Pulled and pushed by both the east and west, Manitoba is smack-dab in the middle of the country. It’s also long been a centre of fantastic home-grown music.

This week’s Mulligan Stew celebrates a trio of talented Winnipeggers, all with different styles and voices, with freshly released work.

First up, Mulligan Stew favourites The Bros. Landreth return to the show. The brothers have had a busy year so far — Joey has a new solo album out very soon, with another release with his brother David destined for the spring. They come in to chat with TDM about the new work and their upcoming tour in Alberta next week.

The second Winnipeg native to join the show is environmental-scientist-turned-musician Carly Dow saw great success with her Kickstarted debut Ingrained. Her second album, Comet, continues the path of the first with infectious hooks, fluid poetry and a deep understanding of human nature.

Finally, Madeleine Roger’s Cottonwood is on the way. Roger, who also plays as one half of Roger Roger with her twin, evokes a young Joni Mitchell on her solo album. Don’t miss TDM’s chat with this exciting young artist!

Tune in to Mulligan Stew this Saturday at 5pm MT to catch all three interviews.