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Enter Natalie Prass

11 Feb 2016

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By Eva Garnes

Rolling Stone magazine praised her as one of the 10 new artists you need to know in 2015, and on February 29 American singer-songwriter Natalie Prass is coming to Melbourne.

As part of her international tour to support her new EP Side by Side, she will play for one night at the Melbourne Recital Centre in Southbank.

Prass has been hailed as a timeless singer-songwriter, and her songs have been described as modern classics.

The new EP includes renditions of her own songs My Baby Don’t Understand Me and Christy, as well as covers of selected classics such as Simon and Garfunkel’s The Sound of Silence.  

When Side by Side was released in November 2015, one reviewer stated it possessed “expertly crafted songs”, following closely in the footsteps of her debut-album.

With live versions of her own songs, as well as covers of a selected few classics, the concert is expected to be an intimate experience where Prass puts her unique touch to every song.

This will be Prass’s first Australian Tour and, although she‘s the headline act, she has invited along a group of special guests in order to create an evening of musical wonder.

For more information and to purchase tickets visit www.melbournerecital.com.au/events/2016/natalie-prass/

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