One of my fondest childhood memories is dancing with my father to Sammy Davis Jnr singing Rhythm Of Life from the soundtrack to the 1969 musical Sweet Charity.
Knowing my father’s especially strong dislike for Rod Stewart, I quickly scrolled past, until my father spoke.
Urgency is dictating that we move more quickly now, so we forge on past rave tents full of writhing, scantily dressed youngsters, many with glazed eyes.
While I can't remember being read The Very Hungry Caterpillar when I was a child, I do remember Sympathy For The Devil blaring in the car while I was still in a booster seat.
I’m watching Dad working on the huge driftwood table he’s been making out of wood that he’s found and dragged home from the beach.
Even before the idea of children, the words haunted me. A porcelain pure girl who leaves her dolls and her prince and her silly old bear when adulthood corrupts her imagination.
Most teenagers don’t want to be seen dead with their parents, let alone dance with them, but for some reason, I knew magic was being created in this little Dee Why record shop.
Fathers and fatherhood are universal themes. Here at Stereo Stories we mark Fathers' Day not with gifts of beer and barbecues and balls but with fatherhood stories. Jane Leonard, NT McQueen, Brian Nankervis, Lucia Nardo, Maria Majsa, Nick Gadd, David Oke, Zaza N, Danny Katz, Hugh Jones and many more. Unwrap the Stereo Stories Fathers' [...]
Luke Davies pays tribute to his father, via Frank Sinatra's version of My Way.
Stephen Andrew The road from Hurstbridge to St Andrews, summer, 2000 I pulled off the road and spun the wheel of my iPod. I dialled up Cornershop singing Brimful of Asha. Tenzin listened intently and then said, “Play that again, Dad.”