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Nina Storey

by Nina Storey

Singer/songwriter, Nina Storey from Boulder, Colorado, blends an eclectic sound of blues, rock, funk and pop with powerful lyrics, and a raw,soulful, yet intimate voice.
Genre: Blues: Blues Vocals
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1. Nothing Left To Burn
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2. Ill Communication
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3. Cowboy
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4. Be Wtih You Tonight
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5. Shoulder
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6. In The Dream
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7. Looks Can Be Deceiving
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8. Never Gonna Get It
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9. 24 Heures a Montreal
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10. Up My Sleeve
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11. Bullyman
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12. Ready
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13. And Now
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14. Better Man
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15. When I'm Gone
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Nina Storey


Singer/songwriter from Boulder, Colorado, Nina Storey, blends an eclectic sound of blues, rock, funk and pop. She has been compared to a diverse group of artists such as Janis Joplin, Chaka Kahn, Tori Amos, Whitney Houston and Billie Holiday.

Nina has just released a new live CD entitled, “24 Off The Board” which showcases Nina’s raw, intimate and explosive voice, as well as her catchy melodic yet thought provoking lyrics and music. She has independently written, recorded and released five CDs; “Guilt and Honey”, “Bootleg”, “Shades”, “Nina Storey” and “ 24 Off The Board.” Both “Shades” and “Nina Storey” were released to national and critical acclaim, and have received extensive radio airplay throughout the country on mainstream, Triple A, independent and college radio stations. It can be heard in all of Nina’s work; her voice is mesmerizing and her music is touching, funny, candid, poetic, and always passionate.

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 and several of Colorado’s top magazines including Westword and 5280 Magazine, who have named her vocalist and songwriter of the year.

Nina’s live performance is as riveting as it is honest, as she brings the listener with her on her journey of sound, and emotion. She has opened for and toured with such captivating artists as Etta James, Earth Wind and Fire, Keb Mo’, Jonny Lang, Joan Osborne, and John Lee Hooker. Her performance is equally moving in both larger and smaller venues as was heard in The Lilith Fair, Woodstock ’99, The Montreal International Jazz Festival, The Monterey Blues Festival, The New Orleans Jazz Festival, and Red Rocks Amphitheater; as well as her solo piano acoustic performances at The High Sierra Festival, or on the live performance TV series, “Spotlight on Performing Songwriter.” She has also had unforgettable performances singing with the Colorado Symphony at Fiddler’s Green Amphitheater, and singing the National Anthem for numerous sports teams around the country, including the Chicago Bulls, the Colorado Avalanche, and the Denver Broncos at Invesco Field at Mile High for the AFC Championship.

Her songs have been featured in both film and television. “If I Were An Angel” was featured on ABC’s hit TV show, “Alias.” “Left” was featured in “Broken Heart’s Club” (Sony Pictures), and four songs from “Shades” were featured in the film, “Public/Private” (North Sea Films).

In July 2004, Jazziz Magazine will feature Nina, and her new single, “All the Little Things”, on their new compilation CD. Nina has also been selected to endorse Klipsch Audio as they have said, “the passion this emerging singer songwriter displays…proves she’s a true original.”

Nina’s presence on stage and on record is truly unforgettable. Her voice is powerful, yet intimate and sultry. And while her music is diverse, it is always connected. This is why Nina’s eclectic soulful style is one that identifies her as a genuine talent like no other.


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Nicole Dinger

Young and fresh
Europe is waiting for you.

phlapps

24 hours
the song 24 hours in montreal,should be a radio hit.a soft tender voice to powerful crescendos !! more more ! !

Mary, CA

don't plan to stay seated
This CD is a beautiful compilation of fun, funk and sultry, sassy style. Nina's voice serves the music and the lyrics in the most authentic of ways. Whether the sound is one of slow, melodic yummy, or funky, happenin' blues-- your butt will be a swayin'....hummin' helps too. Spread the word-- this is a true artist.

Erin Elfant-Rea and Ben Elfant-Rea

Depth and Talent of Incredible Enormity
This CD showcases Nina's incredible ability to integrate serenity with intensity. "Bigger Than Me" is a testimony to the power of existence, and is perhaps one of the most important songs ever written. Nina is as alive in her songs about isolation and pain ("Father's Daughter) as she is in her seductive tunes ("Summertime"). Her talent is breath-taking!

Kelly Finnell

Don't miss out!
I only found Nina Storey because of CD Baby. Pandora does not work on Tori Amos because it only picks up on the piano and the softness of her voice and recommends boring artists - or rather artists with boring lyrics. I found the CD Baby site and Nina was listed for people who like Tori Amos, etc. And it's true- Nina Storey is both talented AND interesting. My favorite lyrics on his cd - the song -Be With You Tonight: "when I told you my secrets you turned around and spoke such bitter lies, yes you did, you know you did. So won't you please stop appeasing me your compliments are really threats in disguise." She has an amazing voice and her own style too - so don't miss out and check out Shades too, it's great!

Jake

Knock Me Over
Hard hitting killer voice with a nice rough edge, then the next second... then she's soft and smooth... Great songs! Rock On!

dannyboy

Fantastic
Fantastic

Dave Green

A fun CD that makes you feel good!
Nina's voice captures your attention and makes you want more. Her words can be serious and make you think. Or, she can just be fun and make you feel good. Sometimes I like to put this CD away for a while and then play it and marvel at the beautiful sounds and words.

Donna Diasio

One of the great woman vocalists of our time.
Stunning, as usual.

CD Baby


Here's an artist to definitely keep your eye on. Most striking is her ability to go from sensitive female pop to quaint and intimate piano pop to flirty but growling blues rock and funky soul pop. She finds a way to tie together all these styles with her high-frequency, sassy but fleshy voice. It's not often that an artist with the pipes to fit female pop also has the guts to deliver the blues without coming off thin and underwhelming. But not Nina. Hailing from Boulder, Colorado she's got to be one of the most agile artists I've heard in quite awhile. However, it's not the type of versatility that makes you wish she'd pick a style. Every track is convincing. Every track feels like the title track. Give it a whirl.
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