Mulligan Stew

Mulligan Stew March 2nd 2024 – Feels like a celebration – for Jeff Healey & March!


It’s just a first step into another month but the possibilities are endless.

Warmth, Spring, longer days, lighter brighter footwear,  all things going green.

The Stew brings two hours of the promise  of March

And a remembrance of Jeff Healey, who died March 2, 2008. The day he lost his battle with cancer.

Blind almost at birth,  Jeff learned the secrets of playing guitar when he decided to lay his guitar down on his lap and literally attack the strings with all fingers.

Our guest is Roger Costa who’s the co-administrator and archivist of the Estate of Jeff Healey.

Currently, he’s producing See the Light. The Jeff Healey Story.   All these years later,  still an amazing story.

We surround the brief interview with new music from Dan Mangan, Corb Lund, and former Carolina Chocolate Drops bandmates Dom Flemons and Rhiannon Giddens.

We start The Stew with All Over Now by Rod Stewart and Faces and 2 hours later finish The Stew with the same guys. Both tracks live and both on vinyl.

  • Art Bergmann
  • Lou Reed,
  • Taj Mahal
  • Tower of Power with Huey Lewis
  • Tedeschi Trucks
  • Bonnie Raitt
  • Paul Butterfield Blues Band,
  • Bob Marley and the Wailers
  • Robert Plant/Allison Krauss
  • Etta James
  • Humble Pie

Happy March ALL!



Mulligan Stew March 2 Terry David Mulligan Remembering Jeff Healey
All over now (live) Rod Stewart/Faces Live – Coast to Coast. Overture and Beginners
Come to Mama (live) Etta James Burnin’ down the House
Is this Love (live) Bob Marley and the Wailers Live Forever
Sleep on the floor Dan Mangan Single
The Stew March 2 TDMulligan Remembering Jeff Healey in Hour 2
El Viejo Corb Lund El Viejo
In Emerald Wyatt C Louis Chandler
Deane House River Cafe Thank you for your support
Another day in paradise Phil Collins But Seriously (2016 re-master)
A Hymn for us Art Bergmann – Russell Broome ShadowWalk
Quattro (worlds drift in) Robert Plant – Allison Krauss Raise the Roof
Walk on the wild side Lou Reed Transformer
Coming UP – The Joni Jam Live Mulligan Stew – Year 28 and we remember Jeff Healey
Both Sides Now (live) Joni Mitchell (Brandi Carlile) Joni Mitchell at Newport Folk Fest
Year 28 of Mulligan Stew [email protected] Remembering Jeff Healey this hour
In my own dreams The Paul Butterfield Blues band Golden Butter (Best of )
Georgia Drumbeat Dom Flemmons Prospect Hill
Ballad of Sally Ann Rhiannon Giddens My Black Country
Coming UP – Remembering Jeff Healey Playlist at Mulliganstewdotca
made up mind Tedeschi Trucks band Made up Mind
Made up Mind Bonnie Raitt Just like that
634-5789 Tower of Power and Huey Lewis Great American Song Book
Done changed my way of Living Taj Mahal The Natch’l Blues
Coyotes Banff Supporting CKUA for over 25 years NEXT – Jeff Healey
Jeff Healey Interview with Roger Costa – Director/Producer co-administrator of Estate
Hong Kong Blues Jeff Healey Last Call
Hiding out in the open Feist Multitudes
Find The Stew at CKUA On Demand Next – Humble Pie and Faces
Black Coffee Humble Pie Eat It
Jealous Guy (live) Rod Stewart & Faces Live Coast to Coast


Mulligan Stew Feb 24th 2024- Corb Lund and Wyatt C Louis Guest on a 90 minute Stew


Corby brings new, acoustic, live off the floor music in his new album El Viejo (The Old One) in memory and tribute to his pal Ian Tyson.

Corby says that this album may be his best yet.  I completely agree.

He brings memories of Ian and their time together.  Corb also shares his thoughts on how his audiences are different depending on where he’s playing and how the songs of Alberta and cowboy life are received in the rest of Canada, The US and Japan.

For El Viejo Corb and the Hurtin’ Albertans played live, letting the songs reveal themselves. It was all captured by CKUA Alumni Scott Franchuk.

Corby describes it as “organic”.

We talked about his name “is that the name of the band?”

Touched on  his time with The Smalls and how this music connects to those days. “half urban/indy and half cowboys/ranchers”

We touched on Hearts on Fire Michael Barclay’s book on “6 years that changed Canadian music” which in its promo mentioned cowboys who used to play speed metal. 

“the alt-country music in the late 90’s and 2000’s was littered with x-punks who suddenly discovered acoustic guitar.”

That’s Corb. The Poet Laureate of the Albertan people.

March 5 Corb is in Vancouver at The Orpheum

March 7 Grey Eagle Calgary

March 9 Midway Edmonton

March 22 Zankel Hall / Carnegie Hall NYC

May 28 Amsterdam

And multiple dates in Europe with The Dead South.

