Natasha Anne Bedingfield (born 26 November 1981) is a British singer and songwriter.
Bedingfield released her debut album, Unwritten, in 2004, which contained primarily up-tempo pop songs and was influenced by R&B music. It enjoyed international success with more than 2.3 million copies sold worldwide.
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Hear Two Unreleased, Leaked Songs From Natasha’s ‘Unwritten’
Two previously unreleased tracks by Natasha have been leaked online, reportedly belonging to recording sessions for her debut album, Unwritten. One song is called “Save My Love” and the other is “Hold Me In Your Arms” with Daniel Bedingfield, both of which a source says were made in 2004 sessions with producer Nathan Winkler.
Excited news about Natasha’s new album! New songs were registered on Natasha’s page at ASCAP (The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers) and BMI (Broadcast Music, Inc.). Make sure to check them out:
CAN’T SHAKE IT OFF NATASHA ANNE BEDINGFIELD
ME AROUND YOU NATASHA ANNE BEDINGFIELD
MY LOVE (DANDO TE MI AMOR) NATASHA ANNE BEDINGFIELD
GEOFFREY ROJAS ROYCE
NON MI AMI NATASHA ANNE BEDINGFIELD
FRASER SMITH T
OUR SUMMER NATASHA ANNE BEDINGFIELD
RUBBER BALL NATASHA ANNE BEDINGFIELD
TOP DOWN NATASHA BEDINGFIELD
STEPHEN KIPNER ALAN
Natasha Bedingfield, Ne-Yo Play Fenway, Help Raise $1.3 Million for Carver Man
On Sunday, July 27, Fenway Park was transformed from into a support center for Dan Grimes, a 42-year-old Carver resident who was recently diagnosed with stage IV lung cancer.
Performers Ne-Yo and Natasha Bedingfield teamed up with Grimes’ employer, Healthbridge, and its parent company, CareOne, for a special concert inside of the Gate D concourse to benefit Grimes, a non-smoker and father of four. Michael Strahan served as the day’s master of ceremonies with special guest Tiki Barber.
Before the sold-out concert, which sold 1,800 tickets, Grimes walked a red carpet with the event’s headliners and posed with a check for the amount of money raised at the time of the concert: $1.3 million.
“It’s overwhelming with so much love and support,” Grimes said of the turnout. “It’s such a feeling of joy in my heart. I could never have imagined in a million years how much support for me would have come out, it’s incredible.”
For Bedingfield, who said the words to her songs took on new meaning after hearing of Grimes’ illness, meeting the event’s honoree was more than just a red-carpet photo-op.
“I just met Dan and he just has that huge smile and I could see that the people there, his coworkers, they were just cheering for him and I thought that was really beautiful,” Bedingfield said. “It makes me think that we all have to treasure every day that we have and make the most of it.”
Ne-Yo was eager to come on-board when they heard about Grimes’ story.
“To be honest when I heard Dan’s story — I mean, pardon my French, but I was kind of pissed off,” Ne-Yo said. “I’ll never understand why bad things happen to good people. It seems like he’s a pretty stand-up guy. He takes care of his family, works hard, and he got a bum rap.”
“I thank God for foundations like this one that look out for the little guy that gets dealt that hand,” Ne-Yo added.
When CareOne’s executive vice president, Elizabeth Straus, learned of Grimes’ diagnosis, she forged ahead to create the benefit.
“Well, Lizzy came to me and told me that one of our longtime executives, Dan Grimes, was diagnosed with such a serious illness,” Elizabeth’s father, CareOne CEO Dan Straus, recalled. “Lizzy has such an enormous heart and she said ‘we need to do something. We need to really do something big.’”
Elizabeth set the goal of $1 million and exceeded it by Friday, two days ahead of the event.
“We always say that CareOne — it’s is a family-owned and run company — so everybody who’s part of our company is part of our family,” Straus said. “Dan and his family are part of our family and we want to take care of them and help them and support them in any way that we can.”
The CareOne Cancer Fund in Honor of Dan Grimes was created initally to benefit Grimes and his family, but will also serve other employees of the company who may be affected by cancer.
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Natasha Bedingfield, Adam Blackstone & More Set for VH1’s MAKE A BAND FAMOUS
VH1 and Republic Records today announced the celebrity judges and mentors for its 24-hour livestream competition “Make A Band Famous.” The unprecedented event, hosted by The All-American Rejects frontman Tyson Ritter, will be live streamed from Liberty Warehouse in Brooklyn, New York starting Wednesday, June 11 at 8PM ET/5PM PT at MakeABandFamous.VH1.com and in the VH1 App.
