Declared "Songwriter of the Year" by the Virginia Sound Achievement awards and WXGI Radio, she has released four solo albums, including her latest acoustic record, titled "Something Old, Something New."
Her CDs have garnered her radio airplay on stations coast-to-coast, and have landed her on the Gavin Americana charts alongside Delbert McClinton and Joan Baez. She has also been featured on radio stations in Australia, Canada and Europe.
The Richmond (VA) Times-Dispatch called Moran "nothing short of a [modern-day] Joni Mitchell" as well as "a major creative force to be reckoned with," while Dirty Linen Magazine says Nancy has "a powerful, expressive voice...stunning." Her fans describe her music as "contemporary folk with a rock 'n' roll edge," "a cross between Nanci Griffith and Melissa Etheridge," and "Bonnie Raitt meets Carly Simon meets Billy Joel."
In 2005, Nancy became a permanent member of the acclaimed folk troupe, The Four Bitchin' Babes. The Babes are widely known for their tight harmonies and hilarious live performances. The current line up includes Sally Fingerett, Debi Smith, Deirdre Flint and Nancy. They have just released a brand-new CD, "Diva Nation, "available here.
Nancy has been singing professionally for over 20 years. When she's not playing live for her own solo shows or a Babes show, she can often be found behind a microphone in the studio singing on songwriter demos or other artists' records.
In addition to her solo and Babes appearances, Nancy is a frequent keynote speaker at music conferences and events, an NSAI-endorsed music business instructor, a SongU.com instructor, the former Assistant Editor of American Songwriter and the author of several books, audio series, and live/online courses. She is available for private consultations and coaching.