Natalie Warner

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Natalie Warner
Natalie Warner Guitar.jpg
Background information
Birth name Natalie Warner
Born (1989-12-19) December 19, 1989 (age 27)
Shreveport, Louisiana United States
Origin Los Angeles, California
United States
Genres Pop, alternative
Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter, producer
Years active 2006 - Present
Labels Capitol (2006-2007)

Natalie Warner (born December 19, 1989) is an American singer, songwriter, and producer from Los Angeles, CA.


In 2006, at the age of 16, Warner was signed to a deal with Capitol Records. During this time she worked with Grammy-winning producer Mike Elizondo.[1] The deal was short-lived, however, as the label decided it would be best for Warner to make a piano-vocal only record, so Warner chose to exit the recording agreement.

She later recorded with Mike Elizondo engineer Scott McKay Gibson, the result of which was the "Strange Bird EP," released in June 2009.[2] Warner and Gibson co-produced the EP, and played nearly every instrument on it. The album also featured a co-write with Josh Farro,[3] formerly of the band Paramore. The single "I Will Take You Under" achieved success on Clear Channel's iheartradio, where it was #1 for 3 months atop their "NEW!" Signed Adult chart.[4] The music video for the song[5] was featured as the AOL Music Video of the Day[6][7] in July 2009. That same year, Warner also received the Abe Olman Scholarship for Excellence in Songwriting from the Songwriters Hall of Fame for "I Will Take You Under".[8] Most recently, the song "I Will Take You Under" has started to receive airplay on BBC Radio 2 in the UK.[9] In March 2012, Natalie appeared on the Hoodie Allen single "No Interruption," singing the vocal "oohs" that feature nearly the duration of the song. On December 21, 2012, Natalie Warner released a music video for the song "Always Your Woman."[10]


Year Album
2009 "Strange Bird EP"


Year Single
2009 "I Will Take You Under"

Music videos[edit]

Year Single Director
2008 "I Will Take You Under" Kurt Nishimura[11]
2012 "Always Your Woman" Natalie Warner


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