In the first of a very occasional series we trace the travels of the Stereo Stories coffee mug!
Stereo Stories writer John Butler and his partner Marion this year opened Everybody Knows Books, a second-hand bookshop in Ballarat.
A big thank-you to The MEMO Music Hall in St Kilda for kindly re-scheduling our 14 November 2021 show to Sunday 9 January, 4pm, 2022.
Stereo Stories photographer Eric Algra is currently putting the finishing touches to a wonderful collection of photographs that are to be published in a new book, Rock ‘n’ Roll City.
We couldn't play at the Write Around the Murray Festival in Albury this year, so at the invitation of the festival, we made a little video. A postcard, you could call it.
Given so many Stereo Stories (or stories in general ) are about rites of passage, and formative years, it’s no surprise we have a collection of short music-memoirs about schooldays. Just over 20 stories, including contributions from noted authors Tony Birch and Melanie Cheng, and our RocKwiz colleague Brian Nankervis.
We have a handful of stories inspired by The Rolling Stones. Just the five, which may be a fraction surprising.
Jenny Valentish will be joining us for our Memo Music Hall show in Melbourne on Sunday afternoon 14 November.
Canadian writer Bill Arnott brought a new dimension to Stereo Stories when he started sending in some jazz poems in mid-2020 . He sent YouTube clips of himself narrating the poems. While driving the empty streets of Vancouver in lockdown..
'Voice' is not a song. It's a book. A slim volume. Just 90 small pages. But a weighty tome.