At our final 2017 show we performed another mix of moving stories, plus tributes to Tom Petty (via Stop Dragging My Heart Around), Malcolm Young (Rock And Roll Ain’t Noise Pollution), George Young (Guitar Band) and David Cassidy (Cherish).
Stereo Stories' final show for 2017 is a two-hour concert at the Newport Bowls Club on Saturday evening 25 November. Hope to see you there.
While I loved music and sat in class day-dreaming that the girl sitting in front of me in class was the girl Marc Bolan swooned over in Hot Love, I hated school, a situation reflected in my term reports.
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 [...]
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.
Folder of up-to-date stories, with correct cues and prompts? Yes. Postcards? Yes. Music stands? Yes. Stage banner? Yes. Plastic blue case? Yes.
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.
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.
Thank you, Williamstown, for being so much a part of our show at the Williamstown Literary Festival on Saturday 17 June.