"Natalie Pearson is making her mark on the Australian pop-country music scene, gaining attention for her emotive dynamic vocals, passion and drive, and girl-next-door charisma."
"Country Music is a genre like no other. I love the honesty, authenticity, and truth behind it... it's life.
It's living without fear of emotions; expressing vulnerability.
I hope to be able to connect with listeners with my own stories and truths, and blend it with pop-country influences to create something that is uniquely me, yet familiar and relatable".
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Natalie Pearson performed at the Tamworth Country Music Festival 2017, where she introduced listeners to tracks off her recently released record ‘Long Time Coming’, which debuted at #2 on the Australian Country iTunes Chart, just behind Little Big Town.
The record also hit #33 on the overall Aussie iTunes Chart.
The first single off the 7 track EP, "Chance at Love", received the award for "Best Country" in the 2016 MusicOz Australian Independent Music Awards, which she performed on the main stage of the Enmore Theatre in October 2016 for the sold out red carpet event.
She also received a Top 5 nomination in both the Video and Female Artist of the Year categories.
‘Chance at Love’ ranked #4 on the AMRAP Regional Charts shortly after release, and is receiving airplay on KIX Country Network, National & Community radio and Foxtel’s Country Music Channel, along with recently released singles 'Don't Ask Me This' and 'Strangers'.
'Don't Ask Me This' became a fan favourite after it was featured on Spotify's "Fresh Country" playlist, and has been selected to be included in the soundtrack for Australian film 'The Fenian', due for release later this year.
Natalie was voted WA's RAW: Musician of the Year in 2015, and has since opened for notable country music industry names such as Adam Brand, Travis Collins, Troy Kemp, Tori Darke, Matt Cornell, Casey Barnes, and Brook Chivell.
She also performed the pre-show entertainment at the Dixie Chicks Concert at Perth Arena on their recent Australian tour.
With her online popularity, she recognised the demand for her to take a leap of faith.
Leaving the comforts of her hometown in Perth, WA, Natalie has relocated to the eastern states to intensify the focus on music. She has recently embarked on an extensive regional and national tour with country-rock artist, Brook Chivell, performing an impressive 24 shows over 2 months, to captivated audiences from Queensland to New South Wales, Victoria and Western Australia.
Her latest single and music video ‘Mr Wrong’ was the most requested video on Country Music World, claiming the #1 chart position for 5 weeks in a row, as well as regular rotation and support from Foxtel's Country Music Channel, and KIX Country's national radio network.
Natalie is mesmerizing with her captivating vocals, delivering infectious country/pop tunes combined with an engaging live performance means she is certainly a performer with an exceptional future.