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1008, 2014

Stereo Stories

“Unforgettable night. Stories; memories; fragments of life; moments in time; all told within the mood of music. At times soft and seductive, at other times throbbing and beating; stories in stereo. Rich and enveloping, the words and tunes weave together.” Donata Carazza, director, 2022 Mildura Writers Festival.



'An utterly unique concept' blends music and memories -  read more at The Age, 3 January 2022

Stereo Stories in concert 2022

Memo Music Hall, St Kilda. Sunday 9 January. See Against the odds.

The Commercial Hotel, Terang. Saturday 5 March. See Thank you, Terang.

Williamstown Literary Festival. Friday 17 June.  Details here.

Mildura Writers Festival. Friday 15 July. Details here.

Port Fairy Literary Weekend, Saturday 3 September. Details here.

Write Around The Murray. Saturday 17 September. Details here.


Like thousands of other musicians, bands, writers, performers, actors, we have lost gigs the past two years due to Covid. We wish all those in the arts industry the very best in these hard times.


For our Latest Stories simply keep scrolling down.

(We post two new stories most weeks.)

For details of shows, see our Concerts & YouTube page.

For credits for the above video clip, see our August 2020 postcard

600 songs, 600 stories. See our A to Z list of stories.

230 writers. See our A to Z list of contributors.

Write a Stereo Story. See our guidelines.

Every so often you come across a song which can demolish you; take you down in slow-mo, floor by floor like an old hotel, ending in a puff of plaster and dust. Maria Majsa, writing about Between The Bars by Elliot Smith.

3110, 2016

$$ Spoilers $$ by Jarrow

David Oke The Dancing Dog, Footscray, May 2015 Heather and I grinned and looked at each other through the night, as if to say, ‘How did all this happen?’ ‘Is our son really this good?’ and ‘Who would have believed this?’

102, 2023

700 reflections. Vin M.

Whether it be websites or concerts, radio or books or podcasts, there is no shortage of personal stories about the songs that shape our lives.