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  Natasha Anne Bedingfield (born 26 November 1981) is a British singer and songwriter. Bedingfield released her debut album, Unwritten, in 2004, which contained primarily up-tempo pop songs and was influenced by R&B music. It enjoyed international success with more than 2.3 million copies sold worldwide.  

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    [Gallery] iHeartRadio Music Festival – Day 2

    Just added images of Natasha attending the second day of IHeartRadio Music Festival. She sang “Easy” with Rascal Flatts. Check it out:

    09/24/11 – iHeartRadio Music Festival – Day 2


    Posted by Posted on Sep,25 2011 Filed under Gigs, News

    [Gallery] iHeartRadio Music Festival – Day 1

    Hey guys, i just added new images of Natasha attending the IHeart Radio Music Festival last night with Kevin Jonas, Kelly Clarkson and her amazing sister, Nikola Bedingfield.

    09/23/11 iHeartRadio Music Festival – Day 1 – Backstage


    Tonight, she’ll perfom “Easy” with Rascall Flatts. Make sure to watch it online here.

    Posted by Posted on Sep,24 2011 Filed under Gallery, Gigs, News

    New song with John Forte – Anything Is Doable

    Hey guys, check it out this new leaked song with John Forte called Anything Is Doable. A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!

    Posted by Posted on Aug,20 2011 Filed under News, Videos

    Natasha Bedingfield Explains How Her Unlikely Collaboration With Rascal Flatts Came About

    Six years after she made her debut on the Hot 100, British-born Natasha Bedingfield is in new chart territory, breaking into the top 30 of the Hot Country Songs chart this week as “Easy,” her collaboration with Rascal Flatts, jumps 31-29 with a bullet. For the week ending Sunday, Aug. 7, the song garnered airplay on 123 of the 128 radio stations that report to the panel that makes up the Hot Country Songs chart, for a total audience of 7 million.

    Rascal Flatts reached out to Bedingfield specifically to team up with her on the Katrina Elam/Mike Mobley song.

    “I flew to Nashville and that’s were we really became friends, during the actual recording process,” Bedingfield told Billboard.biz from Zurich, where she is making a TV appearance. “I went into the studio with Gary [LeVox, Rascal Flatts’ singer] and we were in a separate room with our own mics while the band was playing live. As solo artists, you hope you’re going to sound good together but you don’t always know. It was an amazing moment when we could feel our voices blending.”

    The recording process with Rascal Flatts was very different from Bedingfield’s solo studio sessions.

    “They had a big audience there, including some pro football players and a bunch of Gary’s friends. I usually lock out the room. I get very deep into the writing and recording process,” says Bedingfield, who prefers not even having label folks present when she records.

    How Jason Aldean and Kelly Clarkson’s ‘Don’t You Wanna Stay’ Has Become a Crossover Adult-Radio Hit

    Bedingfield admits to falling in love with Elam and Mobley’s song as soon as she heard it. “It was an instant connection. It really resonated, that scenario of when you’re having things going on in your life but you smile and make it look easy, as if there is no problem at all.” She likens it to a classic song she performed at the White House in February as part of a Motown tribute. “I sang ‘The Tracks of My Tears’ with Smokey Robinson sitting in the audience. Like ‘Easy,’ you’re smiling, but if you take a good look, there is pain there.”

    On “Easy,” Bedingfield sings in her own style, making the single a fusion of country and pop. “The whole reason they reached out to me is that the world is getting smaller and musical styles are starting to collide. People don’t listen to one radio station. On iTunes you can mix different worlds and bring country and pop and folk and live music together with a mass audience. I could have sung ‘Easy’ in a country way but I just sang it how I sing. I think it’s a really nice blend.”

    Bedingfield also sings on Nicki Minaj’s “Last Chance” on “Pink Friday” and on an upcoming charity album for Amnesty International featuring Bob Dylan songs. “The common denominator is a love of music,” she says of her recent diverse projects.

    Bedingfield is not the first female pop artist to break through on the country songs chart by collaborating with a country act. Sheryl Crow has appeared on the same chart in team-ups with Brooks & Dunn, Vince Gill, Loretta Lynn, Miranda Lambert and Kid Rock, a crossover artist himself.

    “Easy,” which is also on the Hot 100 (debuting on the current chart at No. 87), is the third Rascal Flatts single from the 2010 album “Nothing Like This.” It marks the second time Rascal Flatts has charted on Hot Country Songs with another artist, though the first time as the lead act. In 2005, Carrie Underwood performed the threesome’s “Bless the Broken Road” on the season four finale of “American Idol” with the group and though not released on an album or as a single promoted to radio, their version earned enough airplay to chart, peaking at No. 50.

    Bedingfield and the Flatts performed “Easy” on an ABC special earlier this year and recorded a video for the song. They’ll reunite in September to perform their hit on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” which should help propel the song even further up the charts this fall.

    Source: Billboard

    Posted by Posted on Aug,12 2011 Filed under News

    Pop Star Natasha Bedingfield Gives a Private Singing Lesson to Three Starwood Preferred Guests

    This weekend, pop star Natasha Bedingfield gave private singing lessons to three Starwood Preferred Guest members (in this photo, she’s feeling goosebumps on her arm as Daniel Hernandez, from the Fort Lauderdale area, sings). The lesson took place at Fort Lauderdale’s Culture Room prior to Bedingfield’s concert there on Saturday, July 16. The three lucky participants also worked with Bedingfield’s voice coach, Dave Stroud; and were introduced to his revolutionary new app, VocalizeU, which offers personalized instruction for both professional and amateur singers.

