Celebrate the Oils at a spoken-word event at the Flem-Ken Bowls Club on Thursday evening 2 November, just a few days before the Oils hit Hanging Rock and then Melbourne town.
After sell out shows this year in Wangaratta (February), Williamstown (June), and Albury (September), the Stereo Stories caravan rolls into Newport on Saturday evening 25 November. We'll be doing a two-hour show at the Newport Bowls Club. Our guest writers include Andy Griffiths, Rijn Collins, Darren ‘Smokie’ Dawson, Nick Gadd and Rick Kane, all [...]
It's high time The Stereo Stories Band had its own permanent page on our website. After all, with no band, there would be no concerts.
I’m driving my son to his mate’s house and he’s flicking through stations on the car radio, trying to find a decent pop song to listen to - something that doesn’t sound like it was composed using sampled microwave keypad beeps. Then he’s accidentally flicked onto a golden oldies station. He’s keen to flick off, but I tell him to wait a sec.
In the space of thirty seconds I’ve gone from being bored to horny to a tragic figure whose only true love is dead.
Our Albury concert on Saturday 16 September is just about sold out, with only 18 tickets, of 110, available as of Monday afternoon, 4 September.
Here at Stereo Stories we celebrate Fathers' Day not with gifts of angle grinders and barbecues and golf balls but with stories, a dozen in all.
Wichita Lineman means a lot to me. I used to play it for my beloved when we first met: I was trying to impress her with my guitar skills because she didn't seem too impressed by my conversation, my sexual prowess, or my recipe for spicy peanut satay sauce. A tough one to break.
Stereo Stories is delighted to be invited to return to Albury,New South Wales, for the Write Around The Murray Festival. We'll be performing at the festival on Saturday evening, 16 September.
Was One Perfect Day by The Little Heroes a perfect pop song? The song's writer, Roger Wells, never thought so, as he told Stereo Stories two years ago.