COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Pop singer and Colorado native Nina Storey will perform at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs at 7 p.m. on April 2 at Clyde’s.
The concert is sponsored by the UCCS Office of Student Activities and UCCS Radio. The show will start at 5 p.m. and is free and open to the public.
Storey has been interviewed regularly on UCCS Radio, and after a successful concert at the Stargazers venue in January, Storey will follow up with another performance at UCCS.
“We are very excited to have such a talented performer visit UCCS,” said station manager Brandon Ortega. “Nina Storey is an up-and-coming musician, and we wanted to bring her to the university so the community can enjoy a great concert.”
Nina’s forthcoming album, Think Twice, delivers honest and hypnotic songs steeped in classic soul-pop. Storey describes the record as having “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.”
In addition to Nina Storey, the concert event will feature other local artists, including VetLyfe, Doe Renee, A Black Day, and the Hopeful Heroines.
About Nina Storey
Storey has sold over 35,000 albums independently, and financed Think Twice entirely from the
support of fans, via PledgeMusic. Nina has also headlined numerous festivals, including the Montreal Jazz Festival, New Orleans’JazzFest, Monterey Blues Festival, Red Rocks Amphitheatre, and the Boulder Arts Fest. The Colorado talent has performed the National Anthem for The Chicago Bulls, the Denver Broncos, and the Colorado Rockies amongst several other teams. She has performed alongside such artists as: Keb’Mo’, Etta James, Sara Bareilles, Ani DiFranco, Sarah McLachlan, The Rescues, Shawn Colvin, and DeVotchKa
To find out more about Nina Storey, visit her website at www.ninastorey.com.
About UCCS Radio
UCCS Radio started in 2003 as a project undertaken by the UCCS Chapter of the ACM, the Computer Science Professional Association. The establishment of the radio station was made possible by a generous grant by the UCCS Technology Fee Committee.
In 2005, the UCCS Internet Radio Station became an official organization within the College of Letters, Arts and Sciences. The Internet Radio Station has an associated Student Club which performs many of the activities needed for day-to-day running. UCCS Internet Radio accepts proposals for new shows from students, alumni, staff, faculty and community members. Most proposals are accepted.
The University of Colorado Colorado Springs, located on Austin Bluffs Parkway in Colorado Springs, is one of the fastest growing universities in the nation. The university offers 36 bachelor’s degrees, 19 master’s and five doctoral degrees. UCCS enrolls about 9,800 students on campus annually and another 2,000 in online programs.
For more information, visit www.uccs.edu