Natalie Prauser blends the introspection of the 60s Laurel Canyon folk scene with the attitude of 70s outlaw country. Whiskey infused lyrics combine loving, leaving, and honky-tonk debauchery.
A Kansas native, Natalie began playing in bars at the tender age of fourteen, and was a recipient of an American Songwriters Award in 2015. With an interest in both lyrical and visual storytelling, she recently graduated from the Kansas City Art Institute with a filmmaking degree.
Natalie recently released her first full-length solo album, entitled “Til the Sun Comes Up,” on 11/1/22. The album was produced by Marty Bush and features Devon Teran on pedal steel, and Marty Bush on electric guitar, baritone, and drums. Natalie is currently on tour through the rest of 2022 promoting the new record.