First in: Nadine Bradley and Jorga Mason-Gale, both 14 from Grafton, waited from 7am outside Sanity to get their merchandise signed by Short Stack.
First in: Nadine Bradley and Jorga Mason-Gale, both 14 from Grafton, waited from 7am outside Sanity to get their merchandise signed by Short Stack.

Crowd goes black for Short Stack

EYELINER, facial piercings and black skinny-leg jeans were all you could see at Grafton Shoppingworld yesterday, all in the name of teen punk/pop sensations, Short Stack.

The trio from the NSW South Coast were in Sanity doing a signing, but with the level of excitement coming from the 200-strong crowd that gathered, you would have thought they were putting on a concert.

Nadine Bradley and Jorga Mason-Gale were the first in line after having arrived at the doors of Sanity at 7am.

The determined pair stayed at the front of the line until the boys arrived just after 10am

Short Stack walked into the store to thunderous applause and proceeded to sign countless posters, CDs, T-shirts and even a few concert tickets.

The boys also posed for photos and chatted with fans.


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