FYI – The MS Podcast is the whole conversation – it has some very interesting exchanges, opinions and storytelling.

And the video version can be seen and heard on the Terry david Mulligan YouTube Channel.

Hour Two in this week’s Stew is actually only 30 minutes long.

I’m going to be talking to singer/songwriter Wyatt C Louis.

Wyatt then takes the Cold Bones Stage at 6:30.

There is so much promise in his music and voice. His songs are thoughtful but best of all memorable.

The most interesting music I’ve heard in a while. See if you don’t agree.

Wyatt’s new album “Chandler” is released on May 24.  He’s touring with William Prince on

Monday, Feb 26 N/Jube

Tuesday, Feb 27 S/Jube

Wyatt is nehiyaw (Plains Cree)

From Montana First Nation in Maskwacis (Treaty 6 Territory)

By the way the C in Wyatt’s name is “Chandler” and thus the album title.



Mulligan Stew with TDM Guests Corb Lund & Wyatt C Louis CKUA at Cold Bones Festival
if i had a boat The Bros. Landreth Undercover Brothers
Made up mind Bonnie Raitt Just like that
Seven Spanish Angels (live) Allision Russell & Norah Jones Willie 90
It takes a lifetime Jason Isbell Something more than free
Cross your fingers The Black Crowes Happiness Bastards
Mulligan Stew – Guests are Corb Lund and Wyatt C Louis
Born on the Bayou (live) John Fogerty Premonition Live 97
Catch you on the other side The Immediate Family Skin in the Game
Medicine Hat Blackie and the Rodeo Kings King of the Town
Deane House – River Cafe Coming UP – Corb Lund New album El Viejo
Corb Lund Interview with Terry Mulligan The Stew CKUA
I had it all Corb Lund El Viejo
Corb Lund Interview complete interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast Video version on tdm YouTube Channel
Girl with a Stratocaster Corb Lund El Viejo
Corb Lund Interview complete interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast and tdm YouTube channel
El Viejo Corb Lund El Viejo
Corb Lund Interview with tdm complete interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast Video version on TDM YouTube Channel
The Game gets Hot Corb Lund El Viejo
Coming Up on The Stew Wyatt C Louis At Cold Bones Fest but first an interview
Busker’s Paradise (live) Markus K Live with Looper #2
A Love The Pretenders Relentless
Mystery Train The Band Moondog matinee
Use Me Bill Withers Still Bill
Coyotes Banff Coming UP – Wyatt C Louis Cold Bones Festival – Drumheller
if not for you (demo) George Harrison All things must pass – 50th ann.
Wyatt C Louis Interview Then he’s live on Stew/CKUA from Cold Bones fest Enjoy!!!

Mulligan Stew Feb 17th 2024-Special Guest Dominique Fils-Aime


One of Canada’s most promising artists is guesting on Mulligan Stew Saturday.

Dominque Fils-Aime makes music that sounds like no one else. A singular voice and craft.

She’s coming by to talk us through the latest album Our Roots Run Deep.

Nominated for a Vocal jazz Juno this year.

Wednesday night she was at The Arden. Thursday showcasing in   Los
Angeles and Saturday headlines Block Heater at Central United Church.

Her one-hour set will also be heard LIVE on CKUA starting at 8:55.

The complete interview can be heard on the Mulligan Stew Podcast and the video version on TerryDavidMulligan YouTube Channel.

FYI – On The Stew, we’ll celebrate this year’s Mardi Gras..which is just wrapping this weekend in New Orleans and for the first time anywhere the new single from Shawn Hall – Harpoonist. The song is Good People..which was part of our Juno Couch when he played a version of the song with Diggin’ Roots.



