Mulligan Stew Podcast

Ep 8 | Shakey Graves Podcast


May 3, 2018

This week, we’re thrilled to welcome Alejandro Rose-Garcia, better known as Shakey Graves. The Austin-based musician returns this month with a brand new album called ‘Can’t Wake Up.’ His label was kind enough to let us share four tracks from the new record on the podcast. We’ll check out “Counting Sheep,” “Dining Alone,” “Aibohphobia,” and “Tin Man.”
Alejandro talks to Terry about making a record that reflected the full range of his musical influences. Plus, we’ll hear about his early musical influences, the question Canadian interviewers have been asking about the new record, and recording at Levon Helm’s studios in Woodstock.



Even though iconic Canadian broadcaster Terry David Mulligan currently hosts a weekly 2-hour music show and a weekly food and wine series he’s been interviewing music stars for over 50 years on radio and TV.
50 years of rock and roll. 15 years of film interviews and 9 years of food and wine stories.
MulliganStew… The Full Mully!

Ep 7 | Royal Wood Podcast


Apr 28, 2018

This month, Royal Wood is back with a brand new record, Ever After the Farewell. The album was born from a period of loss and new love in Royal’s life. This week on the Mulligan Stew podcast, the Toronto-based singer-songwriter talks to Terry David Mulligan about losing his father, finding the love of his life, and connecting those two experience on his new record. Plus, we’ll hear live performances of “The Hardest Thing of All” and “Something About You”.

Ep 6 | Billy Bragg Podcast


Apr 20, 2018

The legendary singer, songwriter and political activist talks to Terry about his new book Roots, Radicals and Rockers: How Skiffle Changed the World. Bragg describes Skiffle as the music that “was the nursery for the British invasion of the American/Canadian charts of the 1960s.” The book traces the influence of Lonnie Donegan, known as the King of Skiffle, on music icons like The Beatles, Pete Townshend and Van Morrison.

Ep 5 | Chris Murphy of Sloan Podcast


Apr 14, 2018

This month, Sloan celebrates the release of their 12th studio LP, fittingly titled ’12’. The always entertaining Chris Murphy is Terry’s guest on this week’s podcast. Chris performs acoustic renditions of “Spinning Our Wheels” and “Rest of My Life.” Plus, the pair discuss the secret to Sloan’s 27 year union, the Gord Downie reference ’12’, and Chris’ new-found appreciation for having his biggest career success in his home country.

Ep 4 | Dan Aykroyd Podcast


Apr 6, 2018

From the archives (2008) – Canadian actor, filmmaker, musician and comedian Dan Aykroyd discusses comedy, wines, and the blues with Terry David Mulligan. The man who famously brought Patron to Canada discusses his foray into the Canadian wine industry. Plus, the pair discusses Dan’s iconic Blues Brothers film. Dan fills Terry in on how his love of the blues began, how he turn John Belushi onto the genre, and his favourite moments from the Blues Brothers film franchise.

Ep 3 | Ed Robertson of Barenaked Ladies Podcast


Mar 23, 2018

This weekend, The Barenaked Ladies are set to be inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame as part of the JUNO Awards. Previous inductees include The Band, Leonard Cohen, Neil Young, kd lang, and Joni Mitchell. Terry sits down with his friend, BNL frontman Ed Robertson to discuss the band’s forthcoming reunion with co-founder Steven Page at this weekend’s JUNO Awards. Robertson talks about how the award has helped the band to reconnect and “put some of the sewage water under the bridge,” and reveals plans for their performance at this weekend’s show.

Ep 2 | St. Patrick's Day Whiskey Special Podcast


Mar 16, 2018

In honour of St. Patrick’s Day, TDM takes us for a wee dram of whiskey at the legendary Palace Pub in Dublin! We’ll explore the fascinating history of Irish Whiskey with Michael Lawlor, head of Irish Whiskey Tours. He’ll tell us about the differences between Irish and Scotch whiskeys. Michael will also suggest some great food pairings when enjoying a dram.
Plus, we’ll talk to Michael Reddy of the Teeling Whiskey Company and Willie Ahern of The Palace Pub. They’ll tell us about new wave of Irish Whiskey aficionados in Dublin. And how pubs like the Palace are moving to establish their own house brands of Whiskey. Plus, we’ll hear about how they celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Dublin.
(spoiler alert: it doesn’t involve green beer)

Ep 1 | Nardwuar the Human Serviette Podcast


February 28 2018

What happens when you get two Canadian broadcast legends in the same room for an hour long chat? Well, you get a conversation filled with behind-the-scenes stories from decades-long careers in music journalism. Nardwuar and TDM, both Much Music VJ alumni, grill each other about their career highs and lows.
In this episode, we get the backstory on how Nardwuar met Snoop Dogg, scored his first interview with Nirvana, and that time he snagged Drake’s cell number at a concert. Then, Nardwuar takes over as interviewer to find out more about that time TDM was spit on while on TV, getting the blow-off from Ian Tyson, and a regrettable moment during his gig emceeing a Doors concert in Vancouver.