Here's the set list from our show at the Willy Lit Fest on Saturday 17 June. On the left is the name of the writer or narrator. In the middle is the name of the song/story. On the right are the names of the musicians. You'll find all the stories by going to our Stories [...]
We designed our album covers, our costumes and our amazing stage shows. Not only would we have a full-size movie screen behind us but Andrew would have a drum kit so large that he would need to get extendable robot arms to be able to reach them all. We also planned out the itinerary for our world tour.
Rehearsing on Wednesday night in Seddon for Saturday's show in Williamstown: Chris, Smokie, Jack, Stephen, Rob. It’s too late to stop now, as Van Morrison once sang. Four-hundred people have already booked their tickets for Stereo Stories In Concert this Saturday night at the Williamstown Town Hall. Backed by the ever-versatile Stereo Stories [...]
There is much conjecture and disagreement about the trajectory of Paul Weller and friends, the evolution of The Jam from punkish to mod to pop to pastiche, ending in the Style Council, of which I was never a fan (you can tell a Weller woman by the way she wears her hair etc).
Yes, folks, Stereo Stories now has its own postcard, courtesy of graphic designer Chris Rees.
As a teenage boy in a dark suburban room, I was a long way from the turnpikes of New Jersey. I didn't have a job, a car or a girl, just an Apollo 10-speed bicycle and a dungeon I called my own. What on earth was I connecting with here?
Stereo Stories' first concert for 2017 was a 90-minute show at The Stage Door Studio, an intimate performance space tucked away in a corner of the Wangaratta Showgrounds. The night kicked off with the starkness of State Trooper and finished with a rousing blues jam.
A medley of romantic stories to mark Valentine's Day: The Eels, Vince Jones, Bon Iver, The Church, The Beatles.
We're one week away from our first show for 2017: The Stage Door Studio in Wangaratta, northern Victoria. Hope you can get along.
The Black Saturday bushfires in Victoria, Australia on 7 February 2009 killed 174 people. These four stories include two by Stephen Andrew, who survived that day.