Mulligan Stew -TDMulligan Guest . Dominique Fils-Aime Our Roots Run Deep
Get out my life woman (live) Allan Toussaint Dear Jerry
Junko partner Dr John Dr. John’s Gumbo
The music of Mardi Gras Mulligan Stew Coming UP
Old time Indians Los Hombres Caliente Vol 4 – Vodou Dance
Jambalaya (live) Fats Domino Live at Tipatinas
Yellow Moon The Neville Brothers Uptown Rulin’. Best of
The Stew – TDM Guest in Hour Two Dominique Fils-Aime
Burn as bright Bahamas (weather station) I must be in a good place now
Tulsa Time California Honeydrops covers from The Cave
A little bit Madeleine Peyroux Half the perfect world
Deane House/River Cafe – On the Bow -NEXT Robert Plant and Alison Krauss X3 -The Stew
Searchin for my baby Robert Plant and Alison Krauss Raise the Roof
Fortune Teller Robert Plant and Alison Krauss Raising Sand
Can’t let go Robert Plant and Alison Krauss Raising Sand
Todays Guest – Dominique Fils-Aime Then Her Live concert at 8:55 Mtn Right here on CKUA
Good People Harpoonist /Shawn Hall single
End of the Line Dr. John – Aaron Neville Things happen that way
Soul Second Line Papa grows funk Shakin’
Coming up in Hour Two – our guest Dominique Fils-Aime Then at 855 she’s playing live on CKUA
Leave this house Colin James Open Road
Lonely Teardrops (live) Bruce Springsteen Songs under cover
Having a party (live) Nathaniel Rateliff and Pres. Hall Jazz Band Live at Red Rocks
The Weight (live) The Band The Last Waltz
Coyotes Banff – Supporting CKUA for 25 years NEXT – Dominique Fils-Aime Our Roots Run Deep
Dominique Fils-Aime Interview She’s live on CKUA tonight at 855 Our Roots Run Deep
To walk away Dominique Fils-Aime Our roots run deep
Dominique Fils-Aime Interview Live tonight on CKUA at 8:55 from Block Heater
Give me a reason Dominique Fils-Aime Our Roots Run Deep
Dominique Fils-Aime Interview Complete interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast and tdm YouTube channel
Our Roots Run Deep Dominique Fils-Aime Our roots run deep
Dominique Fils-Aime Interview Performs Live at 8:55 tonight on CKUA Complete Int. on Mulligan Stew Podcast
Cheers to new beginnings Dominique Fils-Aime Our roots run deep
Mulligan Stew Complete interview on TD You-Tube Channel Next week – Corb Lund
Everlong (acoustic) Foo Fighters Greatest Hits
With God on our side The Neville Brothers (Aaron) Yellow Moon

Mulligan Stew Feb 10th 2024-Special Guest Alan Doyle- New Album ‘Welcome Home’


Feb 9th Alan Doyle releases his next album Welcome Home

Feb 10 he guests on Mulligan Stew


“I have always struggled with the middle ground. I love playing live so much and I have rightly been accused of writing songs more for concerts than albums. Most people who come to my shows want that kind of night out. So, I have overlooked the lower and slower: The lower part of my vocal range and the slower songs. I’m letting myself do that for the first time on this record.”


Alan’s 6th solo album and 20th of his career. Alan is celebrating 30 years in music.

He’s been co-writing songs for Welcome Home with Donovan Woods, Jimmy Rankin and actor Oscar Isaac.

Alan starts a 45 night  North American tour Feb 20 with 2 nights in Kelowna.

Feb 29 – Edmonton  Northern  Jube

March 1  Calgary  Southern  Jube

March 9  Massey Hall

And, of course

May 8 – Knuckleheads Saloon Kansas City (Alan Explains)

Alan Doyle is a first-class storyteller who takes us through the songs and stories.

We talk about Tell Tale Harbour the play he produced.

Also was totally involved in The Tribute to Ron Hynes Album

And he has yet another best-selling book coming.

The beautiful Alan Doyle and his beautiful,  beautiful band charging into 2024. At CKUA

Complete interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast and video version on terrydavidmulligan YouTube Channel

Mulligan Stew Feb 3rd 2024-Tribute to Buddy Holly and Ritchie Valens Saturday


I see Rockin’ Roy is also remembering Buddy Holly.

Who better to tell that story?

Buddy, Ritchie Valens and The Big Bopper (JP Richardson) all died in a plane crash Feb 3 1959. They had played the night before in Clear Lake Iowa.

For those who know the name but not the story behind Buddy and Ritchie both these CKUA shows will be a primer.

If you are a fan..all those memories will come flooding back.

Buddy especially wrote about love and romance. He wasn’t as scary as Little Richard and Jerry Lee and had none of the sexy swagger of Elvis but he HAD the songs. The early hits he recorded at the Norman Petty Studios in Clovis New Mexico.

(Barry Allen and Wes Dakus and the Rebels recorded their early hits at Norman Petty’s studio in Clovis New Mexico and came back with tales of amazing Buddy and  producer Norman)

In the late 50’s and early 60’s Buddy’s songs were heard all over the World..

Which is why on their first records,  The Beatles and The Stones included Buddy Holly covers.

Buddy was 22

Bopper 28.

Ritchie was only 17

Ritchie Valens was the first star to make Chicano rock music. He had only been releasing hits for less than a year but would be huge. Driving the hit bus was La Bamba.  Another was the Leiber-Stoller song Framed with Carol Kaye on bass and Earl Palmer on drums.

The Stew is going to play tracks from Ritchie and Buddy plus bands influenced by these artists.


Buddy’s bassist gave up his seat on the plane to a sick Big Bopper. His name is Waylon Jennings.

And the night  Buddy sang in Clear Lake,  standing right in front of him watching his every move and listening to every note was a very young Bob Dylan. Dylan still talks about that night and that singer.

Also on Saturdays “Stew” The first-hour donor had a short but fine wish list. Taj Mahal, Susan Tedeschi and Los Lobos.

They are fully covered. Including Taj and Los Lobos together plus  Susan and Tedeschi Trucks jamming with Taj in a dressing room – Taj was teaching TTB his version of Leaving Trunk. It’s simply electric.

