochran

Because we’re all going to be doing a LOT of talking over the next bunch of days – I thought I’d just lay out two hours of tunes and get out of the way. Along the way, I’m celebrating the birthdays of Roy Hamilton 1929 Dusty Springfield 1939 Peter Garrett (mid oil) 1953 Celebrate Chuck...

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April 16th, 2022- First pour of BC Wines In Vancouver –  OK Falls/Skaha Lake (Part One)

First pour of BC Wines In Vancouver –  OK Falls/Skaha Lake (Part One)     THE SHOW   It was quite a gathering. For the first time in over two years BC wines were being poured in Vancouver to a roomful of media, trade, and later in the day wine fans. 13 wineries from The...

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EP 202 | Duke Robillard

  Duke Robillard. He’s blues royalty. Name and all. With his 37th album, They called it Rhythm and Blues on Stony Plain Records he’s come full circle back to where his heart lives. Jump Blues. It’s the uplifting jazz, blues, And gospel music that got people through the end of WW2 and handed off to...

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Mulligan Stew April 9th 2022- R&B Royalty in the House. Duke Robillard guests on The Stew

He may have lost count but Duke “thinks” it’s his 37th album. Judging from the reaction to They Called it Rhythm and Blues it may be his biggest hit yet. Exec Produced by Holger Petersen. On Stony Plain Records Right after the dark years of WW2 The World needed a spiritual lift. For 10 short...

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April 9th, 2022 Leslie d’Andrea: OK Falls pours in Vancouver/The Wine Diva: Budget Bottles under $17

Leslie d’Andrea: OK Falls pour in Vancouver-Wednesday/The Wine Diva: Budget Bottles 2022 (under $17) THE SHOW It was the first regular Spring Release notice that I’ve seen in a couple of years. Made my heart jump! “The Heart of Wine Country Okanagan Falls/Skaha Lake Spring Release 2022. Terminal City Club Wednesday, April 13   6:30-8:30 PM”...

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EP 201 | Valerie June

“Call Me a Fool” is up for best American roots song because there’s no category for most transcendent modern soul ballad that feels like foundational gospel. For people who love Motown and the Alabama Shakes, Adele and Al Green, there’s Valerie June. For anyone who loves music, there’s Valerie June. Boston Herald There’s only one Valerie...

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April 2nd, 2022 -Okanagan Crush Pad. Christine Coletta & Darryl Brooker/ Modest Wines releases  with Jeff Hundertmark  

Okanagan Crush Pad. Christine Coletta & Darryl Brooker/ Modest Wines releases  with Jeff Hundertmark    THE SHOW A press release arrived this week: Seasoned veteran Darryl Brooker returns to the industry he is passionate about to lead dynamic growth plans set in motion by Okanagan Crush Pad founders Christine Coletta and Steve Lornie who view...

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Mulligan Stew April 2nd 2022- Special Guest Valerie June

It’s the first Stew of April 2022. Let’s set the table. The very special interview guest to finish off the show is Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter/visionary Valerie June. A Tennessee singer who mixes blues, gospel, and very modern soul. Her latest album release is The Moon and Stars. She and Carla Thomas are nominated in Best American Roots Song...

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EP 200 | Joni Mitchell From The Archives

Episode #200 – it’s a blur but I think captures what the times were like during a pandemic. The role that music played in getting people through. Joni and I shared a band house in Regina. For 10 days.  Maybe 1966. Then we reconnected when I hosted the first Greenpeace concert that Joni headlined in...

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