Sweet dreams are made of this: an appreciative audience of 450 people listening, crying, laughing, singing along.
Carpenter became a recluse: first painting houses, then studying to become a Buddhist monk. He drifted between cities during those lost years, buffeted by unknown storms.
As fitting as it was to imagine Mrs Hart perched atop a fleecy cloud, my sympathies were firmly with her howling, motherless child.
With more than 400 tickets sold on the ground floor, balcony seating is now available for our concert on Saturday evening, 15 June.
House concerts, anyone?
Like A Stone by Audioslave was Ali Sipahi's topic for a Grade Six presentation/show-and-tell. Her teacher and her classmates were taken back a little.
Bridge of Clay is the new novel by Markus Zusak, author of The Book Thief. The new novel has been a long time coming. More than a dozen years. Stereo Stories had the privilege of Markus Zusak joining us onstage at the 2017 Williamstown Literary Festival where, backed by The Stereo Stories Band playing [...]
Writer Torre DeRoche savours the moment when story meets song. For the third year running Stereo Stories was delighted to play at the Write Around The Murray Festival in Albury. Our 2018 show, on September 8, was a combination of stories by our ensemble and by two guests of the festival, Chris Hammer [...]
The Luke Davies benefit gig on Sunday 7 October in Wangaratta is booked out.
Our next concert is Saturday 8 September at the delightful Write Around The Murray Festival in Albury.