New Music from

  • Mark Knopfler
  • The Strumbellas
  • Pretenders
  • Celeigh Cardinal
  • Adrian Sutherland
  • Bahamas
  • The Black Keys
  • Robbie Robertson

Come on – turn it UP

INTERVIEW Next week – Alan Doyle



The February Stews Terry David Mulligan CKUA – Donor Supported almost 100 years
West LA Fadeaway Los Lobos Tin Can Trust
Angel from Montgomery Susan Tedeschi Just won’t burn
Queen Bee Taj Mahal Swinging Sextet Live at The Church in Tulsa
I’m so proud Boz Scaggs A fool to care
It’s all right Curtis Mayfield and The Impressions Get Ready
Mulligan Stew – TDM coming up new Mark Knopfler playlist – mulliganstewdotca
Ahead of the game Mark Knopfler One Deep River
Rehab – Live on Jools Holland Amy Winehouse AMY Soundtrack
My home is you The Strumbellas Holster
This is The February Stew Year 28 TDMulligan NEXT – Mavis – also a wild ‘leaving trunk’
What you gonna do? N. Mississippi All-stars & Mavis Staples Up and Rolling
Deane House – River Cafe Mulligan Stew – CKUA Radio playlist mulliganstewdotca
Leaving Trunk (rehearsal) Taj Mahal leading Tedeschi Trucks Band & Jerry Douglas Captured at Beacon Theatre NYC 2014
I think about you daily The Pretenders Relentless
Coming UP on Mulligan Stew A salute to Buddy Holly and Ritchie Valens Died Feb 3 1959
Rave on Buddy Holly The Definitive Collection
la Bamba Ritchie Valens Best of
That’ll be the day Linda Ronstadt Best of
Not fade away The Rolling Stones England’s Newest Hitmakers
Words of Love The Beatles Beatles for Sale
It’s so easy Paul McCartney Rave On Buddy Holly
True Love Ways Buddy Holly The Definitive Collection
Mulligan Stew Next – new music from Caleigh, Adrian and Bahamas playlist mulliganstewdotca
Light of the Moon Celeigh Cardinal Stories from a downtown apartment
My rebel spirit Adrian Sutherland Precious Diamonds
Nothing blows my mind Bahamas Bootcut
coyotes Banff – for 25 years supporting ckua and becoming thee dining destination Next on CKUA Taj and Los Lobos
Never let you go Taj Mahal and Los Lobos Maestro
Beautiful people (stay high) The Black Keys single
After the Goldrush kdlang Hymns of the 49th parallel
still standing Robbie Robertson Killers of the Moon Flower (soundtrack)
Thank you for listening and donating Next Week – Alan Doyle guests and brings new album
Lucky Rodney Crowell The Chicago Sessions
The Returner Allison Russell The Returner

Mulligan Stew January 27th 2024-Remembering Elmore James/Bobby Bland


So.. it’s Saturday night at 5 PM.

Everyone is either wrapping up a busy day working a “to-do” list OR they’re getting ready to spend the night out.

Could be something in between.

What would you want coming out of your speakers?  Well, that’s exactly what I’m playing.

We start with three live tracks

BB King and Bobby Bland Live at The Coconut Grove (Bobby was born Jan 27)

Billy Joel Live at Madison Square (donor suggested)

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Live at The Fillmore. (ditto)

New music from Norah Jones, Bahamas, Donovan Woods, Green Day, Celeigh Cardinal, Sylvia Tyson, Alan Doyle

We remember Elmore James – (also born Jan 27)

Elmore brings Done Somebody Wrong

ZZ Top lays out a wicked Dust My Broom

And Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac with the classic Got to Move

Got some Black Crowes, Stones Live, Dr John, Little Feat, Ray Charles, Dave Alvin, Tom Waits, John Batiste, Stevie Wonder, Trans Canada Highwaymen, Joni Live at Newport, Brian Wilson and the great Bill Doggett!!

“Well, it’s Saturday night and I feel fine”

Have a great Saturday night!!!



