Iconic Canadian broadcaster Terry David Mulligan has conducted some truly memorable interviews over the span of his 50 year career. The Mulligan Stew podcast features some of Terry's best interviews, past and present. Expect intimate and engaging conversations with compelling characters from the world of music, film, wine, food and beyond.
Kímmapiiyipitssini: The Meaning of Empathy
Elle–Máijá Tailfeathers’ film witnesses radical and profound change in her community. Kímmapiiyipitssini: The Meaning of Empathy is an intimate portrait of survival, love, and the collective work of healing in the Kainai First Nation in Southern Alberta, a Blackfoot community facing the impacts of substance use and a drug-poisoning epidemic.
For some artists that’s an eternity. For Martha it's called “having a life”.
The life included the breakup of her marriage. Fighting for custody of her children. Opening a bistro that became a studio. Having to justify being a female artist who’s also a mother.
The album is called Love will be reborn which is exactly what happened to Martha. The songs that followed the writing of the title track reflect exactly what happened in the 5 years between releases.
Silver Cup is David Gogo’s 16th full album ...
Feels like he’s shifted gear on his 59 Mustang.
Gone are the amps and electric guitars.
This is a roost, acoustic GoGo but pushed by producer Steve Mariner and great session players.
Silver Cup is released October 7th and Dave will guest on Mulligan Stew CKUA Radio Saturday, October 8th.
This is an advance listen and Dave’s tales to how the album got done during the lockdown. The stories behind the songs and the tour dates.
Ed Robertson Talks New BNL album Detour de Force
The Barenaked Ladies 16th album is called Detour de Force. More wordplay from a band that majors in it. Right?
I knew this album would be different when I saw a track written by bassist Jim Creegan called Paul Chambers. Who writes a pop song about a legendary bass player (Kind of Blue) as a metaphor?
Ed himself wrote the amazing Live Well, a song about his childhood filled with his Father’s alcohol abuse and how he overcame the trauma.
Remembering Charlie Watts and The Last Waltz. Plus I Name is Suzie Ungerleider
Before we shared memories of The Band we talked about the passing of Charlie Watts. Legendary drummer for The Rolling Stones. His effect of The Stones and on us is remarkable considering how quiet and gentle he was. As large and loud as all The Rolling Stones were, it was Charlie that held it all together, on stage and off.
So..we start this Podcast by remembering Charlie Watts, then The Band, and celebrating Suzie Ungerleider. Busy week.
Vince Ditrich - The Liquor Vicar
Vince Ditrich has been a pal for many years. Lives in the neighborhood but we spend 20 years bumping into each other. Me as a broadcaster and VJ. Vince as the drummer of the legendary Celtic/punk band Spirit of the West. SOTW is no more. They lost their leader, the brilliant John Mann to Alzheimer’s. Here’s to you John.