Heads up, my friends. We’ve got a brand new album coming out this winter. It’s called “PROMISES,” and it is so freakin’ good. I’m not even ashamed to tell you that. It just is.
The record is available for pre-sale (and MORE) here: www.NYPROMISES.com
If you haven’t been to a 1×5 showcase at Rockwood Music Hall yet, this Saturday is a really good time to start. I’ll be one of the 5 artists sharing one band for the evening and creating some great music and memories. I played one of these shows in March and it was a total blast, one of the most fun times I’ve had on any stage. So rustle up some friends, and come by and see us! Details below:
The line-up (not in this order): Natalie York, Jeremy Current, Owen Dannoff, Brian Dunne, Sarah Mount
The band: Adrien Godat (guitar), Mike Squillante (guitar), Marty Fowler (bass), Dave Mackay (keys), Miles Nasta (drums)
The show: 7 pm at Rockwood Music Hall, Stage 2 (196 Allen St., New York, NY), free ($10 recommended donation)
Well, 2012 has been quite a ride. I’m thrilled to return to Jammin Java for my last show of the year. Hope to see all my hometown folks on December 30th!!! Get there on time at 7:30 pm to hear the amazing Kayte Grace open the show.
Tickets available online or at the door. Get em while they’re hot: http://www.jamminjava.com/home/events/natalie-york
Thrilled to be mentioned in today’s article by D.C. Music Download.
Here’s what they had to say about my song “The Sweet Air of Virginia,”
What a crooner! Natalie York’s bluesy sound brings to mind a bit of Norah Jones, with a couple dashes of Sara Bareilles. The tasteful blending of piano and guitar just might make you feel a little more sophisticated after you’ve heard it: it’s like entering into a southern ball. “The sweet air of Virginia used to be my only friend.” Definitely keep an eye on this one, y’all.
Cick here for the full article.
My friends, The Great Unknowns, are also featured for their song “Long Way Home.”
My dear friends, I have officially relocated. Don’t worry DC folks, I’ll be back plenty, just look at my show schedule!
But now that I’m settled in, I’d like to invite all of my New York friends to come celebrate with me at Red Hook Bait and Tackle tonight at 9. Pull on some rain boots and let’s boogie.
Be sure to check out the “Shows” tab to keep up with where I’ll be playing near you!
Coming up, I’m especially excited that I will be opening for David Olney at Telegraph Station on April 18th.
David Olney is awesome. His songs have been covered by Emmylou Harris, Linda Ronstadt, Del McCoury, Tim O’Brien, Slaid Cleaves, among many others. Take a sec to check out his website and hope you’ll come out and see us! Tickets will be available at the door and well worth the 12 bucks.
If you’d like to follow my Guatemalan adventures, I am keeping a blog. Check it out here: http://natalieyork.tumblr.com/. Also, make sure to venture over to the “Shows” tab to see what’s up for when I’m back in the USA!
I’m starting off the new year with a feature in DC Bebop’s “DC Music Scene” page, a showcase at Ebenezer’s Coffeehouse this Thursday, January 5th, and a big adventure to a foreign land.
Bring it on, 2012.