Nina Storey

The soulful and sexy Los Angeles-via-Colorado chanteuse delivers honest and hypnotic songs steeped in classic soul-pop. Elegantly stripped, Nina is as powerful as she is provocative. Nina’s latest CD, “Think Twice”, Produced by Chris Seefried [Andra Day, Counting Crows, Fitz and the Tantrums, Joseph Arthur], has the sensibility of an old- school soul record from the likes of Eartha Kitt, Diana Ross and the Ronettes with a modern, Bruno Mars pop edge.  Nina calls her uniqe sound, “Future Retro”.

 

Nina’s music has had wide placements on Television, Film and Commercials, including Nissan, AT&T, Heineken, Ford, Kellogg’s, Pepsi, Dr. Pepper, Coke and Hundai ; Days of Our Lives, My Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Angel From Hell, Say Yes To The Dress, So You Think You Can Dance, and Girlfriends, as well as on the big screen, American Girl, Stay Cool and The Broken Hearts Club.

 

Storey has performed alongside such acclaimed artists as: Keb'Mo', Etta James, Sara Bareilles, Reeve Carney, Sarah McLachlan, Rachel Platten, Jamie Cullum, and DeVotchKa.

 

She has also headlined numerous festivals, including the Montreal Jazz Festival, New Orleans’ JazzFest, Monterey Blues Festival, Red Rocks Amphitheatre, and the Boulder Arts Fest as well as sung the National Anthem for The Chicago Bulls, the Denver Broncos and the Colorado Rockies amongst several other teams.

  

In the Press:

• Nina has graced the front page of the Denver Post & Colorado Daily, and the cover of New Times Magazine, Good Times Magazine and Denver’s 5280 Magazine.

·       Featured on CNN, Showbiz Today, MTV Online and RollingStone.com.

·       People Magazine wrote, “With a voice like hers, pyrotechnics are redundant," while Music Connection proclaimed, "By far one of the most powerful and expressive voices in the business today, combining poignant storytelling with memorable melodies."

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Where to Find Nina:

itunes.com, .... nina storey.com,... facebook.com/ninastoreymusic,... twitter: ninastorey, youtube.com...soundcloud.com

 

In describing Storey’s vocal prowess, People Magazine wrote, "With a voice like hers, pyrotechnics are redundant," while Music Connection proclaimed, "By far one of the most powerful and expressive voices in the business today, combining poignant storytelling with memorable melodies." The Santa Cruz Sentinal described Nina’s music as “...Half Janis, Half Alanis, three parts Virgin Mary, one part Dirty Harry.”