Have a hard-to-buy-for person on your holiday shopping list? How about someone who is both a music lover and a bibliophile? TDM’s got you covered.
Join him for a special Mulligan Stew of interviews with on four music personalities who have moved from lyrics to the printed word — just in time for Christmas.
Alan Doyle has A Newfoundlander in Canada – the follow-up to his hugely popular Where I Belong. The former Great Big Sea lead singer reels off the tale of the band’s first tour of Canada, and his discovery of a much bigger country than he could have ever imagined.
Jann Arden’s Feeding My Mother is a cookbook that’s more than just a cookbook. Tucked in between recipes and ingredients are heartfelt stories about Jann’s parents and their family’s struggle with their memory loss.
Tom Wilson’s memoir is much like the man who wrote it. Blunt and devastatingly honest. Beautiful Scars follows Tom as he comes across a life-changing secret buried in his family’s history — his adoption, his unknown Mohawk ancestry, and the siblings he never knew of.
Skinheads, Furtraders and DJs tracks Kim Clarke Champniss’ amazing journey from the punk movement in England to becoming a “Bay Boy” on the eastern coast of what is now Nunavut. The former MuchMusic personalist gives you an exciting view from aDJ’s eyes, back when disco and dance were all the rage.
So curl up this Saturday afternoon with a few good books and Mulligan Stew at 5pm MT.