Nina Storey is a 21st Century soul singer-songwriter whose voice has been called, "...half Janis and half Alanis, and whose arresting delivery is three parts Virgin Mary and one part Dirty Harry".
* She has just released a new single and music video for “This Naked Woman”. It showcases Nina’s soulful, sultry and powerful voice as well as her provocative lyrical and musical sound.
* Nina’s latest CD, entitled, "24 Off The Board" is a live double disc set that captures Nina raw, explosive, and in her most natural element.
* Nina's sound incorporates blues, funk, soul, and rock with a singer/songwriter sensibility. Nina calls it "21st Century Soul".
* Over the past few years, Nina has performed both internationally and nationally at major festivals including the Sundance Film Festival, Montreal Jazz Festival, AT&T Lodo Music Festival, Lilith Fair, The American Music Festival, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, Monterrey Blues Festival, Jazz Aspen, Red Rocks Amphitheatre, and The House of Blues in many parts of the country.
* Nina has written, produced and recorded 5 CD's, a single and 2 videos while touring and performing with some of the countries finest artists including Etta James, Buddy Guy, Earth Wind and Fire, John Lee Hooker, Joan Osborne, Keb Mo', Jonny Lang, Robert Cray, Sara McLaughlin, and the Allman Brothers.
* Nina has also placed many of her songs in film and television, including ABC's, "Alias", and Sony Picture's, "Broken Heart's Club".
* She has also just taped her network debut, on-camera performance for the WB Network sitcom, "Girlfriends". (formerly the WB Network, now the CW) to air in October 2006.
* She has been featured on CNN Showbiz Today, MTV Online, and Rolling Stone Online. In addition, she has received rave reviews in publications such as; People Magazine, Billboard Magazine, Performing Songwriter, Music Connection, Totally Adult, Jazziz Magazine and several of Colorado’s top magazines including Westword and 5280 Magazine, who have named her vocalist and songwriter of the year.
* Nina can be seen in concert from coast to coast, on Frontier Airlines in-flight television channel, “Wild Blue Yonder.” She was also featured in concert on The Travel Channel for the program, “Trista and Ryan’s Honeymoon Hotspots.”
* In the Summer of 2006 Nina had five songs featured in the new film, "Foreign Soil", including the original theme song, "One Moment".
"With a voice like hers pyrotechnics are redundant."
“Formal training and theory aside, songwriting is at heart a mysterious process that’s probably driven by as many different creative impulses as there are composers. In the case of Nina Storey, the desire to write songs was a natural outgrowth of her extraordinary gifts as a vocalist. “
“…By far one of the most powerful and expressive voices in the business today. Combining poignant storytelling with memorable melodies, Storey delivers music that is first-rate and poised to take her place in the company of Tori Amos and Sarah McLachlan.”
"...Soulful sparkplug Nina Storey might well be called LA NIÑA …can stir up a storm when she belts out her self-penned soul-funk tunes. She’s starting to build an out-of-state audience and her album, “Shades” (on Colorado label Nina Storey Music), shows she has what it takes to become a national Storey.”
-The Denver Post
“…But you soon learn her vulnerability is her strength. As her song "Looks Can Be Deceiving" off her self-titled CD illustrates, she is like a butterfly as her voice flits and flutters over the notes with delicacy, then in a blink of an eye, morphs into a raptor and plucks up a note and takes it and you for a ride. Storey’s voice can be described as nothing less than clear, powerful and agile.”
-Boston Girl Guide
"...Nina Storey whose voice is half Janis and half Alanis, and whose arresting delivery is three parts Virgin Mary and one part Dirty Harry"
-Good Times Magazine
"With a voice of fire and quicksilver, Nina Storey is preparing to announce her arrival.“
-The Santa Cruz Sentinel
“She puts so much energy, verve and soul into her shows that she can barely whisper when greeting well-wishers after a performance …if there’s any justice in world, she should become a huge star.
-Monterey County Herald
“Nina Storey’s voice lives in outer space. When you hear it over the notes of a piano or guitar, it’s weightless. Gravity melts away at the first notice of this singer songwriter’s vocals, returning only when her breath fades away…. Listen to her voice and try to believe that her vocals aren’t just as continuous as planetary rings.”
- Vail Daily