Almanac Music: Stereo Stories in Terang


Smokie Dawson returns to the Stereo Stories stage at  The Commercial Hotel, Terang on Saturday 5 March.


Smokie’s fellow guest writers will be novelist Jock Serong and essayist Zoë Krupka. They’ll all be joined by The Stereo Stories Band, as each writer narrates a story based around a song. For Smokie, it will be songs by The Church and, ah, Dean Martin. For Jock, a humorous and poignant story about the day he met New Zealand singer Marlon Williams. For Zoë , stories based around A Good Year For The Roses and Senses Working Overtime.


Band members will also be narrating stories, as well as playing the songs.


Get along to Terang, folks.

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  1. Colin Ritchie says

    Should be a cracker Vin! I’m unable to make it as I will be in Adelaide for Writers Week. Hope it goes well.

  2. roger lowrey says

    Tickets Smokie? FFS tickets my dear boy?

    The above with no disrespect mate but I’ll have to check with TCB of course.

    Perfectly good train service to Terang which your unworthy author once played a pivotal role in saving mind you – but perhaps that is for others to determine and for debate another day of course.

    Hey JTH – yes I’m lookng at you – do the FA rules preclude long overdue regional functions? Channeling that old Imperial Leather soap ad, “Simon, Teramg looks nice.”

    Just a thought.


  3. Anything is possible.

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