Stereo Stories: Live at Williamstown Library

Vin Maskell’s Stereo Stories site brought musicians, writers and artists together for their April gig at the Williamstown Library last weekend.

“More than 60 people filled The Gallery at the Williamstown Library on Sunday afternoon April 19 for the latest compelling performance of Stereo Stories.

The ensemble of 13 writers and musicians entertained the audience with nine Stereo Stories, including several debuts:

Darren ‘Smokie’ Dawson’s  humourous yarn about how Paul Kelly’s Before Too Long was a deal-breaker in a teenage relationship…”


To read the full wrap up of the latest Stereo Stories gathering and to check out some of the great contributions on the site CLICK HERE




  1. Jim Johnson says

    Vin, your Music afternoon reminds me of Col Joye and Bye Bye Baby Good Bye, which Cole performed on the combined “In Melbourne – In Sydney Tonight Show” which was on Early Coaxial Cable in the 1960’s. I remember this because I performed on the same program singing a little Irish number entitled Leprechaun Lullaby. At the same period of time I was Vocalist for a Swing – Jazz band entitled “The Gold Tones Orchestra” of Terang that played for a Sunday Night Dance at The Warrnambool Surf Club. At this same period of time I was a member of The Squadronairs Concert Party that “Entertained” at Elderly Citizens Clubs around Melbourne including The Newport Elderly Citizens Club, a few Stab Punts away from your Williamstown event. It was at this Elderly Citizens Club event that I met my wife 50 years ago. It is amazing how Music can control some of our steps along the way of life. End of very short story. I wish you well for your future events.
    Regards. Stab Punt Jim.

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