On Friday (10.8), 2x GRAMMY-winner Natalie Hemby released her “phenomenal” (NPR All Songs Considered) sophomore album ‘Pins and Needles’ via Fantasy Records. Yesterday (10.13), she delivered a poignant performance of her song “Radio Silence” on The Kelly Clarkson Show.
Before the performance, Hemby chatted with Clarkson about songwriting, mutual Nashville connections, reaching the pinnacle of her career in her 40s and more. Watch here: youtu.be/FnUO5ili5jc
Hemby’s ‘Pins and Needles’ album has received critical acclaim from NPR, New York Times, Entertainment Weekly, Vulture, Forbes, PEOPLE, Associated Press, Billboard, Garden & Gun, Pop Matters, Nashville Scene, No Depression and many others. CBS Mornings’ Anthony Mason called it “a real gem” and joined her for a conversation last week. Hemby also spoke with WNYC All Of It With Alison Stewart during a ‘Pins and Needles’ listening party on release day (10.8), HERE.
Hemby, who Billboard calls “one of Nashville’s strongest creative figures,” has been a mainstay songwriter in-demand by everyone from Alicia Keys, Ed Sheeran, Miranda Lambert, Sheryl Crow and many others.
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