Natalie Williams

606 Club, 90 Lots Road, London
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This event ended on Thursday 9th of March 2017


Venue Information

The 606 Jazz Club
Lots Road, SW10 0QD

Nearest Stations

Imperial Wharf 0.27 miles


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The wonderful Natalie Williams has been strutting her stuff here at the Club for over 10 years, going from a young upcoming Soul/R&B singer to established artist. With an 8 year Residency at Ronnie Scott’s leading her “Soul Family” Sundays through appearances at International festivals such as Montreux, Rochester (New York), Jakarta and the Blue Note Tokyo Nat has established herself as one of the finest singers on the UK scene. Her two-year stint as a lead vocalist in Incognito brought her worldwide acclaim and as a lead artist in her own right, Natalie has in recent years performed at the Cheltenham, Manchester, Love Supreme and London Jazz Festivals. As well as Jazz and Groove she also includes work with the likes of drum and bass icons Goldie and Nu:Tone and her own output of soul and R&B tracks resulted in her receiving a MOBO nomination. As well as classic jazz and groove standards the music this evening will also focus on her own originals from her latest album “Kaleidoscope”. As Nat describes it "The writing draws from all of my musical influences over the years; Jazz, soul, classic singer-songwriter with a touch of blues and country. Co-written, produced and mixed by my bassist and incredibly talented other half, Robin Mullarkey...It feels like a new dress I never want to take off". And ably assisting her tonight will be her fantastic band, featuring the aforementioned Rob Mullarkey-bass, Phil Peskett-piano, Al Cherry-guitar and James Maddren-drums. Special singer, special gig this.

“One of the UK’s hottest singers…she effortlessly moves from soul-diva to sensual and sophisticated jazz.” Time Out; “a commanding...presence”Telegraph; "incredible...a truly real, beautiful star, worthy of everyone’s attention” Jamie Cullum


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