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Natalie Williams chats about how she first got into jazz singing

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Samara Ginsberg Samara Ginsberg | 11:54 UK Time, Thursday, 19 November 2009


I caught up with singer Natalie Williams just after a rocking set at Spice of Life, in which she performed an incredibly diverse mixture of jazz standards; her own songs, including one with lyrics by her poet father; and even a Keane cover. It was a pretty quick interview as we were in a hurry to get back to the bar to hear the legendary Anita Wardell! Natalie told me all about how she first got into jazz singing. She also informed me that I had been missing out on some rather good parties recently...

Listen to our conversation.


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