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Emerging from the Nashville music scene, singer-songwriter Natasha Blaine’s groovy sound fuses elements of neo-soul, pop, and R&B. Originally from a suburb of Seattle, WA, she became mesmerized with singing at a very young age, especially drawn to jazz singers like Ella Fitzgerald. She started singing at every opportunity she could, beginning to accompany herself on guitar before age 10 by learning her favorite Beatles songs. This obsession with music blossomed into a passion that eventually landed her in Nashville at age 20 to make it a career. 

Blaine had little songwriting experience when she arrived in Nashville but quickly fell in love with the craft, heavily involving herself in the writers’ round circuit, writing songs between college classes, and playing shows with her band at night.

After graduating from Vanderbilt University with a degree in literature and minor in vocal jazz, Blaine and her band have toured nationally in addition to playing all over Nashville at venues like 3rd & Lindsley and The Analog. She has been blessed to play with her backing band for the past three years, crediting her songs’ arrangements and their sophisticated musicality to collaboration with the band. Blaine and her group’s signature sound draws inspiration from their jazz backgrounds as well as artists like D’Angelo, Amy Winehouse, and Jill Scott. The band will be back on the road in 2024, planning to tour more and release lots of new music.

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