Stereo Stories In Concert
Grand Finale at Williamstown Literary Festival, 16 June 2018: writers, band and audience enjoy a rollicking version of Cats In The Cradle at the tail of Danny Katz’s hilarious story about parenting. Photo by Eric Algra.
Our next show is at Write Around The Murray Festival in Albury, Saturday 8 September (for the third year running). More details.
Many thanks to the audiences who came along to our back-to-back concerts at the Williamstown Literary Festival and the Glen Eira Story Telling Festival in June 2018. Here’s a photo essay of the show at Williamstown.
Arnold Zable, author (Cafe Scheherazade, Violin Lessons): “Stereo Stories is a great venture that encourages experimentation, and creativity, and nurtures stories of heart, soul and daring. ”
Markus Zusak, author (The Book Thief): “Stereo Stories feels like the perfect way to make a writers festival that extra bit more special. The personal stories entwined with the songs transcends any other event I’ve been involved with. I bloody loved every moment, and left just wanting more.” Markus was part of our show at the 2017 Williamstown Literary Festival, where he and The Stereo Stories Band channelled Crime In The City by Neil Young.
Andy Griffiths, author (The Treehouse Series): “Stereo Stories is the perfect blend of words, story and music. The writers’ stories are powerfully supported and enhanced by the amazingly versatile and evocative Stereo Stories band through a whole range of emotions. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry and most importantly, you’ll hear each song with fresh ears and new meaning.”
“Stereo Stories has emerged from a melting pot of writers and musicians to become one of the most interesting ways for people to enjoy, understand, and connect with the live performance of songs that have been pivotal in people’s lives. ” – Michael Stewart, Director, Newport Folk Festival, Melbourne
See also Word of Mouth
For enquiries about performances, contact Vin Maskell
For details of shows, see our Gig Guide
Every so often you come across a song which can demolish you; take you down in slow-mo, floor by floor like an old hotel, ending in a puff of plaster and dust. Maria Majsa, writing about Between The Bars by Elliot Smith.