Nina Gordon

Nina Rachel Shapiro Gordon

Also known as Gordon, N. Gordon
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.nina-gordon.net/, http://www.MySpace.com/ninagordon

Discography of Nina Gordon:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Tonight And The Rest Of My Life 13 Audio 2000-06-27 Warner Bros. Records
2 Tonight And The Rest Of My Life 13 Audio 2000 Warner Bros. Records
3 Sampler 3 Audio 2006 Warner Bros. Records
4 Now I Can Die 3 Audio 2000 Warner Bros. Records
5 Kiss Me 'Til It Bleeds 3 Audio 2006 Warner Bros. Records
6 2003 3 Audio 2000 Warner Bros. Records
7 Tonight And The Rest Of My Life 15 Audio 2000 Warner Bros. Records
8 Tonight And The Rest Of My Life 3 Audio 2000 Warner Bros. Records
9 Now I Can Die 2 Audio 2000 Warner Bros. Records
10 Tonight And The Rest Of My Life 13 Audio 2000 Warner Bros. Records
11 Tonight And The Rest Of My Life 3 Audio 2000 Warner Bros. Records
12 Tonight And The Rest Of My Life 13 Audio 2000 Warner Bros. Records
13 Tonight And The Rest Of My Life 2 Audio 2000 Warner Bros. Records
14 Tonight And The Rest Of My Life 13 Audio 2000 Warner Bros. Records
15 Now I Can Die 3 Audio 2000 Warner Bros. Records
16 Tonight And The Rest Of My Life 13 Audio 1999


Born November 14, 1967. Is an American rock singer. Co-founder of the band Veruca Salt, Nina pioneered and revived Bangles inspired pop-rock for the mid-90's grunge generation. She quickly became known for her instantly infectious power-pop hooks and melodies, writing Veruca Salt's biggest hits, Seether and Volcano Girls. Since leaving Veruca Salt in 1998, she has released the successful solo album Tonight And The Rest of My Life, wrote songs for Fefe Dobson and Courtney Jaye, and released her second solo album, Bleeding Heart Graffiti.


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