I LOVE 2000’s Interview with NATHALIE AARTS from The Soundlovers
NATHALIE AARTS was born and lived for 21 years in Holland (Breda) during this period her interest for music developed and she studied piano, guitar and, subsequently, singing. In 1984 she was the protagonist of the film “Picking Up The Pieces”, which toured all major European film festivals and won several awards. In 1989 she got a jazz dance teacher diploma and in 1991 she decided to leave both Holland and her group, The Fuse, of which she had been the female singer for 6 years.
After having arrived in Italy she started working with the La Bionda brothers and as vocalist for a few advertising jingles. In December 1991 her work with the brothers resulted in her first record as solo artist, a cover of Lisa Stansfield’s “Change”. From 1992 she worked full-time with them at Logic Studios managing the recording studios and it was here that she started collaborating with Dischi Ricordi, working for the first time as a backing vocalist for artists such as: Gianna Nannini (and her first partecipation at Festivalbar in 1993), Adriano Celentano and the English group Right Said Fred (at Roxy Bar) but also with various musicians and producers as author and as a vocalist in various musical projects.