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Praise for Stereo Stories’ debut performance

June 6, 2014


Stereo Stories’ debut performance at the Williamstown Literary Festival on Saturday 31 May was warmly received by a very enthusiastic audience. The performance, held in the old Williamstown Council Chambers (replete with wood panelling, flags and photos of past mayors), featured eight Stereo Stories. There was pathos, humour, local cultural history and plenty of  fine music. More […]

Willy Lit Fest 2014: cycling, music, words.

April 29, 2014


Early bird tickets are now on sale for the Williamstown Literary Festival in late May. I’m chairing two sessions: The Spoke ‘n’ Word on Tuesday evening 27 May will feature cyclists/authors Tom Doig, Kate Leeming, Greg Foyster and Sophie Chishkovsky talking about their (very) long-distance cycling adventures. Stereo Stories Live Volume 1 on Saturday afternoon […]

50 songs, 50 stories

October 19, 2013


October has been a big month for Stereo Stories, the project I started with my good friend Dave Linden just under twelve months ago. The Stephen Andrew story about Rocktober 1975 generated plenty of hits and memories and the John Weldon story about the Kiss song Take Me (from his novel Spincycle) marked our 50th […]

Tune in to Stereo Stories

January 5, 2013


The One Song at A Time project, which began on this blog in the middle of 2012, is now called Stereo Stories. Stereo Stories has its own website and Facebook page, thanks to my good friend and ever-patient collaborator Dave Linden. There are 14 songs and stories currently on Stereo Stories, including yarns about XTC’s […]