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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Full list of musical artists released for One World Concert in Carrier Dome
The One World Concert, a festival-style music event in the Carrier Dome, released its full list of more than 20 musical artists set to perform, including Nelly Furtado, Phillip Phillips, Cyndi Lauper and Natasha Bedingfield.
The concert is part of a “landmark” two-day forum, “Common Ground for Peace,” at Syracuse University on Oct. 8 – 9. The event is produced and sponsored by the One World Community Foundation, an organization established by SU trustee Samuel Nappi.
The forum features a public talk by the Dalai Lama, the spiritual leader of Tibet, as well as panel discussions for faculty and students. The event is meant to bring together international thought leaders and the Syracuse community on SU’s campus to discuss moving toward peaceful, global consciousness.
[Gallery] Lumia Lounge At The Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE
Hey guys, i just added pics of Natasha attending the Lumia Lounge At The Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE Celebrating The Launch Of The Nokia Lumia 900 In Pink at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on August 8, 2012 in Los Angeles, California. Check it out:
Natasha Bedingfield rents out her luxurious Los Angeles home for $18,000 a month
She announced in April that she is working on a fourth studio album and intends for it to be released worldwide instead of just in America.
And now Natasha Bedingfield has put her luxurious Los Angeles home up for rent – at a steep $18,000 per month.
The Unwritten singer purchased the property for $2.3million back in 2009, shortly after she wed businessman beau Matt Robinson.
Plush pad: Natasha Bedingfield’s Los Angeles home is available for rent for $18,000 a month
The home is situated in the trendy Los Feliz area and boasts five bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms.
It is located in the gated community of Laughlin Park which realtor Andrew Mortaza of Keller Williams Realty describes as an ‘ultimate retreat for celebrities and individuals who value their privacy,’ according to Zillow.com.
At 4792-square-foot the property, which was built in 1953, offers plenty of space for Natasha and her husband.
Luxurious location: The home is situated in the trendy Los Feliz area of Los Angeles
Couple’s first home: Natasha purchased the house for $2.3million in 2009, shortly after she wed Matt Robinson
Entertaining space: The home has a cinema which no doubt Natasha and her husband enjoyed on evenings in
The realtor claims that the house has been updated with ‘no expense spared.’
It also features plenty of outdoor space including a swimming pool, patios and a hot tub.
If that wasn’t enough, the property has lots of room for entertaining with a cinema and two kitchens.
Plenty of space: The 4792-square-foot the property has five bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms
A keen cook?: Natasha’s home has two kitchens which means there’s lots of room for romantic meals
Secure: The property is perfect for a celebrity as it is located in a private gated community
Great outdoors: The singer’s property has a swimming pool, hot tub and patios, as well as fantastic views of the Los Angeles skyline
No doubt Natasha, who was born in Sussex and grew up in London, has made the most of the home’s views of the Los Angeles skyline.
She may be testing the waters of the real estate market in a move to upscale if she and her husband are thinking of expanding their brood.
Or it could be that Natasha is simply filling her home while she attempts to have a comeback on an international scale.
Staying in shape: It seems Natasha uses the home gym to maintain her trim figure
Modern interiors: The property was built in 1953 but the star has reportedly spared no expense in updating it
Testing the waters?: It is unclear whether Natasha is testing the real estate market or simply filling the home while she’s not there
Neutral palette: The house’s interiors feature creams, whites and dark wood
The opening act at Saturday night’s Robert Mondavi Summer Music Festival, soulful Indiana balladeer Jon McLaughlin, was so good and so well received, audience members couldn’t help but wonder if headliner Natasha Bedingfield could sustain the musical high.
There was really no need to worry. The U.K. singer/songwriter swept onto the stage in a hail of “Neon Lights” and put the crowd on notice that she was there to deliver a good time. I don’t know who had more fun, the thousand-plus audience or the artist herself.
Throughout the 90-minute songfest, Bedingfield bounced about the stage, played with her hair, tugged at her stylish long indigo and black gown, toyed with her backup musicians, sipped wine and clapped her hands in the air — an animated singing doll, to be sure.
Bedingfield broke onto the scene in 2004 in her adopted England (she was born in New Zealand) with a bevy of uptempo rhythmic pop tunes that included the wildly popular “Unwritten,” the most-played song on radio in 2006 and the third single from her first CD. Actually, “Single” was the artist’s first single but it was the second, “These Words” that introduced her to the U.S. market and, for a time, found a home on the Billboard Top 20.
She offered these songs and one more from that groundbreaking recording — “I Bruise Easily,” a torch song for the 21st century.
Bedingfield writes music because she feels she has something to say. Her reinforcing mantra is: “Get out there and get on with it! That’s a theme to a lot of my songs — taking life, owning it, living it to the max.”
While she performed half of the tunes from her 2010 CD, including the title track, “Strip Me,” the show featured a lot of material the affable blonde bombshell’s written in recent years, including the recent hit, “Pocketful of Sunshine.” But it was Prince’s “Purple Rain” — which saw the singer writhing at the microphone — that proved to be one of the show’s strongest numbers. Backed by a sterling trio — guitarist Luca Campaner, bassist Pete Martin and drummer Chaun Horton — and strong backup vocalist Jess Collins, the headliner showed she’s capable of more than songs that appeal to the young women who make up a significant part of her fan base.
Oh to be sure, “Weightless,” “All I Need” and “Soulmate” were on the bill. But it’s that strong Prince arrangement that’s still ringing in my ears.