This is Mulligan Stew Terry David Mulligan CKUA Radio – for 28 years
Let the good times roll (live) BB King and Bobby Bland The Definitive Collection (Bland)
Miami 2017 (Live) Bill Joel 12 Gardens
I won’t back down (live) Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Live at the Fillmore (97)
Running Norah Jones Visions
Deane House – River Cafe NEXT – Bahamas-Green Day-Black Crowes Mulligan Stew
Please forgive my heart Bahamas Please forgive my heart
Jealous again The Black Crowes Crowology
I’m around Donovan Woods and Cate Single
Father to a Son Green Day Saviors
Sleeping dogs best left alone Dr John (Mack Rebennack) Things happen that way
The Stew – Year 28 TDM – for the Witt Boys NEXT – Elmore James
Done somebody wrong Elmore James Shake your Money Maker
Dust my broom ZZ Top Delguello
Got to move Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac (Deluxe)
TDM – The Stew Coming UP – Stones LIVE turn it up
Can’t always get what you want (live) The Rolling Stones Live Licks
This is year 28 of Mulligan Stew TDMulligan playing the tunes mulliganstewdotca
Dixie Chicken Little Feat Dixie Chicken
Heart attack and Vine (remastered) Tom Waits Heart Attack and Vine
Hard times Ray Charles Heart Attack and Vines
When you miss someone Celeigh Cardinal Stories from a downtown apartment
Highway 61 Dave Alvin from an old guitar
Coming UP on The Stew New Alan Doyle, TC Highwaymen- Joni [email protected]
Yours and Mine Alan Doyle Welcome Home
Make my life a little bit brighter TC Highwaymen Explosive Hits Vol 1
Coyotes Banff – Year 25 sponsor NEXT – Joni Mitchell Live and Brian Wilson
Both sides now (live) Joni Mitchell ( and friends) Newport Folk Festival
Love and Mercy Brian Wilson I wasn’t made for these times
TDMulligan The Stew Year 28
I need you Jon Batiste We Are
Superstition Stevie Wonder Talking Book
Donor supported CKUA You ARE a donor, right? CKUA Needs You
River Road Sylvia Tyson River Road and Other Stories
Hide your love The Rolling Stones Goats Head Soup
Honky Tonk Part 1 Bill Doggett Leaps and Bounds

Mulligan Stew Jan 20th 2024-Donor inspired Car/Road Songs & Remembering EttaJames


The donor-driven first hour of Saturdays Stew asks for some car and driving music. Their 15-year-old daughter Willow has earned enough money to buy her first car. A mini cooper.  Now she has to wait until JUNE to turn 16.

So, road songs for Willow from Tom Cochrane (of course), Chuck Berry, Willie Nelson and Zack Bryan.

Hour One includes Peter Wolf, Old Man Luedecke and Bahamas, Steve Cropper and Buddy Miller, Delaney, Bonnie and Duane Allman, Corb Lund and Eddie Vedder

Blackie and the Rodeo Kings and Queens, Van the Man Live and three hits from the ladies of Motown. Martha Reeves and The Vandellas, The Velvelettes and The Marvelettes!!!

Hour Two – Tom Petty Live, Pops Staples, Kings of Convenience with Feist, We remember soul force Etta James died Jan 20, 2012. Also included Kdlang’s intro to Etta from Rock Hall of Fame.

Huddie Ledbetter was Born on Jan 20, many Leadbelly songs to choose from but I picked Gallows Pole (Gallis Pole) from a live recording by Jimmy Page and Robert Plant. And Jan 20 1988 The Beatles were inducted into Rock Hall. Which one didn’t show up?

Patty Griffin and Robert Plant, John Levanthal & Rosanne Cash

Also Blue Rodeo Live, City and Colour, William Prince.

Working on Interviews with Alan Doyle, Corb Lund and Steve Cropper.



Mulligan Stew Year 28 Terry David Mulligan 2 Hours of Tunes and Tales
How do you know Peter Wolf A cure fur loneliness
My status is the Baddest Old Man Luedecke and Bahamas single
The slummer The slum Steve Cropper and Buddy Miller Dedicated – The 5 Royales
Just know it – elsewhere Dan Mangan single
Come on in my kitchen (live) Delaney & Bonnie and Duane Allman Duane Allman Anthology Vol 2
Deane House River Cafe NEXT – Road & Car Songs
Hard Driver Zack Bryan (with War and Peace) Zack Bryan
Life is a Highway Tom Cochrane Mad Mad World
No particular place to go Chuck Berry St Louis to Liverpool
On the road again (live) willie nelson 16 biggest hits
Redneck Rehab Corb Lund single
Hide your love away Eddie Vedder I am Sam
TDMulligan – The Stew Year 28 NEXT – The Ladies of Motown playlist mulliganstewdotca
Heatwave Martha Reeves and the Vandellas Heatwave
Needle in a haystack The Velvelettes Hitsville
Please Mr. Postman The Marvelettes Hitsville
The Stew – TDM playlist – mulliganstewdotca NEXT – BARK plus Van the Man
Made of Love Blackie and the Rodeo Kings Kings and Queens (Exene Cervenka)
Caravan (live) Van Morrison Live at the Troubadour (73)
Mulligan Stew Hour Two – coming UP playlist – mulliganstewdotca Remembering Etta James
Rockin’ Around (live) Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers Pack up the plantation
World in Motion Roebuck ‘Pops’ Staples Peace to the Neighborhood
If the sea was whisky Maddy Peyroux Secular Hymns
New Morning Sun (live) Blue Rodeo Live at Massey hall
Underground City and Colour The Love still held me near
Easier and harder William Prince Stand in the Joy
Coyotes Banff – The Stew Year 28 Next – Remembering Etta James
At Last (live) Etta James Burning down the House
Come Together The Beatles Abbey Road
Gallows Pole (live) Jimmy Page and Robert Plant The Bradley Centre 1995 – Live
Don’t Mind Patty Griffin and Robert Plant Tape
Terry Mulligan playlist – mulliganstewdotca Next – Kings and Feist
The Build Up Kings of Convenience and Leslie Feist Riot on an empty street
That’s all I know about Arkansas John Levanthal and Roxanne Cash That’s all I know about Arkansas
Thank you all Take care out there. [email protected]
Coltrane plays the blues Marc Jordan Waiting for the Sun to rise
So what Miles Davis (and John Coltrane) Kind of Blue

Mulligan Stew Jan 13th 2024- Special Guest is Russ KUNKEL (The Immediate Family)


Let the names tell the story –

With Waddy Wachtel, Danny Kortchmar, Leland Sklar and drummer, producer, and writer  Russ Kunkel created and played music history.

