Natalie Williams Band featuring Amika String Quartet
LONDON Ronnie Scott’s
47 Frith Street, Soho
Acclaimed singer-songwriter and Soul Family vocalist Natalie Williams performs a very special show with her band, featuring the stunning sounds of the Amika String Quartet.
After 12 years of successfully running and selling out her monthly Soul Family Sundays shows at Ronnie Scott's, Natalie Williams performs a selection of stunning arrangements of her well-known original songs, some of her much loved covers of Minnie Riperton, Bjork and Sting and some new music alongside the release of her brand new EP. One of the UK's most endearing and popular soul/jazz artists, singer-songwriter, Natalie Williams has 7 critically acclaimed albums under her belt and a dedicated following that extends throughout the world. Being at the helm of the most successful residency of a world-renowned music venue is a feat to be admired. Natalie Williams’ Soul Family Sundays has had a monthly residency at Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club for the past 12 years, selling out regularly every single month and having played to over 40 thousand very enthusiastic soul fans over those years. Natalie herself boasts an accomplished career of recording and entertaining.
She has recorded seven studio albums, garnering a MOBO nomination for Best Soul opposite Sade, Plan B and Corinne Bailey Rae. Moreover, Williams has performed at venues all over the world – including Love Supreme and Glastonbury Festivals, The Royal Albert Hall, Barbican Centre, O2 arena and has toured in Japan, Asia, America and Europe - both as a solo artist and as a vocalist with jazz-funk sensation, Incognito. She has toured extensively with house band the Ronnie Scott’s All Stars, playing the Blue Note Caribbean Jazz Cruise (alongside Gregory Porter, Diane Reeves, Pat Metheny and Marcus Miller), Birdland Jazz Club in NYC , Rochester Jazz Festival and a regular residency at the Zermatt Unplugged Festival in Switzerland where she sang with Paolo Nutini, Gabrielle, Lisa Stansfield and Emeli Sandé.