Natále was raised in Philadelphia, though began her musical journey at 17, when she relocated to Tel Aviv. Her time in Israel was spent between performing in local bars and rooftops, fronting a 70’s rock band, and taking trips to the desert where she reconnected with her ancestral roots. It was then that she developed her songwriting and performance skills and began to follow her vision beyond the gritty clubs of her cover band days .
After a mystical experience and a failed trip to India, Natále was led to Providence. Enchanted by the vibrant art scene and it’s quirky cast of characters, she began crafting acoustic folk songs in a 1920’s opera house, alongside her friend and fellow visionary Ben Knox Miller, of The Low Anthem.
With her new found love for folk music, and an affinity for soul and jazz, she connected with local players who soon formed her first original lineup.
Merging her musical influences and passion for spirit, Natale quickly became recognized as a positive force in the local music scene. Realizing the importance of community, she started hosting house shows and became the co-creator of the annual Divine Providence festival.
Currently, she is preparing for a trip to Prague to continue working with producer and multi-instrumentalist, Nic Coolidge. The two dive into pre-production for their next release, gearing up to write and record together this fall at an old farmhouse in Maine.