Natasha was part of the 2016 Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion in Bristol, TN/VA. She performed two shows on Saturday and one on Sunday of the festival. The festival always has a deep and incredible lineup and this year was no different with some of the acts being The Indigo Girls, Marty Stuart, Bobby Bare, Houndmouth, Bela Fleck & Abigail Washburn, Anderson East, Hayes Carll, & Buddy Guy to name a few.
Enjoy the photos below from two of her shows and and her weekend at the festival!
Natasha recently made a return appearance at the popular music venue Isis Restaurant & Music Hall in Asheville, North Carolina. The venue has a listening room for acoustic acts, primarily singer-songwriters. Guests can have dinner and enjoy a show by top regional and national acts touring through the area.
Natasha was happy to see her good friend Canadian singer-songwriter Nancy Beaudette in the audience who had a night off on her tour through North Carolina and decided to catch Natasha’s show!
A special thanks to Louise Baker for taking this picture!
Enjoy the completed official video of “White Noise” from Natasha’s Wilder Days album. Natasha wrote the song with her friend, the British singer-songwriter Edwina Hayes. Cassie O’Sullivan did hair and makeup and Mark Mosrie was the director.
Natasha was recently working with director Mark Mosrie on a new video for her song “White Noise.” Below are some images from the shoot and editing sessions.
March 23, 2015
Natasha has been eager to take her music back out on the road with the completion of the new album Wilder Days. She started out spring of 2015 with a five day run starting at the world famous WDVX Blue Plate Special radio broadcast from downtown Knoxville, TN and then on to two shows in North Carolina and two in Virginia. All of the shows were house concerts which she is especially fond of because as she puts it, “the audience really comes to listen”.
March 15, 2015
Natasha’s fourth solo album is being pressed with an official release date set for April 21, 2015. On this album she borrowed instruments from friends, learned to play them for the songs on the album. Instruments she played included mandolin, dulcitar , keyboard, and banjo as well as acoustic and electric guitars. She wrote all of the songs on this CD with the exception of her first cover tune, “Oysters”, a song by Tori Amos who has been a favorite of hers for a long time.
Nov. 1, 2014
In October of 2014, Natasha returned to the northeast to do a show for her favorite charity, Socks for Siberia. The organization helps several orphanages inSiberia providing many items the orphans need. The show was at The Cultural Center at Eagle Hill in Hardwick, MA which is a state of the art performing arts center. Natasha’s good friend, singer-songwriter Nancy Beaudette, opened the show, Natasha closed and then Nancy joined Natasha onstage for a few tunes together. While in the area, Natasha also did two house concerts with Nancy. This was Natasha’s second trip as a solo artist into the northeast.
Below are some photographs from the weekend and a video clip of them performing a song they wrote together titled “Dust”.