[VIDEOS + IMAGES] Esprit Regent Street grand reopening with a performance by Natasha Bedingfield
San Franciscan brand Esprit reopened their Regent Street flagship store with a bang last night. It was a lavish affair with velvet ropes and uniformed doormen struggling to keep a slew of paparazzi and the gathering crowd of curious onlookers at bay, who were all trying to catch a glimpse of just who was inside!
Once past the doormen and the guestlist check, we were greeted by pink polo-shirted wait staff offering canapés and cocktails or wine. Ice buckets dotted all over the store provided beers, mineral waters and handmade lemonades. Esprit really went above and beyond in providing their guests with a top quality experience; this will surely rank as one of the most well put on parties of the year.
A range of interactive crafty activities had been arranged for guests to get involved in, including hand printing eco tote bags and decorating cupcakes which were even boxed-up for guests to be able to take home; my attempt at bag-printing was somewhat a failure but I fared rather better at cupcake design; the result of which I was quite proud of until, of course, I immediately smudged it even in its protective box.
As the well dressed and very fashionable crowd busied themselves with these activities and shopped the latest Esprit collection, taking advantage of the 20% discount offer on the night, the paparazzi chased several members of the TOWIE cast down Regent Street and singer Dionne Bromfield managed to slip by them and into the event looking very pretty in blue. Male models Jay Camilleri and BB from E4’s Dirty Sexy Things were enjoying themselves (and the wine) working the crowd which gradually began to congregate around the stage that had been set up for what was undoubtably the main event of the evening — a performance by pop star Natasha Bedingfield.
Bedingfield is one of the few UK singers who have achieved notable success in the US; her track Unwritten was used as the theme tune to the reality show that started them all — The Hills. She went on to have two very successful albums and so it was with due cause that by the time she came on stage for her live acoustic set the crowd had worked itself up into quite a fervour. Natasha’s performance was, to say the least, amazing. She sang not one, but five of her hits and welcomed her brother to the stage to beatbox to her performance of Unwritten at which point she had the entire crowd singing along very enthusiastically. Ms Bedingfield brought the house down by finishing off with a rendition of Purple Rain that truly showcased her impressive vocal talents and had her audience whooping and screaming their appreciation. A beyond-par performance from a lovely lady.
Post-performance, the crowd made for the exits, waylaid by mini ice-cream cones and a coffee cart serving espressos and coffee to help counter-act the alcohol thus consumed, collecting gift bags on the way out that contained Esprit giftcards, mini Jo Malone votive candles and a copy of Angel Adoree’s Vintage Tea Party book.
The new store is an airy shopping delight, part of the brands “back to the roots” restructure, Esprit have certainly achieved what they set out to do. Wandering across the two floors of the open plan store, it certainly does not feel as if you are in the UK, rather, through lighting, architecture and design, Esprit have created a very American ambience. Californian cool is the key here; laid back, pared down chic clothing is showcased in an easy manner in a very “natural” environment that is emphasised with the use of natural and sustainably sourced wood, hand-painted mannequins and wall art montages depicting scenes of the Golden State from which Esprit hails (the first Esprit collection in 1968 was sold from a VW bus in San Francisco!).
Natasha Bedingfield to perfom on the Esprit Store Launch tomorrow!!!
Natasha will sing on the Espirit Store Launch tomorrow in London. Check out the press release.
Esprit revamps London’s Regent Street store
INNOVATIVE ARCHITECTURE, HANDCRAFTED DETAILS AND A RELAXED ATMOSPHERE ARE THE FOCUS OF THE NEW ESPRIT CONCEPT STORE.
LONDON – June 2012 – Esprit is set to unveil the new look Regent Street store on June 14th, providing visitors with a well-deserved break from the hustle and bustle of the city. The store will be launched at an exclusive opening event on the evening of 13th June 2012, where guests will be given an exclusive insight into the new store concept in a relaxed atmosphere.
The opening of the Esprit store on Regent Street is part of the company’s transformation program announced in September 2011, which is aimed at strengthening the brand and its profitability in the long term. This innovative concept will be implemented as part of the planned comprehensive redesign of all Esprit-managed stores. To this end, the fashion label will invest over 280 million euro by 2015.
Inspiring naturalness and authenticity are the key elements to the atmosphere of the new store. The Esprit creative team has combined materials, which complement each other perfectly. Brick walls and concrete supports have been exposed and preserved. High-quality woods meet flowing luxurious materials, as well as warm and light colours and the authentic elements of the original building. Harmonious shapes and natural surfaces are continued in the display furniture, which ties in with the overall appearance.
‘Every small detail makes a big difference’ is the motto that transforms this store, full of architectural innovations, into an inviting place with a feel-good factor that radiates the Esprit attitude to life: natural and relaxed. The current trend towards reflection and a return to nature as well as the desire for handmade items is reflected in the store design. An exciting mix of handcrafted detail makes you aware of just how much hard work and loving detail has gone into the overall concept, with Esprit clothing presented on coat hangers made from recycled wood.
True to the spirit of ‘Back to the roots’, the London store pays homage to San Francisco, the birthplace of Esprit, with photos of the city printed on wood in the changing cabin area. In combination with large windows and relaxed seating areas, the interior underpins the friendly and relaxed atmosphere of the store.
In the style of a modern, feminine and comfortable city loft apartment, the store is a peaceful oasis of calm from the stress of the hectic city. According to the Esprit Architecture Department, ‘an urban and authentic but relaxed atmosphere is particularly important to us’.
With freestanding individual furniture you might find in your own home, natural decorations consisting of seasonal plants, special accessories and cosy rugs, the store proves that it is able to surprise and inspire time and again.
The new Esprit store is located at:
178-182 Regent Street,
Store opens to public on:
Thursday 14th June 2012 at 10am
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