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.
Alice Bishop ponders the crossroads of love and marriage, of blues and women, of cotton fields and the Mississippi.
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.
In the third of our Rewind series we take a look back at Nick Gadd's touching story of tending to his infant daughter Genny (who recently turned 21!).
In the second of our Rewind series, we re-visit Nathan Johnson's piece about visiting North Korea in 2013. In the evenings your group is confined to your hotel. You have few entertainment options, but the hotel karaoke lounge is open, empty and even has Western songs. You look through the song list and make your selection.
In the first of our Rewind series, we re-visit Rachael Howlett's terrific story about suburbia and buying the 7-inch single of Antmusic by Adam And The Ants. I just knew it was time to break out some of my pocket money to buy this tune and rattled my blue State Bank of Victoria moneybox until [...]
Imogen Knight recalls seeing Soundgarden and then Chris Cornell solo at two distinct stages of her life: 1991 and 2015.
Like A Stone by Audioslave was Ali Schnabel's topic for a Grade Six presentation/show-and-tell. Her teacher and her classmates were a little taken aback.
Vin Maskell Coatesville Bowling Club, Bentleigh. Monday 1 November, 2010. Cup Eve. In a way the evening was Broadway Danny Rose meets Cocoon. But more moving. Much more moving.