Nat Ciuro
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Nat Ciuro

Band Pop Singer/Songwriter


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EP, LP Vinyl/ LP Soon to be released digital. Single release will be in Feb. 2007 on

Place I Have Played:
Jacoby's Detroit
Magic Bag Ferndale
The Mint Birmingham
Bella Caffe Sterling Hts.
Mocha Cafe Sterling Hts.
Tucan Tango West Bloomfield


Feeling a bit camera shy


As fate would have it, Nat Ciuro, singer and songwriting beauty, would make her whirlwind breakthrough going from the streets of Detroit, ala side-town America, to Los Angeles, to record and make a record with some of the biggest and exclusive names in music. By luck and chance while in Detroit, she happened upon and quickly teamed-up with singer/writer and producer Senator O'Brien, the enigmatic R&B Punk Man, and from there, began a rocketlike ascent into the wide open world of music making.
Before all this could happen, Nat Ciuro had spent half a dozen years, and many more days, writing, dreaming, singing and playing guitar. Having performed since she was a young girl, and never shy of a crowd, Nat took these gifts and outpaced herself with this beautifully telling debut Release. Senator O'Brien produced Nat Ciuro live and uncensored to tape at the renowned 4th Street Recording. Recorded with world renowned musicians such as drummer Mick Fleetwood of Fleetwood MAC, and Steven Ferrone of Tom Petty, Eric Clapton and Chakka Khan; David Santos bass player for Elton John, Billy Joel, Crosby, Stills and Nash; and X drummer DJ BoneBrake on vibraphones. Long- time L.A. Multi-talents, The Serra Brothers, (Jeffrey on drums/guitar, and brother Rocco on keys and piano) greatly lent to the recordings and aided in the production of Nat’s up coming debut album, Undertake My Empire.
Ciuro and company, went beyond building a mother-of-all rhythm sections, and gathered throughout the world the efforts of a slew of guitarists ranging from acoustic World-Troubadour, PJ Smith, side-man guitarist Miles Joesph, and the romantic sounds and emotions of front-man/guitarist Pat O'Brien of Detroit’s own Aphonic. Further invites, were the locked-down skills of Danik Thomas on bass and the ever so dangerous SexBoys’ navigator, Sejo Navajas, still barely clothed, on Electrik guitars. Engineered by Neil Couser, gold record recipient for the Black Crows and Nelly Furtado, and kindly aided by the Serra Bros. and the 4th Street Recording Staff. In addition, Dee Cernile, producer/mixer/guitarist for Anna Nalick, Jewel, Michelle Branch, and producer for David Foster, joined in with Senator OBrien and Mick Fleetwood to harness a perfectly smooth and final mix.
Nat Ciuro’s words speak of hard fought liberation and tearful turns. Her voice is a beautiful, steel structure along side her steady and playful performing. Though she may embrace a soulful amount of pageantry, her sound is purposeful and perfectly abrupt with feminist meaning and intent. Not unlike music of Eastern and European decent, Nat Ciuro effortlessly pivots her voice of live and learn wisdom and dreamy musical action around a constant iambic pentameter, all of which is honest, heartfelt and real.
"I have been so blessed to have all of these talented, brilliant, fun, loving individuals understand me, and be moved by me, that we are all involved in this collaboration… all my thanks for allowing my dreams to come true."
Sometimes, dreams are meant to be lived.