    The private lesson was part of On Tour with SPG®: Starwood Hotels & Resorts’ partnership with Live Nation, which lets members swap frequent-stay points for once-in-a-lifetime music experiences. Members bid online for experiences such as VIP tickets to performances from artists including Rihanna, Britney Spears, and U2; piano lessons from Gavin DeGraw; or backstage meet-and-greets with stars like Ricky Martin and Katy Perry (for which one member bid 100,000 Starpoints—the equivalent of more than a week’s vacation). As part of the strategic partnership, all SPG members also receive a 20 percent discount at the Live Nation Superstore.

    Source: Hauteliving.com

    Posted by Posted on Jul,18 2011 Filed under News

    The Dirty Tees Feat. Natasha Bedingfield

    Dman, this is good. Natasha’s new dance song. Check it out:

    Posted by Posted on Jul,15 2011 Filed under News

    The Nine Lives of Chloe King Featuring Natasha Bedingfield

    Get to know Natasha Bedingfield whose song Weightless, from the album Strip Me was featured in the ALL NEW episode of The Nine LIves of Chloe King.

    With her new album, Strip Me, Natasha Bedingfield reminds us of the gift she has for creating, heartfelt, dynamic pop anthems. Her music and lyrics are thoughtful and yet irresistible. Strip Me is the follow-up to 2008’s Pocketful of Sunshine, a megahit in the U.S. selling over three million singles of the title track and featuring four number one dance singles.

    The Londoner, Bedingfield who now maintains a residence in Los Angeles as well as in the UK, has spent the better part of the last five years touring and promoting her first two albums. Her experiences traveling the globe provided her with a unique perspective that helped inform this thoughtful new body of work. Writing more than 50 songs, Bedingfield, armed with an impressive production team of modern hitmakers including, GRAMMY® award winner John Shanks (Michelle Branch, Sheryl Crow), Ryan Tedder (OneRepublic, Kelly Clarkson, Leona Lewis), Wayne Wilkins (Beyonce), John Hill (Shakira, Santigold), Kleerup (Robyn, Cyndi Lauper), Danielle Brisebois (co writer of Unwritten and Pocketful of Sunshine) and reuniting with Steve Kipner, who produced Natasha’s own smash hit These Words, stripped down her songs to the 13 tracks contained on her newest release.

    Each song on Strip Me evokes the innate desires, needs and fears which people feel in these most troubling times. Although the title of the album is provocative, the songs Natasha writes underscore the things that are important to her. Bedingfield’s message is clear. Don’t get caught up in material things. Don’t be afraid to be loved, to be supported, and to be touched. Believe in yourself and follow your heart.

    “Five years of non stop touring on the road took it’s toll on me” Bedingfield says. “I had to stop and remind myself why I started making music in the first place. I started out trying to base songs around the idea of basic human desires—what do we all need, want and share? My songs celebrate that sense you have when you see a wild horse, that feeling of being free and unburdened. That’s how I like to feel, and that’s what I hope communicates itself when you hear my music.”

    Source: abcfamily.go.com

    Posted by Posted on Jul,13 2011 Filed under News

    [VIDEO + IMAGES] Live @ Jay Leno Show

    Hey guys, i just found the video of Natasha’s perfomance at Jay Leno show last night. Check it out:

    I’M IN LOVE!

    EDIT: I just added images of Natasha’s perfomance. Check it out:

    07/05/11 – The Tonight Show With Jay Leno


    Posted by Posted on Jul,06 2011 Filed under Gallery, News, Videos

    Rascal Flatts’ Gary LeVox and Natasha Bedingfield Meet in the Middle in New ‘Easy’ Video

    Being famous or in the public eye isn’t ‘Easy.’ You needn’t look any further than the looks on the faces of Rascal Flatts vocalist Gary LeVox and British pop singer Natasha Bedingfield in the new video for their latest single, ‘Easy,’ to see that.

    Each appears to be someone of stature and importance in the video, and arrives to a red carpet gala separately, looking sharply dressed — but they wear their misery on their faces. Clearly, something’s up — or down, actually — between them, and they’re not happy about it.

    It looks like a big event where rich and famous people congregate, but neither LeVox nor Bedingfield are into to the pomp and circumstance, the bells and whistles or the clutter of people. LeVox’s expression is one of being unsettled.

    Bedingfield, despite looking lovely in a stunning lavender dress, mopes in her limo like it’s the last place in the world she wants to be. Something else is weighing on her mind, and while the flash bulbs are going off, she’s thinking of LeVox.

    Bedingfield and LeVox keep missing each other in a crowd full of other well-attired people. The density of the crowd relays the idea of the tension and discomfort both are feeling. However, they eventually meet in the middle and sing to one another.

    The video for ‘Easy’ certainly suggests that fame and fortune aren’t always what they are cracked up to be, and that even superstars need a minute to decompress and just be themselves and deal with what life throws at them.

    The ending is literally a Cinderella one, as Bedingfield races down the red-carpeted steps and loses a jeweled silver shoe, which LeVox is left holding. It’s an unsettled ending and one that suits the overall moody tone of the clip.

    Watch the Rascal Flatts/Natasha Bedingfield ‘Easy’ Video

    Source: Tasteofcountry.com

    Click here and watch it via youtube.

    Posted by Posted on Jul,01 2011 Filed under News, Videos

    We’ve Been Saved! Natasha Bedingfield Covers Message In A Bottle

    By Perez Hilton

    Call the Police … because they should’ve joined her for this!

    Last night, Natasha Bedingfield put on a terrific show at the House of Blues in Hollywood as part of her Less Is More Tour! While she perfected a lot of her own original music, we were taken with this cover of the classic Police jam!

    She does Sting proud!

    Check out the video (above) to hear Natasha bring new life to Message In A Bottle!

    U like???

    Posted by Posted on Jul,01 2011 Filed under News, Videos

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