Mariel Buckley‘s star just keeps rising. In June, her critically acclaimed album, Everywhere I Used To Be, nabbed a spot on the Polaris Music Prize longlist. She’ll be one of the showcase performers at Americanafest this September in Nashville, and last week she scooped up two Western Canadian Music Awards for Breakout Artist of the Year and Roots Artist of the Year. Hot on the heels of all of this good news, Mariel has announced the release of a deluxe version of Everywhere I Used to Be that includes two new songs, “Sad All The Time,” and “Prairie Town Dreams.”
Hear Terry David Mulligan’s conversation with this talented storyteller and musician. They talk about the success of Everywhere I Used to Be, the art and craft of songwriting, the award nominations, touring with The Bros. Landreth, and her summer performances at Canadian festivals and venues.
Find out why she wrote this album for “losers and underdogs,” and what she wants every lost soul and outsider to feel in these songs. This conversation is honest, funny, and wide-reaching, and you won’t want to miss it.
Mulligan Stew with host Terry David Mulligan
Saturday, July 22
5pm – 7pm MT