Natalie D-Napoleon

Natalie D-Napoleon

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Folk - Americana | Santa Barbara, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 554   
Member Since: 2009
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Pouring heartbreak and honesty along with raw intensity and soaring vocals into her songs, Natalie D-Napoleon's music is a genre-straddling fusion of Americana, indie-rock, and alt-country.

Raised on Croatian folk songs and American standards like "Blue Bayou" upon a farm clinging to a working class town near Perth, Australia the singer-songwriter (family legend has it that she's related to Bonaparte) has made her mark on the roots music scene with her two EP's "After the Flood" and "Here in California" and her recent debut album "Leaving Me Dry".

The album, "Leaving Me Dry", released in June 2012, is produced by David Piltch (bassist and collaborator of kd lang).

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While Natalie has been busy getting her new album out to radio and press, it seems her colleagues that helped her make the record have been equally busy.

David Piltch has been playing with Bonnie Raitt, Hugh Laurie and Joe Henry. Aaron Sterling drums on both Taylor Swift's and John Mayer's new albums. Greg Liesz has been playing with Robert Plant and Eric Clapton.


Susan Nikas posted over 30 days ago to Natalie D-Napoleon

Hi Natalie, I just wanted to tell you how much I like your rendition of Kate Wolf's song, Here in California. I really like the arrangement, the harmony, and most of all, your wonderful voice. All the best, Susan Nikas

Natalie D-Napoleon posted over 30 days ago

I have a Natalie D-Napoleon YouTube Channel. Watch for current live clips. ednapoleon?feature=watch

Natalie D-Napoleon posted over 30 days ago

I just made the Roots Music Chart in California for my album "Leaving Me Dry".
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