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Natalie Douglas - Not That Different (1999)

9-02-2014, 18:54
Music | Jazz | Vocal Jazz | Blues

Natalie Douglas - Not That Different (1999)

Artist: Natalie Douglas
Title Of Album: Not That Different
Year Of Release: 1999/2014
Label: WBG Records
Genre: Vocals Jazz/Blues
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 51:20
Total Size: 120 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Ain't Got Nothing But The Blues (4:55)
02. Georgia Rose (3:06)
03. Not That Different (4:42)
04. Experiment (2:23)
05. Small Day Tomorrow (4:10)
06. I Was Telling Him About You (2:51)
07. Bewitched, Bothered And Bewildered (5:10)
08. Where've You Been (4:14)
09. Wheelers And Dealers (2:56)
10. Until It's Time For You To Go (4:10)
11. Standing Knee Deep In A River (4:25)
12. Satan's Li'l Lamb (4:04)
13. Jonah Man (4:09)

NATALIE DOUGLAS was born in Los Angeles, California and began her singing career at the ripe old age of four in her mother's kitchen. Given a song to learn while her mother was preparing dinner (really in order to get Natalie out of her hair), Natalie then performed the song for her parents after the meal. Since that auspicious beginning, this performer has garnered rave reviews with multiple awards and nominations for her unique mix of jazz, blues, standards, pop, folk and country music blended together with the assistance of her Musical Director, Broadway, Off-Broadway & Regional Conductor Mark Hartman.

She is a seven-time MAC (Manhattan Association of Cabarets and Clubs) Award Winner, a Nightlife Award Winner and a Backstage Bistro Award Winner with appearances at Birdland Jazz Club (her NYC home), Carnegie Hall, The Café Carlyle, Kennedy Center, Jazz at Lincoln Center, The Herbst Theatre, Town Hall and other New York City, National and International venues. In addition, there is Natalie’s annual New Year’s Eve collaboration with Mark Hartman – a Greenwich Village tradition - which materializes each December 31st at the Duplex Cabaret Theatre.

Natalie’s has two recordings to date: her debut CD, “Not That Different,” which was nominated for a 2000 MAC Award for Outstanding Recording and “To Nina...Live At Birdland” (a live recording of her one woman show, To Nina: A Tribute to Nina Simone) Both CDs are available at or via this website and selections from the CDs continue to be featured on NPR and Sirius Radio. She also appears on Fine and Dandy for PS Classics and Broadway By The Year: 1940 on Bayview Records.

She is married to her gorgeous husband, private personal trainer, Billy Joe Young (and can be seen with said husband, showing off the good education her parents paid for on The Discovery Channel's Cash Cab.)

Natalie is also an actor and is featured in feature film “The Camera’s Eye,” has appeared on ABC’s “Cupid” and many theatrical productions, including "The People vs. Mona", "Thalia Follies", “theATrainplays (series 5-22)” with The Neighborhood Playhouse, "Hillside in Hell" with 13th Street Rep and was a featured soloist at the York Theatre Company’s benefit production of "Children Of Eden" at Riverside Church.

Natalie is a Visiting Artist specializing in numerous diversity programs that she presents at Tri-State area public and private schools.

She is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of USC with a Magna Cum Laude Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology with certificates in Theatre and Women's Studies and holds a Master's Degree in Psychology from UCLA.

Natalie has received the following awards and nominations from the Manhattan Associations of Cabarets and Clubs (MAC), Siegel Presents! and from Backstage Publications, Inc.:
2008 MAC Award Winner: Outstanding Major Jazz Artist
2008 Nightlife Award Winner: Outstanding Piano Bar Entertainer
2005 MAC Award Winner: Outstanding Female Vocalist
2004 MAC Award Winner: Outstanding Jazz Vocalist
2003 MAC Award Winner: Outstanding Jazz Vocalist
2001 MAC Award Winner: Outstanding Jazz Vocalist
1998 MAC Award Winner: Outstanding Female Jazz Vocalist
1996 MAC Hanson (Critic's) Award Winner
1992 Back Stage Bistro Award Winner: Outstanding Female Vocalist
2002, 2000, 1999 & 1997 MAC Award Nominee: Outstanding Jazz Vocalist
2000 MAC Award Nominee: Recording of the Year, "Not That Different"

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