Historic albums by Carole King, Jackson Brown, James Taylor, Warren Zevon, Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, Linda Ronstadt, David Crosby, Graham Nash, Steven Stills,  Neil Young, Kate and Anna McGarrigle, Jimmy Buffet, JJ Cale, Ringo, Lyle Lovett, George Harrison, Dolly, Linda and Emmylou  The Trio album, Stevie Nicks, Don Henley, Bob Seger, Bonnie Raitt, Tracey Chapman, Joe Walsh, BB King, Steve Winwood.

On and On and ON.

Now, along with seasoned guitarist and vocalist Steve Postell,  they’ve established the opportunity to be their band. The Immediate Family. Their new album Skin in the Game arrives Feb 16.

Skin in the Game  references the fact that they aren’t sidemen here. It’s not a play-and-walk-away kind of thing. They’re taking the music they wrote and played,  out on the road for themselves. No one else.

For the rest of the story, check out the documentary The Immediate Family. Screening now.

Complete Interview on the Mulligan Stew Podcast and the video version on terrydavidmulligan YouTube Channel.


Mulligan Stew Terry Mulligan CKUA
Cruel Twist Immediate Family Slippin and sliding
Heartful of Rock and Roll David Vest Roadhouse Revelations
Depending on you The Rolling Stones Hackney Diamonds (Live edition)
I’m around (both sides) Donovan Woods and Cate single
Mulligan Stew – CKUA Coming UP – Russ Kunkel – Immediate Family New album and Doc
Deane House River Cafe Thank you for the support for CKUA
Come rain or come shine (live) Willie Nelson. Norah Jones. Wynton Marseilles Here we go again
Boomer’s Story Black Crowes Southern Harmony
Got to get you into my life Earth, Wind and Fire The Essential EWF
So Low, Solo Matt Anderson The Big Bottle of Joy
The Stew – Year 28 Russ Kunkel Guests in all of Hour Two The Immediate Family
Rich Woman Boz Scaggs A Fool to Care
Bad spell Larkin Poe single
Runaway Train Bros. Landreth Let it Lie (10th Anniversary)
TDMulligan The Stew Year 28 The Russ Kunkel Guests
The Battle of Evermore Led Zep and Sandy Denny Led Zeppelin 4
Now and then The Beatles single
The Stew TDMulligan NEXT Russ Kunkel
Our Guest – Russ Kunkel He’s played every hit you loved. New album Skin in the Game
Russ Kunkel Interview The Immediate Family New album Skin in the Game
Steamroller Blues James Taylor Sweet Baby James
Smackwater jack Carole King Tapestry
Russ Kunkel Interview The Immediate Family New album Skin in the Game
Skin in the Game The Immediate Family Skin in the Game
The toughest girl in town The Immediate Family Skin in the Game
Russ Kunkel Interview Check out the Documentary Immediate Family
you turn me on I’m a radio Joni Mitchell For the Roses
watching the river flow Bob Dylan Greatest Hits Vol 2
Russ Kunkel Interview with TDM complete interview on mulligan stew podcast video version on tdm YouTube channel
Running on Empty (live) Jackson Browne Running on Empty
excitable boy Warren Zevon excitable boy
Russ Kunkel conversation with TDM complete interview on mulligan stew podcast video version on TDM YouTube Channel
Church Lyle Lovett Joshua Judges Ruth
When something is wrong with my baby Linda Ronstadt/Aaron Neville Cry like a Rainstorm – Howl like the Wind
TDMulligan – The Stew Coyotes Banff – Sponsoring for 25 Years Enjoy Coyotes
The House Bill Bourne and Eivor The House


Mulligan Stew Jan 6th 2024-Looking back and forward Plus Celebrating THE FLYING V


We hope you all had a memorable and warm Christmas/New Years season.

The first show of 2024 will celebrate several careers & salute a true rock guitar. Gibson’s Flying V


First is Les McCann who passed Dec 29.

Les kicked down the walls of jazz and opened it up to a whole new audience

He started a groove movement with one great single Compared to What?   An anti-war song you could dance to.

He was much more than one song. Discover him for yourself.

The second career we salute is Lou Rawls who closes the show singing harmony with his pal Sam Cooke.


Our two RAM monthly donors contributed to the mix.

One wanted Jimmy Smith’s Walk on the Wild Side, which I gladly played,  followed by Tower of Power and a newly discovered Squibcakes and the second RAM requested In My Life.  Johnny Cash did the honours.


