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She contributed the song "Breathe On Me" to Crystal Aikin's self-titled debut album.
She was a speaker and performer on the Revolve Tour, a conference for teen girls from Women of Faith.
There she signed with Benson Records in 1997 and began working on her self-titled debut which was released in 1999.
She left Benson for Pamplin Music soon after and released the album Stronger in 2001.
Bluegrass and Celtic music are close cousins, with shared roots dating back several hundred years.
Natalie has enlisted some of the world's top bluegrass pickers-including Bela Fleck, Jerry Douglas, Sam Bush, Edgar Meyer and Alison Brown for her latest album, BLUEPRINT.
Her studies led her and her husband to travel to India to witness the red-light districts and what is being done to stop them.
That experience changed the trajectory of Natalie's life and reportedly changed the way she approaches her music.
She has since reported being unhappy with the way she was imaged by her early record label which marketed her partly on her looks, and says of her first record, "It wasn't me at all either." However, she credits her early albums with having been necessary to her progressing and growing into an artist that takes control of such decisions, starting with her first widely successful album, Awaken.There is a cassette tape I often listen to of uncle Buddy and John Morris Rankin at the firehall in Mabou in 1986.Its not of studio quality as it was recorded on an old cassette machine, but it is magic. It occurred to me one day that Buddy and I should record some of those tunes together in a studio...A completely instrumental album with creative medleys in the Celtic style mixed with originals, with the exception of one track, a deeply emotional vocal lament Cagaran Gaolach sung by Natalie marking her first ever lead feature vocal to appear on an album.Some of the unconventional approaches used in the studio for this fiddle-centric album included distorted electric guitars on the driving up tempo Fiddlers Despair, and two players on one piano on Pastiche for Anne and a drum kit made of paint cans and a cardboard box on Joyous Waltz.
In the works for several years, this book is the story of a musical life and place.