Folk singer-songwriter Natalie Mishell was born and raised in sunny southern California. For most of her younger years, she worked in film, TV, and commercials before moving from Los Angeles to New York to pursue her music career. In 2010, she released the EP, "In My Shoes" (produced by Rich Pagano), followed by an east coast solo tour and the 2011 single, "Sunshine". Natalie’s first full-length record, "Goodnight Stranger," produced by J.P. Bowersock (The Strokes, Ryan Adams) featured Troy Fannin on lead guitar, Cameron Mitchell on pedal steel, Dave LeBlanc on drums, and Tony Oppenheimer on bass. The group toured nationally as Natalie Mishell & Company. In 2016, Natalie recorded new singles “Keep On Lovin” and "So Patiently” accompanied by a live-session music video. In 2017 Mishell collaborated with director Jess Lowe on a unique and haunting music video bringing the song “Devil In Me” to life.
Most recently she formed a folk rock duo with songwriter Jahn Sood (record “All The Things” to be released in 2019) and has been exploring co-writing with a number of songwriters around the globe. She continues making appearances at local NYC venues and curates her own singer-songwriter showcase at Erv’s in Prospect Lefferts Gardens. Natalie brings a contagious energy to live shows, greets her audiences with a warm smile, vulnerability and an open heart.