Julian Munyard’s Stokesauce: Life’s Beverage

Stokesauce is Movement, it’s a Journey

Stokesauce is my Brand, highlighting interesting music, art, demos, spacejunk, ideas, and anything else that takes my fancy,

Stokesauce is my BAND, a great team of musician having fun an performance live at various venues along the Sunshine Coast.

Stokesauce is the salt water which runs out of your nose, (mostly at an inconvenient time), but useually after a fun surf in the ocean,  so for example you’ve been in the surf most of the day, and enjoyed the delights of the ocean, and after the surf you sitting in the sunshine chatting with your friend, and as you turn your head to the side to to share a story, the ocean pours out your nose.  That my friend is STOKESAUCE

Stokesauce is my radio show, at aNONradio.net and at https://stokesauce.com

Stokesauce is Art,  I publish original Art, Music and Media and Graphics

It’s a movement, a journey, it’s a lot of fun. I may crash the plane, but I’ll just get out and jump into a new one. If you were at all interested, you could look at my other projects.

Stokesauce is a Newsletter: Once a week I publish a newsletter about things I find interesting amongst the topics of music, art, business and philosophy.

An independent radio station created for your ears, where I play music, interview people, and talk.

https://stokesauce.com
https://julianmunyard.com
https://julianmunyard.bandcamp.com

The Julian Munyard Band: Beerwah Hotel on Tuesday August 10, 2021

Live at the Beerwah Hotel on Tuesday August 10, 2021

Tuesday August 10, 2021

The Musos once more enjoyed the Julian Munyard band (Julian, Bakani. Jack, Sam, and Max) on Tuesday night. Thank you to this youthful outfit, brimming with talent, for their commitment, presenting such a tight show. Players two and three times their age could certainly pick up some tips! After a superb set of originals (Julian played his album plus two new songs) the band was pressed for an encore and shocked me (and perhaps others) by performing the old Kenny Rogers classic the Gambler! I have nothing against country music of course and this song with its “ace that we might keep” (“every hand’s a winner and every hand’s a loser…”) has a lot going for it. The band’s version was entertaining too, so it probably says more about me that I should have anticipated something perhaps more recent or at least closer in style to Julian’s own writing. Good on you mate, keep dealing out the surprises…

 

Julian Munyard Band Six String Studio

Treasure Chest by Julian Munyard released 11 December 2020

I’m pleased to share Treasure Chest with you which I released on the 11th of December 2020, it’s available Apple Music, Spotify, Soundcloud and all the other popular places.

Add it to your playlists and share it in all the right places. – Thanks.

Treasure Chest by Julian Munyard

Treasure Chest by Julian Munyard released 11 December 2020

TELEVISION by Julian Munyard released 30th October 2020

I released TELEVISION on the 30th of October 2020. It’s a fun song, share it around, link it, add it to your playlist, tell your friends. Available on Soundcloud, Apple and Spotify, Deezer … and dozens of other places. #julianmunyard

TELEVISION by Julian Munyard

Album Artwork

TELEVISION by Julian Munyard released 30th October 2020

Television Lyrics

Television

The television is talking to me
don't pay attention, won't ya just let me be
I started walking away from its scream,
can’t get away from its haunting me
show me who I am

The walls are painted with colorless blues
the one I want is too far up to choose
turn on the boob tube, I’m ready to loose
cure my boredom, tell me the news
show me who I am

When I tune in
come on excuse it now
I watched you, you taught me
and now you won't let go
la la, la la la la

I’m busy looking at the world through a whole,
watching the pictures change and unfold
Tell me who I am, who you want me to be,
messiah program, help rebuild me,
show me who I am

the television is talking to me
station to station, its all part of me
and I am still walking away from its scream,
on the receiver, I watch you tonight
Show me who I am

When I tune in
come on excuse it now
I watched you, you taught me
and now you won't let go
la la, la la la la