Chris Phillips had a secret motive when she wrote her Stereo Story based on Van Morrison’s Into The Mystic.
Tender singing, evocative slide guitar, comedic timing, full-band high-energy: this month's edition of Centre Stage shines the spotlight on the unassuming Peter Maskell.
At our second-ever show - Newport Folk Festival in Melbourne, 2014 – a folk and blues musician from Wangaratta caught the tail-end of our 45 minute set in the scout hall.
Photo by Eric Algra. Geelong Library 2016. Rijn Collins was part of our very first show, at the Williamstown Literary Festival in 2014. But she wasn't there. Laryngitis. A croaky, very croaky, voice rang to apologise. The band, and a fill-in narrator, performed her very dry, very funny travel story about Jackson by [...]
Congratulations to Stereo Stories writer Nick Gadd on the publication of his second novel, Death of a Typographer.
Rick Kane loves music. That’s what shines through his stories. He cherishes music, he savours music, he lives for music.
Our latest Centre Stage column shines the light on New Zealand writer Maria Majsa.
In the third of our Centre Stage series we shine the light on David Oke, one of our most prolific writers.
Darren 'Smokie' Dawson loves his footy, his cricket, his hats and his music. He came into Stereo Stories' orbit via The Footy Almanac.
Welcome to Centre Stage, where we shine the spotlight on Stereo Stories' most enduring writers.