When we heard that Natalie Hart would be performing at an upcoming Sofar Sounds, we were completely thrilled! We love her music, her voice, and most certainly her style! We don’t hesitate to say that she’s definitely one of the stylish girls in all of New York!
Her show will be at a secret location in the East Village on Friday, November 17th. In addition, stay tuned since she’ll soon debute her newest album “Hang the Moon”!
If you’ve never heard of Sofar Sounds, they host the most exclusive, secret and intimate music gigs in over 300 cites all over the Globe!
“Bringing the magic back to live music. Amazing artists in intimate spaces, performing stripped-back sets to carefully curated audiences. Sit down, settle in and just listen. You’re gonna love it.”
This event is BYOB, so you can bring your own Booze! So feel free to bring Wine, Beer, or whatever makes you happy!
Where: A secret location in the East Village
Closest station: Astor Place Station (4, 6) and Broadway – Lafayette (B, D, F, M)
Date: Friday, November 17th
Arrival time: 8:00pm – 8:25pm
Exclusive Promo-Code: BTSNYC-4AFF3 (you’ll automatically skip the line and immediately purchase tickets for the show!!!)
Tickets here ($15/each).
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A little bit about Natalie:
Natalie was born in Dallas Texas and her contact with music started even before being born. She was beautifully named after Natalie Cole by her father – the son of a retired Air Force pilot and music minister.
She tell us that: “My musical influences stem back to my love for the dramatique and the singular, unmistakable voices of the classic female vocalists of the 1940s.”
Belmont University in Nashville, TN was where she studied Music Business and started to refine and create her own identity. Her inspirations come from big names like Ella Fitzgerald, Nina Simone and Sarah Vaughan. Not only was she passionate about the art of singing, but songwriting quickly grew in her and her love for lyricism emerged.
“Natalie always knew her theatrical jazz-pop would find a home in New York, and she began saving up to move to the city where she knew her musicality would unfold. “Hang The Moon” took shape in her last year of school and her last year in Nashville, diving into and deconstructing youthful infatuation and playing with cinematic themes.
The album was recorded in Smoakstack Studios and mixed in LA by Greg Wells, famed producer of Adele, Katy Perry, and more top-selling artists. She left for New York with the record in hand, and has spent the last two years building a fan base in New York, London, Nashville, and more.
Natalie aims to find her voice and to preserve people’s moments through her music.”
“Hang The Moon” will be released in 2018.
Listen and purchase her current album “Natalie Hart: The EP“.
Photo Credits: Courtesy of Natalie Hart