The celebrity judges who will provide critiques and commentary for every challenge during the entire 24-hour event include: international pop star and Grammy Award-nominee Natasha Bedingfield; musical director to Justin Timberlake, Pharrell and Maroon 5, Adam Blackstone; Youtube singer/producer with over 4.2 million subscribers, Kurt Hugo Schneider; and west coast indie artist, record producer, and composer of the new feature film “Palo Alto,” Robert Schwartzman.
The celebrity mentors who will guide and coach bands in specific challenges during the event include: Gym Class Heroes Lead Singer/Rapper Travie McCoy; frontman of the Grammy-nominated band Daughtry, Chris Daughtry; and prolific songwriter/singer who co-wrote Katy Perry’s “California Gurls,” “Teenage Dream,” and “Roar,” Bonnie McKee. There will be additional guest appearances from: Benji and Joel Madden, Ed Sheeran, Fall Out Boy’s Patrick Stump and Pete Wentz, and Colbie Caillat.
On May 1, VH1 and Republic Records invited unsigned music acts to upload a 15-second clip of one of their original, unpublished songs to Instagram with the hashtag #MABF. Fans then had the chance to cast their votes via social media and push their favorite acts closer to Brooklyn and after an overwhelming number of submissions, the final field has been narrowed down to 24 bands, whose performance submissions can be viewed at MakeABandFamous.VH1.com. The last band standing will play a live showcase at Brooklyn’s Northside Festival, receive the support of an extended multi-platform “VH1 You Oughta Know” program and sign with Republic Records.
“Make a Band Famous” also offers a unique viewing experience to its audience, where viewers will be exposed to an uncensored, uncut livestream from multiple cameras that will stream simultaneously. The viewer will have access to performances, interviews, the green room, the judges’ opinions and the groups’ anxiety as they compete for their big break. In addition to the livestream, “Make A Band Famous” will be heavily pumped out throughout the day on VH1’s television lineup and its social platforms. All 24 hours will be raw, uncut and uncensored on MakeABandFamous.VH1.com and the VH1 App starting Wednesday, June 11th at 8 PM ET/5 PM PT.
Natasha Bedingfield Shares Life Lessons from The Pirate Fairy + Full Song
Pixie dust, switched talents, furtive alchemy, skullduggery on the high seas — all that and more is part of a new Disney movie set in the world of Peter Pan.
Called The Pirate Fairy, the film will set sail on Blu-ray and DVD April 1, with global pop star Natasha Bedingfield lending her voice to the title track, “Who I Am,” along with a second song called “Weightless.”
The British-born Grammy-nominated chanteuse has recorded what is arguably the most memorable — and danceable — pop music ever (“Unwritten” is my totem), making the opportunity to sit down with her to talk fairies and singing and life lessons and her childhood love of Disney movies (she can sing the lyrics to every single Disney song) that much more exciting.
Getting on board with the film was easy for Bedingfield. She says: “… They approached me to sing and I of course said ‘yes.’ I think Disney has had a very high standard of music from the start. It’s real music with orchestras and popular singers.”
What’s more, Bedingfield identifies with fairies, mainly because of their feisty personalities and ethereal sense of style. “They’re mystical and a lovely idea,” she says. “And I love that Disney heroines are cheeky when facing a challenge. You can’t have an adventure without things going wrong. There has to be something to conquer, something to pull out the good in you. You have to have challenges or life would be a boring story.”
“We’re all discovering who we are,” she says of what she feels is the major life lesson from the movie. “Zarina’s born into a certain structure and way of doing things, and she just finds herself being quite different. She’s inquisitive, she’s very smart, she doesn’t really fit in, and I think a lot of people relate to that.”
“Then she goes on her journey and she makes mistakes and she hurts the people she loves, but she comes around, and through the grace of the people around her who are also learning through her experience, it shows that progression,” she says. “Through finding ourselves and loving ourselves and the people around us we can all grow.”
“One of the reasons I did the movie, aside from loving Disney, is because of my nieces. I wanted to be in something they would see and take them to the premiere. I’d love to do more movies in general,” she adds. “I love making movies and I think it would be fun to do a whole soundtrack. Or a character!”
Well, the rest is still unwritten.
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