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With Jon Lord in Trondheim

Nathalie was asked to do backing vocals at the Jon Lord concert in Trondheim in the summer of 2007.

You can read more about the event here.

Nathalie is performing on ”Coil”, the opening track on  the latest album by Opeth -“Watershed”.

The album was released by Roadrunner Records on june 3rd 2008 and entered Billboard at 23.

You’ll find it on iTunes here.


Video interview with Mikael Åkerfeldt about working with Nathalie.


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When Opeth was invited to perform at the Swedish TV 4 Morning News show, they decided to pley the opening track from their latest album, Watershed.  Since Nathalie is sharing the lead vocals on the track Coil, she was asked to participate. This was the first live performance of the song. Watch it by clicking the image. More recordings to be found here on Youtube.

Live on TV4

On Sunday, May 23, Nathalie made an appearance at the Jon Lord concert in the Nidaros Cathedral in Trondheim. The concert consisted of music from Jon Lord’s new album ”To Notice Such Things” and of songs from his earlier works. Nathalie performed three solo pieces and did a duet with Steve Balsamo on Deep Purple’s ”Soldier of Fortune”.

Performing Coil with Opeth

Vocals on Coil

Coast To Coast

Photo: Roald Jungaard

Singing on Watershed

Singing

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Jon Lord

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Nidaros
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On stage were also musicians from Opeth, Martin Axenrot (drums) and Martin Mendez (bass), Magnus Johansen (keyb), Nina Brovoll and Karina Hansen (choir), plus The Lord Chamber Orchestra conducted by Torodd Wigum. The Choir Children of Time conducted by Elen Cath Furunes.
See videos from the event at the Video page.

Two years ago Glenn Hughes found a youtube movie with Nathalie doing her version of his classic song ”Coast to Coast”. He was so impressed that he made contact and invited her to sing it with him live, next time he came to Sweden. Yesterday at the event ”An evening with Glenn Hughes” it all came true. Watch it here.

Duet with Glenn Hughes