Natalie Clark gave up her teaching career in Scotland to pursue her dream of writing and playing music. The rising indie-pop artist made headlines in the U.K. when Richard Branson invited her to sing on stage. This was at a BBC Radio 1 Academy session in Glasgow. Natalie accepted his impromptu challenge, and sang ‘Weakness’, from her debut EP. It prompted Branson to proclaim: “That was absolutely and utterly stunning – no backing band, no musicians, no forewarning.” He later called her “inspiring”. Natalie received acclaim from multi-platinum artists such as Christina Aguilera and Blake Shelton. This happened when she appeared on NBC’s The Voice, who praised her voice as ‘cool and powerful’ and ‘incredible’.
Since moving to the States, Natalie has opened festivals, toured the country, and was named a ‘Hot 100 Live Artist’ in Music Connection Magazine. She is also an official JH Audio featured artist. Natalie’s music is featured in several Netflix shows and an international commercial campaign. ‘Ready to Roll’ the lead single from her latest E.P, recently won ‘BEST ORIGINAL SONG’ at the Austin Under the Stars Film Festival.
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