A bloke had a vague notion. The Williamstown Literary Festival turned it into a reality.
Given the literary aspect of Stereo Stories and the embracing, innovative nature of libraries, one should not be surprised that libraries have hosted quite a few of our concerts
In 2018 Andy really threw the cat amongst the pigeons with a story about an outrageous heavy metal song by The Osmonds (yes, The Osmonds).
The lovely chauffeur called the number on the wedding voucher and had a long gesticulating phone conversation in rapid-fire Italian. He hung up, turned to us and said, ‘Documents, she no arrive.’
At this time of the year the Stereo Stories ensemble is usually deep in rehearsals for what has become a cherished annual concert since 2016: our appearance at Write Around The Murray in Albury each September. Alas, this year is different.
There are 40 Strereo Stories across the two stations. Enough for a double-CD, or a triple album.
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.
It is five years since Joan Kirner, former Premier of Victoria, died of cancer. June 1, 2015. 76 years old. Amongst her many interests, Kirner was founding patron of the Williamstown Literary Festival.
Your front row seat to Stereo Stories on YouTube.
I hung out at punk squats with pet rats and drum kits. The black lipstick wasn’t a success, but then, is it ever?