Nicole Stella

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March 2021

This month's content

A message from me

A Song in the Day: music history pills

March Secret Song: Ballad of a Father/Teenage Medley

How I wrote Ballad of a Father

March Secret Poem: Newport (and another "secret song"!)

Extra gift: Moon

A Message from Me

Welcome to the Listeners' Club!

I am so happy you are part of this project.

It is a new idea for me, so I hope the content and the system I designed for you meet your expectations.


Your support is very important for me, so thank you again for subscribing.


Down here, you'll find all the content I made for you: some articles on my favorite songs (published on a daily basis), a song dedicated to John Lennon, a video about its songwriting process (with a tutorial for my musician friends), a poem, and the whole Music & Stories collection in PDF format.


Let me know what you think of these!



P.S.: keep an email on your email and/or on the members-only posts on BuyMeACoffee for all the updates about our monthly hangout!

A Song in the Day


Listen to my favorite tracks with me (and find out more about their story!).

Click on the image above to access the blog.

Ballad of a Father/Teenage Medley


This song is actually a medley. It is formed by two different songs I wrote when I was a teenager. The first one was inspired by the letter Nicola Sacco wrote to his son before being killed. The second one was inspired by Ireland. Enjoy!


A little technical note: by clicking on the image above you'll be directed to my Soundcloud profile. On Soundcloud, you should be able to stream the track at your leisure (even offline). You can also download it, but you will need a Soundcloud profile for that (sorry...). If you don't have a Soundcloud profile and you don't want one, write me an email (info@nicolestella.com) and I'll send you an MP3. 

How I Wrote Ballad of a Father


These two haikus were inspired by the performance of Bob Dylan at the Newport Folk Festival, when he first went electric.


Quite a bold move!




​See you next month for some more music & words!

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