Natasha Waterman - Long Road
Natasha Waterman has brought forth an inspiring album with the best of soulful easy listening music. Her album is a blend of great songs that cross all genres in one way or another. She can not be boxed into a genre for what she is, is popular it speaks to the masses. Long Road is about love and life!
For Natasha it started at the age of 11, writing was her outlet and even more so her passion. Through the years between balancing music and raising her beloved children she has shown them, the results of hard work and dedication.
This singer songwriter has evolved tremendously, from different genres of singing to different genres of writing. In 2003 she had her song State of Emergency placed in David Sutherland's featured film, Love, Sex and Eating the bones starring Hill Harper. Natasha then took some time to find her own sound and did some writing. Her timing was good, she landed 3 co writes on Double Platinum Selling, Canadian Idol, Kalan Porter's Album 214 Days. There after returned the next year to have 2 songs placed on Canadian Idol Melissa O'neil's self titled album which her song Speechless released as a single. Not to mention the success she has had on previous recordings with Choclar, Ivana Santil, Mr. Roam, Brass Monk, In Essence including co writes with Randy Bachman of Turner overdrive, Marc Jordan, Bobby Cameron, Luke McMaster, Tupelo Honey, Will Pugh of the Cartel's, Rupert Gale, Rob Wells, Robbie Patterson, Vince DeGiorgio, David Martin and many more.