Natalie Zoe
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Natalie Zoe


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"Austin City Limits Festival"

Saturday 4:30-5:15
Capital Metro American Original Stage

An Austin musical icon, Natalie Zoe has covered many musical genres....from acoustic singer songwriter, to electric-guitar slinging rocker, to jazz singer, to singing with "The Gospel According To Austin".

She's had several styles—blues, funk—and she's even had a turn at country (singing background vocals with David Allen Coe and The Lost Gonzo Band). She's been flavored and colored by all this great music....and evolved a unique and sparkling distillation of it that she's now performing and recording.
- Austin City Limits Promotional Brochure

"Seven Chords And The Truth - Review"

" Natalie Zoe's Seven Chords and The Truth places the veteran Austin singer-songwriter where she belongs - at the forefront of her estimable genre. Her easy, alluring vocals on "Nocturnal Reverie" and the bittersweet sentiment of "Winter" are testament to the maturation of her craft over three decades, much as her tenure singing with Malford Milligan imbues a soulful Seventies edge to "Do Me Like That," "Judge & Jury," and "Every Teardrop".

-- Margaret Moser
- Austin Chronicle

"Seven Chords And The Truth - Review"

"... The Austin singer's new album, shaded by such top local session players as David Grissom, Nick Connally, Papa Mali, and Sniz the drummer, tells the story of a woman who's 'played every bar from D.C. to Santa Fe' before realizing what really matters is songcraft and feeling at home in the studio. Those who know Zoe from her bluesy collaborations with Malford Milligan or acoustic guitar sets at dives around town might be surprised how full this record sounds."

-- Michael Corcoran
- Austin American - Statesman

"Seven Chords And The Truth - Review"

"... Seven Chords contained some well-written, world-wizened songs -- the opening 'Tell Your Story Well' being the real standout -- created by a woman who sounds likes she's speaking from experience."

-- Lynne Margolis
- Texas Music Magazine


Natalie's CD's:

Seven Chords And The Truth (2004)
Never Too Old To Swing (1998)


Feels Like Home - Natalie Zoe and Malford Milligan (2001)
Fountain of Tears - The Alliance (1997)

Guest Appearances:

Sweet Cherry Soul - Malford Milligan (2002)
Frontejas - Tish Hinojosa (1995)
Heal In The Wisdom - Bobby Bridger (1981)
Signs Of Life - Lost Gonzo Band (1978)



From the Austin City Limits Music Festival Program Book:

An Austin musical Icon, Natalie Zoe has covered many musical genres: from acoustic singer-songwriter to electric-guitar-slinging rocker to jazz singer to gospel blues belter. She's even had a turn at country, singing background vocals with David Allan Coe and the Lost Gonzo Band. Zoe returns for her second appearance at the Austin City Limits Music Festival, bringing with her a great band featuring three female back-up vocalists and her unique distillation of styles. Zoe herself spent several months of each of the last three years touring Europe singing behind Austin powerhouse Malford Milligan ( of Storyville fame) , as well as singing back ground vocals for the mighty Don Henley.She has opened for such artists as Warren Zevon, Muddy Waters, Lucinda Williams, Storyville, Eric Johnson, Carole King, Stevie Ray Vaughan, & Ian Moore, and also won several Austin Chronicle Music Awards including "Best Solo Performer" (1987) and "Best Tape" (1993). A recent rave review by Ben Fong-Torres ( formerly of Rolling Stone) called Zoe's single "Feels Like Home" ( a duet with Milligan) "killer" and "gorgeous", comparing her voice to Norah Jones. Zoe resides in her hometown of Austin, Texas where she recorded her latest release "Seven Chords and The Truth" at Austin's renown Cedar Creek Studio with Fred Remmert
( Dixie Chicks, Shawn Colvin, & Jimmy La Fave) at the helm......Please go to to view reviews & details.