New music from Arkells, Willy and Keith, Allison Russell, Matt Anderson, Taj, Bruce Springsteen, Celeigh Cardinal, Devin Cuddy & Corb.

A donor birthday double shot of U2(with BB King) and The Hip.

AND THEN – To celebrate the launch of Gibson’s Flying V Guitar on Jan 6 1958

With the email help of Collin Cripps from The Cuddy Band & Blue Rodeo I got a crash course in who played the Flying V over the years.

Albert King played an original 1958  Flying V  throughout his career, as did Lonnie Mack.

The Flying V was also played by Jimi, Keith Richards, Eddie Van Halen,  Slash, Joe Bonamassa, Tom Petty, David GoGo and in the early 70s Neil Young.

An original Flying V now is worth at least half a million. More if it’s in the original case and they both look good.


Joining in the celebration

Albert King –  Crosscut Saw

Lonnie Mack –  Memphis

Neil Young – Southern Man

HEADS UP – Next week’s very special guest is Drummer and Legend Russ Kunkel. Currently a member of The Immediate Family. (the documentary is screening now)

The new album coming out Feb 16  Skin in the Game.

Working and touring with Cat Stevens, Joni, Linda Ronstadt, Lyle Lovett,  Neil Young, Bahamas, Dylan Graham Nash, David Crosby, Emmylou Harris, Dolly Parton and Linda Ronstadt, BB King, Bill Withers, Aaron Neville, Warren Zevon, The Derek Trucks Band, Rod Stewart, Steven Stills, Joe Cocker, CSN, JJ Cale, Jimmy Buffett, Bonnie Raitt, Tony Bennett ……… and he’s on the next Dylan Album. Coming later this year.


Mulligan Stew 2024 Terry David Mulligan CKUA – OFF we GO
Compared to what? (live) Les McCann – Eddie Harris Swiss Movement
Only you know and I know Delaney and Bonnie and Friends D&B Together
Beginners Mind The Arkells Laundry Pile
Blackbird (live) Joan Baez and David Crosby JB 75th Birthday Celebration
TDMulligan Year 28 of The Stew Welcome to 2024
Live forever (live) Willie Nelson and Keith Richards Long Story Short: Willie 90
Springtime Allison Russell The Returner
Deane House – River Cafe. Calgary Coming UP – Matt Anderson. Taj. Bruce Springsteen  playlist mulliganstewdotca
Let it Ride Matt Anderson The Big Bottle of Joy
Is you is or is you ain’t my baby Taj Mahal Savoy
10th Ave Freeze Out (live) Bruce Springsteen Live Series: Songs on keys
Gonna make you lonesome when you go (live) Madeleine Peyroux Careless Love (deluxe)
Coming Up on The Stew Satchmo and Walk on the Wild Side playlist mulliganstewdotca
Wonderful World Louis Armstrong Wonderful World
Watermelon Man Les McCann Talkin’ Verve
Mulligan Stew Year 28 Terry David Mulligan NEXT – Jimmy Smith and Tower of Power
Hour Two of The Stew JAM-uary 6 Coming UP – A salute to The Gibson Flying V Lonnie Mack-Albert King-Neil Young
Walk on the Wild Side Jimmy Smith (Oliver Nelson Band) Bashin’
Squibcakes (prev. unreleased) Tower of Power Direct Plus
When love comes to town U2 and BB King Rattle and Hum
Ahead by a Century The Tragically Hip Trouble at the Henhouse
Hour Two of Mulligan Stew Next – New music from Celeigh, the other Cuddy and Corb [email protected]
Coyotes Banff and 50/50 chat Supporting CKUA for 25 years Coming UP – Saluting The Flying V
Party of One Celeigh Cardinal single
Come back to me Devin Cuddy Dear Jane
Out on a Win Corn Lund single
Needles and Pins (live) Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Pack up the Plantation
A Salute to Gibsons Flying V Guitar Released Jan 6 1958 Lonnie Mack-Albert King-Neil Young
Crosscut Saw Albert King Born under a bad sign
Memphis Lonnie Mack Memphis
Southern Man Neil Young After The Goldrush
One more JAMuary monthly donor to salute We finish with Johnny Cash, Sam Cooke and Remember Lou mulliganstewdotca
In my Life Johnny Cash CASH
Thank You for listening Lets get each other through another year [email protected]
Bring it on home to me Sam Cooke (Lou Rawls) Best of Sam Cooke
Oakland Stroke Tower of Power Back to Oakland

Mulligan Stew Dec 30th 2023-The End of The Year Interviews


The last Mulligan Stew of 2023 is a look back at some outstanding interview guests who crossed our path in 2023.

We can’t feature them all,  as it was a very busy buzzy year.  We had guests on our weekly show PLUS a Summer of music festivals.

Here’s the engaged lineup for the interviews of 2023.


