Natalie Brown (singer)

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This article is about the indie R&B artist. For the dance music artist, see Natalie Browne.
Natalie Brown
Canadian singer Natalie Brown 2.jpg
Background information
Birth name Natalie Brown
Genres Pop, blue-eyed soul
Occupation(s) singer-songwriter
Instruments voice
Years active 2000–present
Labels Identity Music Group, Inc.
Website http://www.natalie-brown.com

Natalie Brown is a Canadian-born pop and blue-eyed soul singer-songwriter.

Career[edit]

In 2000, Brown released her debut album Let the Candle Burn. Her single Run Away was featured along with songs from major-Label artists in Promo-Only's Rhythm Radio series. Her songs have been played on online and commercial radio world-wide.[citation needed] Billboard Magazine featured her in an article about emerging [1] Her track Confused received an honorable-mention in the 2001 Billboard Song contest. Let the Candle Burn won the Just Plain Folks Music Organization award for Best R&B Song of 2001.[2] The album was runner-up for JPF's Best R&B Album 2001.[3] In 2003, Christmas album A Cool Christmas, a ten-song R&B/pop-influenced collection of holiday favorites was released online, followed by the release of Brown's singles "I Wonder" and "Queen of Me"; "Queen of Me" was released by AVEX Records, Japan on Soul Essentials 7, together with songs by Rahsaan Patterson, Earth Wind & Fire, and others.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • November 14, 2000: Let the Candle Burn
  • December 4, 2003: A Cool Christmas
  • January 30, 2009: Random Thoughts
  • January 17, 2012: The Relationship Odyssey

Singles[edit]

  • 2000: "Let the Candle Burn" (limited cd-single)
  • 2001: "Run Away" (only single to be released to major radio stations)
  • 2008: "Queen of Me"
  • 2008: "I Wonder"

References[edit]

  1. ^ (Top Emerging Talents Billboard Magazine 02/03/01 pg. 30 & Top Emerging Talents Billboard Magazine 03/03/01 pg. 15.)
  2. ^ "2001 Just Plain Folks Music Awards Song Winners". jpfolks.com. Retrieved 2010-07-06. 
  3. ^ "Just Plain Folks 2001 Album Winners (In Alpha Order)". jpfolks.com. Retrieved 2010-07-06.  horizontal tab character in |title= at position 36 (help)

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