Natalie Jean is excited to announce her collaboration with songwriters Bruno Vallelunga and Latin Grammy Nominee Danilo Gossain, titled “Nostalgia de Navidad”.
Nostalgia de Navidad is a cover of the song “Holiday Blues”, which was written and produced by Bruno Vallelunga. Natalie Jean performed, arranged, and produced Nostalgia de Navidad, and it was translated into Spanish by two time Latin Grammy Nominee, Danilo Gossain.
Currently, Nostalgia de Navidad is a Semi-Finalist in the 2019 UK Songwriting Contest in the Holiday Song Category.
Natalie Jean (Kensington, MD) has been nominated over 90 times for her music and has won many awards. Most recently, she won the Gold Medal in the 2019 Global Music Awards for Singer/Songwriter for her song “You Don’t Know Me”.
Most recently, Natalie won “Versatile Artist of The Year” at the 2019 Josie Music Awards, which was held at the DP Dollywood Theater, in TN on September 21, 2019. She performed her song “He Loves Me”, along with her musical colleagues, Kathryn Shipley and Levi Coby, at the awards show.
Natalie is also a Finalist in the 2019 KICMA Awards for Song of The Year (What Would You Do for Love? and Radio Single of The Year (You Don’t Know Me). She won a Silver Medal in the 2019 Global Music Awards for her song “What Would You Do for Love? in the categories of Social Impact and Female Vocalist. She also won, along with her co-writer, Michael Peloso, a Silver Medal in the 2019 Global Music Awards for the month of June for lyrics, songwriter, and song. Her song “He Loves Me” was also a Finalist in the Great American Songwriting Contest.
In 2018, she won Folk/Americana Song of The Year, for her song “The Letting Go” (a duet with Levi Moore) co-written with Michael Peloso and Female Artist of The Year Multi-Genre at the 2018 Josie Music Awards. Also, she won Entertainer of The Year at the 2018 KICMA Music Awards.
Bruno Vallelunga is an active songwriter/producer/music publisher and independent record label owner (Igloo Records Ltd.) in the Montreal and Canadian music scene. Recently wrote and produced WHO WILL STOP THE NUCLEAR CLOCK and sung by Leonie Gray (Holiday Blues) to highlight the need for nuclear disarmament in the world. Currently working on a project that deals with climate change and its impact on humanity.
Danilo Gossain is a music producer, arranger and percussionist from Bogota, Colombia, graduated with honors from Berklee College of Music in Boston.
Danilo has produced more than 15 albums, some of which have been awarded in different competitions. He was also a teacher in the University El Bosque in Bogota, where he taught production and recording techniques for more than two years.
Danilo’s most recent achievements include two Latin Grammy nominations, silver and bronze medals at the Global Music Awards, best instrumental production at The Akademia in Los Angeles, two semi-finalist songs at the International Songwriting Competition, and gold and silver medals at the Jingle and Advertising Festival in Buenos Aires, Argentina
He owns a recording studio in Bogota, Colombia, where he is currently established. In the present, he is working as a salsa arranger, producer and studio sessionist, as well as playing percussion with a salsa orchestra.
For more information, please go to Natalie Jean’s social media sites.