“Nathan Storey is a man in a way that most men aren’t. To meet him, you would immediately be drawn to his innocent, youthful nature, but the undercurrent of that is a man secure in who he is, and self-aware enough to know that you never really stop growing into the person you are becoming. Storey weaves intimate tunes, filled with emotion and powerful metaphor. His barebones approach to performing thrives on his ability to connect with the spirit of his music, and with the audiences who come to see him.”

- Hunter Gardner, Charleston Grit (Jul 14, 2014)

“Opened the night for this gentleman’s CD Release. He writes brutal, elegant songs which can not be mimicked. Pick up his record.”

- Mike Blair of Mike Blair and the Stonewalls, Tumblr (Jul 28, 2012)

“What really makes all of these songs tick is Storey’s voice. He could be singing death metal and make it sound pretty…””

- John Fonvielle, The Beat Magazine

“Storey’s lead vocals really weight and cement the album’s tone. They are warm and charismatic, and he never asserts himself too much in an attempt to win the listener over. He doesn’t have to…”

- Brian Tucker, Star News online

(He) puts lush emotion and sincerity into each note making any listener sit up and take notice…his melodies and chord changes become hook laden delights”

- John Fonvielle, The Beat Magazine

“Re: The Falcon and the Fox: Storey's folkstyle provokes the listener to a nostalgic mindset. The dynamics of his vocal strides and musical consistency are clear in this album. Great songs. Amazing Album.”

- Amazon.com user review (Jul 19, 2012)

“Re: The Falcon and the Fox: Storey's efforts in this album are outstanding. From musical arrangement to vocal control, Nathan has superb technique. Awesome songs. Awesome album”

- iTunes user review (Jul 18, 2012)