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Natalie Ceva is a folk/indie singer-songwriter with lyric driven melodies that put universal feelings you could never describe into words.Based out of Los Angeles, Natalie pulls the audience into in with her diary of sounds, poetic voice, and a dry witty sense of humor. Natalie truly encompasses a new take on the singer-songwriter genre.
After months of production, her first EP “Atlas” is debuted to release in August 2015 in which a launch show will be announced. She has had a several early press releases in anticipation for the EP. One of her songs, “Break Me Out,” is in rotation on WOS Radio’s Top 20 Songs throughout the month of June. “Dopes on the Road” blog featured Natalie as an artist and “GO” magazine is highlighting Natalie in their article, 100 Women We Love. In the fall, she plans to tour up the west coast and then cross-country ending in NYC.
Natalie will use her EP launch to bring her closer to her long-term career plan by marketing her EP though several radio shows, playing at different venues every week, promoting on social media sites, and using her contacts on Warner Bros for television credits. She has also been cast for next season’s American Idol in order to gain more exposure to her music.
“Atlas” is promoted as her most popular song on the EP and with its universally appealing in its upbeat Irish folk influences:“It appears my words have lost their ink...And it seems the road we chose, was moss-covered and overgrown. I’m tired of rolling away stones.”
Another favorite is “Bone Marrow” with its daring simplicity and reliability:“I live the life of a ghost, watch me go. I wanna know how to stay but I’m restless...You’ve burrowed so deep,You live in my bone marrow.”
Natalie will be promoting her EP’s release nonstop throughout August endlessly and will be preparing for her album launch show this summer.
A TOUCH OF HISTORY:
Natalie's childhood consisted of singing in multiple choirs, performing at NJPAC and the Today Show and leading in all her high school's plays and musicals. In college she was selected to be a part of an all female a cappella group called Premium Blend in upstate New York.
After graduating, she dabbled in music but was under the impression that it was impossible to make a career out of this passion. After being a producer's assistant on several television shows, Natalie decided she was tired of following the current dogma and made a leap to follow her intuition.
Music is now her life and pursuing this reality with full force.