The Gail Storm Trio

DougontheDrums – big news – Introducing the Gail Storm Trio. After a few initial performances last year as the NoFo Cats, Gail reached out to Miranda and I to form the Gail Storm Trio. Needless to say, we were thrilled as anyone that knows Gail knows the storm she brings to the bandstand! Passion, creativity and 10 amazing fingers – nobody plays and sings the boogie woogie, blues and jazz that Gail performs better in the Tri-State area. We begin performances April 22 at Hotel Indigo and have bookings throughout summer 23 at venues like Ralphs in Mount Sinai and Billy’s by the Bay in Greenport with more to come. Spread the word as we are available for parties and special events. BIG FUN for sure.

 “Stunning!” “Great!” “Incredibly Fun!” 

The Gail Storm Trio is now booking parties, wineries, events. Our repertoire ranges from a great mix of traditional blues and boogie-woogie to swingin’ classic jazz standards, ballads and pop. Shake your hips! 

Gail Storm, a New York based singer/songwriter/pianist, performs on the national and international circuits. Influenced by the blues, her fans compare her to a combination of modern day performers Diana Krall and Marcia Ball, with shades of Amy Winehouse. “The Storm” is known to have a “heavy left hand” with her strong, rhythmic bass lines–particularly evident in the “boogie-woogie”. She has opened for Maria Muldaur, Henry Butler, and Bakithi Kumalo (of Paul Simon) and led ensembles with WyCliffe Gordon, Jerry Weldon, Toby Walker, Jake Clemons, Peter Ecklund, Vinny Raniolo, and Adam Rapa. In addition to her performance schedule, Gail also leads various multi-media music themed presentations such as “Women in the Blues”, which explores the Blues Divas from the 1920s. Gail has several recordings, including a live recording from the Vail-Leavitt Music Hall in Riverhead. She also has radio, film, television, and theater appearances to her credit. Learn more about Gail at

Miranda Gatewood, a bassist and vocalist, has toured with the late Blues Hall of Famer Sam Taylor, electric violinist Heather “Little Mama” Hardy and drummer Mario Stiano at the Baltimore Blues Festival and in clubs in NJ and PA. She is well-versed at high-energy Chicago Blues with Doug “Harmonica” McLean; “Nawlins” second-line feel with Tommy Keys and has performed onstage and on the air with Hooch and the Bluesicians. As a longtime member of The Mojos, she opened for Blues legend James Cotton, Buster Poindexter and for Johnny Winter with Frank Latorre. She is an Adjunct Professor of Photography at SUNY Farmingdale. Learn more about Miranda at

Doug Morrow, drummer and composer, attended the Berklee School of Music and has worked with some of New York’s finest players. Doug expanded his work into television production and formed D.A.M. Video Inc. and counts HBO, NBC, Madison Square Garden, Jim Henson Productions, United Nations Television and PBS among his clients. Doug is an Associate Professor of Television at Hofstra University. He is known for his strong groove with a light touch along with having a good time on the band stand. Learn more about Doug at

For bookings please contact Doug Morrow 917-209-4572 


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