Show most people a swirly Dave Matthews Band poster and what do they see? Teresa Storch saw her calling. While studying engineering at the Colorado School of Mines she got hooked on the live music scene. One show at Red Rocks prompted her to say out loud “I want to do that!” When a friend joked, “Do you think you missed your calling?,” “Maybe?” was her reply. However, a little voice in her head just wouldn't let go. It prompted her to start writing and performing her own music.
Now, Teresa has been a nationally touring performer since 2003. Originally from Omaha, NE, she's returned to Colorado after 7 years in the Boston music scene. She encourages others to follow their own voices with her contagious smile and songs that move you. Audience members say it's like seeing Bonnie Raitt or Greg Brown when they first started. She connects like she's known you forever and inhabits her songs so fully you can't help but be drawn in. Storch has toured 35 states over 7 years, bringing her soulful roots-pop to bars, coffeehouses, living rooms and cafes, and becoming, along the way, a live performer of joyful strength and riveting, emotional power.
With her 2008 release “Stream of Concrete,” her national profile has been rising. It’s an ambitious, stylish and remarkably diverse project. Going from folk-rock to Soul-pop, the album mixes Tower of Power with Sarah MacLachlan by way of Hoagy Carmichael. Currently she is in the studio with Denver-based Jamie Mefford (producer for Gregory Alan Izakov), planning her new release "The Honesty Kitchen" for Fall of 2011.
You will find Teresa driving everywhere, doing what she loves, connecting with people through music and stories. She has shared stages with the likes of Cliff Eberhardt, Dar Williams, Entrain, Ryan Montbleau, Peter Mulvey, Jonathan Byrd, and Mary Gautier and played venues throughout the country. She received 3rd place in the Solar Fest 2008 competition, competed in the Susquehanna Music and Arts Festival and Flat Rock Music Festival songwriter competitions in 2005, was selected honorable mention in the Rocky Mountain Folks Festival 2003 Songwriter's Showcase Competition and was selected as part of the “Boston’s Best Singer/Songwriters” Showcase for 2003.
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