Greg is Sara Storer’s older brother and a working farmer on a share property with his brothers near the Western NSW town of Warren.
Although he is an unlikely singer, songwriter and musician in many ways, his raw talent and authentic stories and songs have set him apart from many of his peers.
Greg Storer is described by Country Update Magazine reviewer, Kim Cheshire as having a “rich, soulful voice sitting somewhere between Chris Rea and Guy Clark”, and goes onto say that “…he’s obviously no novice when it comes to expressing himself musically and lyrically” and that “he manages to cover a variety of roots / country styles without really sounding like anyone else. Storer regales us with the hard earned wit and wisdom that comes from a life on the land.”
Greg has written or co-written a number of songs through the years that have made their way onto Sara’s albums, many of which have been nominated or won awards, including the coveted Golden Guitars.
Greg released a highly acclaimed solo album called Backwater in 2010 and also contributed songs to Sara’s album releases including her latest, Raindance.