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EP 152 | Greg Keelor

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Greg Keelor.  Co-Founder, co-Singer, co-Writer of one of Canada’s premier bands Blue Rodeo. Share the Love is his 6th solo album.

When I asked “do you  know how many solo albums you’ve  done and what the names are?”  the answer was an emphatic No.

And that was my  first question. I had another 45 minutes of questions. Now what?

Greg spun his first story about he and Jimmy Bowskill sitting around, in a hash haze throwing song ideas and guitar licks back and forth and all of a sudden there’s an album taking shape.

They recorded it and later went to a small community center at a lake to play the songs again while video cameras shot the songs for promo.

THAT recording was so good, they scrapped the studio record and went with the community hall by the lake session.

That was Greg’s answer to the second question…and we were off and running.

We cover a lot of ground with Greg Keelor..ups and downs.  Losses both human and personal.

The album is very good. His best work yet. We both agreed that the feel of the record was much like the late 60’s in LA with Buffalo Springfield and The Byrds.

He’s a good man that Greg Keelor.  Please subscribe and take 20 minutes to enjoy!

And hello Jimmy Bowskill!

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Mulligan Stew April 17th 2021- Special Guest Greg Keelor

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Mulligan Stew April 17, 2021 – in the middle of a pandemic.

The very special guest on this week’s Stew is Greg Keelor!!

  Co-Founder, co-Singer, co-Writer of one of Canada’s premier bands Blue Rodeo. Share the Love is his 6th solo album.

When asked did he know how many he has done and what the names are the answer was No.

And that was the first question. I had another 45 minutes of questions. Now what?

Greg spun his first story about he and Jimmy Bowskill sitting around, in a hash haze throwing lines and guitar licks back and forth and all of a sudden there’s an album taking shape.

They recorded it and went to a small community center at a lake to play the songs again while video cameras shot the songs for promo.

THAT recording was so good, they scrapped the studio record and went with the community hall by the lake session.

That was Greg’s answer to the second question…and we were off and running.

We cover a lot of ground with Greg Keelor..ups and downs.  Losses both human and personal.

The album is very good. His best work yet. We both agreed that the feel of the record was much like the late ’60s in LA with Buffalo Springfield and The Byrds.

He’s a good man that Greg Keelor.

And hello Jimmy Bowskill!

If you’re interested – the complete ramble can be heard on the Mulligan Stew Podcast.  You’ve subscribed, right?

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The playlist below covers a lot of territory.

Faces, Dan Lanois, Smokey and the Miracles, Doors, Corb Lund, Dylan, Boz, Bruce Live, Carole King Live,…lots more

FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS WE LAUNCH THE CKUA SPRING FUNDRAISER. WHY AM I YELLING?

PLAYLIST:

Mulligan Stew April 17 Special Guest – Greg Keelor with 6th solo album Share the Love
I don’t need no doctor John Scofield. John Mayer That’s what I say
Memphis Faces A nod is as good as a wink
(Under the) Heavy Sun Daniel Lanois Heavy Sun
I second that emtion The Miracles Hitsville
www.deanehouse.com www.river-café.com
You make me feel so free Van Morrison Into the music
Alabama Song (whisky bar) The Doors The Doors
Hold on I’m coming Sam and Dave Best of Stax
A hard rains gonna fall Leon Russell Leon Russell and the Shelter People
This is Mulligan Stew – Guest is Greg Keelor www.mulliganstew.ca
Get together Jesse Colin Young and Steve Miller Song Aid Vol 002
Old men Corb Lund Agricultural Tragic
Lucy in the Sky The Beatles Sgt pepper
Good Vibrations The Beach Boys Greatest Hits
BlueBerry Hill Fats Domino Live at Univercity of New Orleans
Coming UP – Greg Keelor (blue rodeo) with his new solo album www.mulliganstew.ca
Peace Train The Bros. Landreth with Murray Pulver single
Coming UP – Greg Keelor (blue rodeo) with his new solo album www.mulliganstew.ca
Slow train Bob Dylan Slow Train Coming
Down in Virginia Boz Scaggs Out of the blues
Goodbye Jimmy Reed Bob Dylan Rough and Rowdy Ways
Raise your hand (live) Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band Live 75/85
Up on the roof (live) Carole King Live at Montreaux
www.nobleridge.com Coming UP – Greg Keelor – and his new album Share the Love
For what its worth Buffalo Springfield Buffalo Springfield
My back pages The Byrds Younger than Yesterday
www.mulliganstew.ca NEXT – Greg Keelor
Greg Keelor Interview in conversation with TDMulligan
White dove Greg Keelor Share the Love
Greg Keelor Interview complete interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast
Share the Love Greg Keelor Share the Love
Greg Keelor Interview Complete interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast
Feather Witch Greg Keelor Share the Love
Greg Keelor Interview Complete interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast
Wonder Greg Keelor Share the Love

