We're delighted to announce that, thanks to MEMO Music Hall's publicist, we are featured in The Age today, in a piece promoting our gig this Sunday afternoon, 9 January.
Listen to Cher Finver of Nevada narrate her story about Innocent Man, backed by The Stereo Stories Band.
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.
We crossed the border this morning. Six hundred miles. Sorry. Six hundred stories. No-one there to check our licence, registration.
We cannot play any gigs at the moment, but we can look back with pride and look forward with hope. Check out our new video clip.
Stereo Stories published its 500th story this morning.
Here he is on the telly. Careering about in a golf buggy. Dancing. Having a ball. I find the song on the interweb and YouTube tells me it’s had 593,254,616 views. So far. Incomprehensible.
David Oke, a prolific Stereo Stories writer, will be on BBC Radio 4's Soul Music program today, talking about the anthemic song Wind Of Change by German band Scorpions.
Take a peek inside the Stereo Stories photo albums, including our recent photo shoot.
James Reyne was unable to mask his concern, yelling into the microphone: “We are not coming back on until you have all stopped fighting!” And with that, the band hurriedly disappeared from the stage.