Australian country music star who won seven Golden Guitar Awards in 2004, including Song of the Year for her hit "Raining on the Plains," and Album of the Year for her sophomore album Beautiful Circle. No one had won more awards in a single show before.
She studied to be a teacher in Melbourne, and spent years working and singing at parties. She was encouraged by a friend to enter a talent search, which won her admission to the College of Country Music.
In the 1990's, she met a retired water buffalo shooter, whose stories inspired her to write her first song, "Buffalo Bill," and her first album, Chasing Buffalo.
Her brother, Greg Storer, is also a country music singer, with hits like "When I was a Boy."
She recorded the duet "Song For Grace," for Australian country music star Lee Kernaghan's album Spirit of the Anzacs.