Natalie Gauci has released her new single titled ‘Fame’. Having already won Australian Idol, you would think the only place to go was down. Natalie has continued that journey and built a sound around her that is filled with the soul of her voice and the conviction of her ambition.

‘Fame’ tells a story. Doesn’t have to be just hers. This is music. Music is relatable. With fame, you feel an endearing quality about that music that can’t be denied. Can’t be withdrawn or taken back. It stays with you. That evocation of feeling within her voice would be enough. But there is experience in there. And that is what stays with you.

About Natalie Gauci

Natalie Gauci is an award-winning recording and performing artist. She began writing music at 14, while also playing trumpet in Big Band. Jazz and Classical training followed along with an acting diploma.

Natalie went on to claim the title of The Winner of Australian Idol. Awarded Platinum designation for her Winner’s Journey album and Gold for the single “Here I am”. International success followed with charting the single and album in the UK, Sweden, Germany and Denmark. She toured the UK and Europe and held down a residence at Ronnie Scott’s in London. Other highlights included: Henley On Thames Music Festival UK (with Chaka Khan), In The City Festival Manchester, Sofa Sounds London, TEDx London, Festiball Buckinghamshire UK Festival, Walk The Walk Breast Cancer Charity Festival and The Big Umbrella Charity Event Kathmandu.

Natalie has performed and collaborated with Lionel Ritchie, Danni Minogue, Kate Ceberano, Nitin Sawhney, Ian Moss, Steve Kilbey, Mark Holden, Ian (Dicko) Dickson, Guy Sebastian. Supported International Award-Winning Artist Patrizio Buone for Australia National Tour, Bachelor Girl in Melbourne.

Every dollar that is made on Natalie’s upcoming album is going to support her charity, ‘A Call to Wisdom’ which will help people who have broken parts that require healing from sexual abuse, trauma and domestic violence. “Brokenness is leading to homelessness and what we need now more than ever is hope”.