Luke Doucette and Melissa McClelland – Whitehorse

(I’m not crying. You’re crying)

Booker T Jones – Booker T and the Mg’s/Stax Soul Revue

David Landreth – The Bros. Landreth. The story of one of their songs being recorded by Bonnie Raitt and then Bonnie winning three Grammys in 2023, one of which was their song Made Up Mind. Plus their lives were changed as their career path took off.

Mariel Buckley – Dealing with being invited to perform at the American Fest in Nashville, a Polaris nomination, Winnipeg Folk Fest, released a deluxe version of her album Everywhere I Used to be and showcased at the Edmonton Folk Festival.

The Juno Couch – CKUA Performance Space – Edmonton. Co-Hosts Dan Mangan, Tom Wilson, Jim Cuddy. Guests Shoshona and Raven of Diggin’ Roots.

(We’ll play Bruce Springsteen,  Diggin’ Roots, Dan Mangan, Tom Wilson and Jim Cuddy)

Followed by the last interview I did with the original rock DJ in Canada – Red Robinson. His timing was incredible.

At 16 years of age, he talked his way into CJOR in Vancouver and started playing rock singles..just as they were breaking out

Jerry Lee/Little Richard, Fats, Every Brothers, Ray Charles, Sam Cooke and Elvis. He interviewed them all and for his leadership was inducted into the Rock Hall of Fame – as a builder.

Red brings stories about Bill Haley, Fats, Ray, Richard and Elvis.

(we’ll play you Elvis, Ray Charles, Buddy Holly and Little Richard)

We’ll finish the last show in 2023 with one of the most interesting stories we covered. The formation of 4 friends into a super band called Trans Canada Highwaymen. Steven Page (BNLadies), Craig Murphy (Sloan) join us.  TCH also features Moe Berg (Pursuit of Happiness)  and Craig Northey (Odds and Steven Page Trio)

Happy New Year my friends. Enjoy the tunes and the memories.


The complete Trans Canada Highwaymen Interview can be heard on the Mulligan Stew Podcast and seen on the terrydavidmulligan YouTube Channel.

mulligan stew – Interviews of 2023 Terry Mulligan CKUA
Luke and Mellissa Interview Whitehorse TDMulligan
Division 5 Whitehorse Im not crying – You’re crying
Illegal Smile John Prine Illegal Smile 2020 remaster
The piano has been drinking (not me) Tom Waits Small Change
The Joker Steve Miller Band The Joker
The end of the year Stew TDMulligan Coming UP – Booker T
Booker T Jones Interview with Terry Mulligan End of the year Interviews
Dock of the Bay Otis Redding Dock of the Bay
Booker T interview Talking about Albert King at Stax
Born under a bad sign Albert King Born under a bad sign
The End of the year Stew interviews TDMulligan NEXT – Bros Landreth & Grammys
David Landreth Interview Bonnie Raitt wins 3 Grammys One song was written by The Bros.
Made up mind The Bros. Landreth Let it Lie
Just like that Bonnie Raitt Just like that
This is Mulligan Stew – Best of 2023 The year end best interviews Next Mariel Buckley
Deane House River Cafe Wish you Happy New year
Mariel Buckley Interview End of the year Stew The Interviews
Shooting at the Moon Mariel Buckley Everywhere I used to be (deluxe)
Texas Flood (live) Gary Clark Jr Long Story Short (willie nelson is 90)
Forever Young (live) Bob Dylan The complete Budokan 1978
Hip Hug Her Booker T and the MG’s The Albums 62-68
End of the Year Stew Interviews Coming UP – The Juno Couch. Red Robinson Trans Canada Highwaymen
The Juno Couch. Tom Wilson. Dan Mangan. Jim Cuddy Shoshona and Raven from Diggin’ Roots TDMulligan
Hungry Heart (live) Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band Live 75/85
Sweetwater Diggin’ Roots Zhawenim
Blue Moon Drive Iskwe & Tom Wilson Blue Moon Drive
Cool News (Acoustic) Jim Cuddy single
TDMulligan – The Stew Year 28 NEXT – Remembering Canada’s first rock dj Red Robinson
Happy New Year from Coyotes Banff NEXT – Rockin’ Red
Red Robinson Interview Started 1956 – Met ALL the early rock stars Passed 2023. This was our last interview
I got a woman Ray Charles Best of
I want to walk you home Fats Domino Best of
The late/great Red Robinson with TDM Year end 2023 interviews
Heartbreak Hotel Elvis Best of
That’ll be the Day Buddy Holly Best of
Lucille Little Richard Good Golly
Terry Mulligan Next – Trans Canada Highwaymen Stew interviews 2023
Steven Page – Chris Murphy Interview Trans Canada Highwaymen Explosive Hits Vol 1
Loving you ain’t easy TC Highwaymen Explosive Hits Vol 1
TC Highwaymen Interview Complete interview on Stew Podcast and TDM YouTube Channel
Theme from TC Highwaymen TC Highwaymen Explosive Hits Vol 1
Happy New Year – Thank you for listening and donating Cheers
Now and Then The Beatles Single