Our set lists

//Our set lists
Our set lists 2017-10-04T11:32:08+00:00

Write Around The Murray Festival, Albury September 2017.

The set list for a Stereo Stories concert is a balance between light and shade,  laughter and  pathos,  tone and narrative.  And that’s just the stories.

Then we need to balance the music: some uptempo songs, some quiet songs, a touch of rock, a bit of blues, a twang of country…

Mixed in with those considerations is the coming and going of the writers/narrators, and the need for the band to sometimes change and re-tune instruments.

All in all, we’re creating a show that’s part-theatre, part-concert. Always big on story and song.

Our back catalogue of performance stories since we started in 2014 now runs to just over 50 songs. (There are a further 250 stories on the website.)

Williamstown Literary Festival, June 2017

 

Wangaratta, February 2017

 

Word For Word Festival, Geelong November 2016

 

 

 

Williamstown Literary Festival, May 2014. Our first gig.

 

Performance stories

A Good Year for the Roses
All Or Nothing At All
Aneurysm
Baby I Love Your Way /Show Me The Way
Bananas In Pyjamas
Before Too Long
Between The Bars
Blackhawk by Emmylou Harris
Black Widow/Devil’s Food
Born In Chicago
Caravan/Way Young Lovers Do
Cats In The Cradle
Crime In The City
Do You Really Want to Hurt Me?
El Condor Pasa
Everybody Moves
Everything You Can Think Of Is True
Evie
Forever Young
Free As a Bird /Beatles medley
Growin Up
Houndog  (Cold Chisel)
If I Could Turn Back Time
Into The Mystic
Jackson
Jeane
Keep Your Head Up
Killing Me Softly/Vincent
Letter from Robin To Batman
Lilli Marlene
Move It On Over /Hey Good Looking
Poor Places
Protection
Re: Stacks by Bon Iver
Riders On The Storm
Senses Working Overtime
She Bop
Sheep May Safely Graze
Show Me The Way/Baby I Love Your Way
Song Sung Blue
State Trooper
Sunday Morning Coming Down
Take It Easy
The Cape
The Mercy Seat
The Perfect Chord/Beatles medley
The Suburbs by Arcade Fire
Tonight I’ll Be Staying Here With You
Under The Milky Way
Undertow (L.Cohen)
We Can Work It Out
When You Walk In The Room