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Miriam "Mim" Grey is an English singer-songwriter, composer and musician. Grey has worked with London-based DJs and producers such as Lee Cabrera (2005 single/EP, "I Watch You") and Kurtis Mantronik (2003 single/EP "How Did You Know"). Tom Jones described Grey as his "favourite singer".[1]

Mim Grey
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Grey performing live, 2011
Background information
Birth nameMiriam Grey
Born6 September 19??
Barnet, London, United Kingdom
  • Singer-songwriter
  • composer
  • musician
  • Vocals
  • guitar
  • percussion
LabelsRight Track
Associated acts

In May 2010, Grey released her first solo album, Grey Matters. She has since performed with Paul McCartney and Tom Jones.[2]


Grey was born in Barnet, north London, England and left school at age 15. With lots of promise, and the loving support of her family, she moved in with musicians John and Paul Williams, who encouraged her to follow a career in music. Grey released 'How Did You Know' with Kurtis Mantronix, and maintained her jazz group The Vodka Martinis. After Paul Williams died of pancreatic cancer, Grey formed a partnership with lyricist Cori Josias. A few years later, she met drummer, and now husband, Steve Vintner, who encouraged her to release her music, leading to the release of two albums, 'Grey Matters' and 'Chasing Tigers'.[3]

Musical style and influencesEdit

Brought up on all types of music from Neil Young and Joni Mitchell to James Taylor and Earth, Wind & Fire, Grey claims that those artists "never fail to inspire" her when it comes to writing her own material.[2]


Studio albums

Year of release Album title
2010 Grey Matters
2012 Chasing Tigers


Year of release Single title Album
2010 Purple Sky Grey Matters
2010 Sunday Best Grey Matters
2010 Xmas Kiss Non-album single
2012 Mr Big Man Chasing Tigers


  1. ^ Mim Grey, retrieved 13 August 2015
  2. ^ a b McCormack, Kirsty (21 November 2012), 'I nearly fell off the stage with shock!': Mim Grey reveals how performing with Paul McCartney was 'surreal', retrieved 12 August 2015
  3. ^ Mimi Grey Biography, retrieved 12 August 2015

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