Nina Storey has a lot to say. This powerful and provocative chanteuse delivers wildly catchy, enthralling songs steeped in a classic soulful sound that has you moving to every moment.
Nina’s latest single, “Sound System” on SONY/RED. This infectious dance-pop tune showcases Nina’s captivating voice with an anthemic melody, set against a heart pumping backbeat. The song is co-written and produced by rising EDM star producer, and Colorado native, James Egbert.
Nina has also released a retro 90’s, electro pop project called, “Astral Queen” that has just released its first single, “Take It All The Way” out now on Spotify.
• Nina has sold over 45,000 albums independently
• Performed at numerous festivals, including the Montreal Jazz Festival, New Orleans’ JazzFest, Jazz Aspen, Monterey Blues Festival, High Sierra Festival Telluride Blues Festival
• Sung the National Anthem teams such as The Chicago Bulls, the Denver Broncos and the Colorado Rockies.
• Performed alongside such artists as: Keb’Mo’, Etta James, Sara Bareilles, Rachel Platten, Fitz And The Tantrums, Jamie Cullum, and Andy Grammar
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.
ïFeatured 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.”
That Song Sounds Familiar…
• Storey has appeared in numerous national commercials, including Nissan, AT&T, Ford, Kellogg’s, Pepsi, Dr. Pepper, Coke, Heineken and Hundai while her music has been heard on CBS’s, Angel From Hell, FOX’S, My Crazy Ex- Girlfriend and So You Think You Can Dance, NBC’s, Days of Our Lives, TLC’s, Say Yes To The Dress, as well as on the big screen, with American Girl and The Broken Hearts Club.
Nina’s prolific writing also has her making waves in the literary and television worlds as well, as she’s begun a literary blog, Strangelyoptimistic.com, filled with stories of her life on the road. These comedic essays are also in development for a scripted television series based on her life adventures.