Brinsley Road, Camberwell 1973 Fitzroy, 2018 Just a perfect day You made me forget myself I thought I was someone else Someone good It’s summer and I’m lying on the floor of the lounge at my school, headphones plugged into one of several sockets around the room that connect to the stereo system. Someone [...]
You are at the American War Museum with your daughter. Same age as your brother was back then. No life and death decisions in her life.
Subiaco Oval, September 1969 The Astor Theatre, Mt Lawley, June 2019 It’s funny how things turn out. In 1969 my friend Les Holmes and I got on the overnight train from Kalgoorlie to Perth headed for the WAFL grand final between East Perth and West Perth. After years of grand final misery (losses to Perth [...]
We're off to Albury once again, courtesy of the Write Around The Murray Festival.
While my angsty former beau was feigning suffering, Cobain had lived it and provided the soundtrack.
Welcome to Centre Stage, where we shine the spotlight on Stereo Stories' most enduring writers.
We rehearsed a great deal for our debut. The gig was in the clubrooms of the St Albans Football Club on a winter’s night, with a pig on a spit, a few barrels and a good-sized crowd.
He is a Kylie tragic, and the CD that’s playing in the car is a compilation.
so often a jazz performance /only swings with sub-Coltrane licks/but experimentalism is the whipping boy/ of evolution
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.