Stormy may refer to:

  • Stormy (album), an album by Hank Williams, Jr.
  • Stormy Lake, a lake in Ontario
  • Call It Stormy Monday (But Tuesday Is Just As Bad), a blues song by T-Bone Walker
  • Stormy Daniels, porn star
  • Stormy Monday, a 1988 film
  • Stormy Peters, free and open source software advocate
  • Storm petrel, a sea bird
  • Stormy Six, an Italian progressive folk rock band
  • "Stormy", a song from Classics IV
  • Stormy, a character from the children's TV show Rainbow Brite

Other articles related to "stormy":

Stormy Monday (album)
... Stormy Monday (a.k.a ... I'd Rather Drink Muddy Water) is the debut album of R B singer Lou Rawls, released in 1962 on Capitol Records ...
Stormy Monday
... Stormy Monday is the 1988 feature film debut of director Mike Figgis ... blues guitarist/singer T-Bone Walker's signature song "Call It Stormy Monday (But Tuesday Is Just As Bad)" ...
Stormy, Misty's Foal - Plot
... She is named "Stormy" after a suggestion sent in by letter ... restoration of Chincoteague and Assateague, and Misty and Stormy play a key role in this effort, giving shows in order to collect donations for the residents of Chincoteague ...
The Five Sharps - The Recording of "Stormy Weather"
... The group recorded their own "Sleepy Cowboy" and the standard "Stormy Weather" ... First tenor Bobby Ward remembers that sales of "Stormy Weather" were so bad that he and the other members had to buy their own copies even though they'd ...
Stormy Six
... Stormy Six were an Italian progressive and folk rock band founded in Milan in 1966 ... Stormy Six were best known as one of the five original Rock in Opposition (RIO) bands that performed at the first RIO festival in March 1978 in London ...

Famous quotes containing the word stormy:

    Fogs and clouds which conceal the overshadowing mountains lend the breadth of the plains to mountain vales. Even the small-featured country acquires some grandeur in stormy weather when clouds are seen drifting between the beholder and the neighboring hills.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    And found on the dove-grey edge of the sea
    A pearl-pale, high-born lady, who rode
    On a horse with bridle of findrinny;
    And like a sunset were her lips,
    A stormy sunset on doomed ships....
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)

    What care though rival cities soar
    Along the stormy coast,
    Penn’s town, New York, Baltimore,
    If Boston knew the most!
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)