Mulligan Stew November 28th-Roy Forbes, Jim Cuddy and The CP Holiday Train!

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At 5pm MT, Roy Forbes, host of Roy’s Record Room, talks to Terry David Mulligan about his gig Sunday night in Grande Prairie with special guest Braden Gates.
 

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Jim Cuddy & Greg Keelor receiving the Order of Canada


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One of our all time favourite guests is Jim Cuddy from Blue Rodeo.  He not only brings insight to the world of music but he can talk food and wine with the best of them.
On this show, we’re talking about the “other” live album they recorded in Halifax and why they decided to go with the Massey Hall shows.
Then it’s all about the CP Holiday Train.  A Christmas institution that Jim leads across the country. Stopping in small towns, dropping the side of a rail car and playing tunes with his friends for all to hear.
Plus they raise funds for charities across Canada.
Lots of stories here..plus we have the CP Holiday Train schedule down below.
Click here for the Holiday Train Schedule 
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PLAYLIST:

Welcome to Year 20 of Mulligan Stew Playlist www.mulliganstew.ca
Son of a preacher man (live) Joss Stone Live from the UK Hall of Famer
Devil Woman (Live) Red Devils King King
Anything you want (live) Jason Mraz beautiful mess – Live on Earth
Welcome to Year 20 of Mulligan Stew www.canadahouse.com Coming UP Roy Forbes and Jim Cuddy
How sweet it is Marvin Gaye Best of
Exodus Bob Marley Legend (remastered) Bonus Track
Welcome to Year 20 of Mulligan Stew Playlist www.mulliganstew.ca NEXT – Roy Forbes
you got the money honey The Little Willies For the good times
you really got a hold on me Anne Lindsay Soloworks
Four strong winds Blue rodeo 35 years of stoneyplain
Roy Forbes Interview Plays Grand Prairie Sunday
Lifting my heart (live) Roy Forbes Striking Matches
Pay me my money down (live) Bruce Springsteen We Shall Overcome
My Back Pages (live) Clapton/Dylan/Tom Petty etc 30th Celebration of Bob Dylan
TDM Coming UP – Jim Cuddy Feature Interview playlist www.mulliganstew,ca
Jim Cuddy Interview
Waters running High Jim Cuddy Band Skyscraper Soul
Jim Cuddy Interview www.bluerodeo.com
After the rain (live) Blue Rodeo Live at Massey Hall
Jim Cuddy Interview http://www.cpr.ca/en/community/holiday-train
When the truth comes out Blue Rodeo Live at Massey Hall
Welcome to Year 20 of Mulligan Stew Playlist www.mulliganstew.ca
Get back The Beatles Let it Be
Key to the Highway (live) Eric Clapton Live on tour 2001/ One more car one more rider
Cynical bastards (acoustic) The Arkells EP
Slipping into Darkness War Grooves and Messages – Best of
Welcome to Year 20 of Mulligan Stew www.coyotesbanff.com
Run this Town Corb Lund single
At Last Etta James Her best
The Last waltz finale The Band The Last Waltz