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"Just a small town girl, living in a lonely world, she took the midnight train going anywhere"
Tangled Radiance is raising money to professionally record an album of original songs. Be our midnight train and help us send our music out into and beyond our community...we don't stop believing, join us on this journey.
Tangled Radiance is fronted by violist and singer/songwriter Natalie Ray. Natalie is a Berklee College of Music graduate. She plays rock, folk, jazz and classical music and has performed in Spain, Canada and Carnegie Hall. Natalie began writing in 2008, her influences include Mumford & Sons, Corinne Bailey Rae, The Civil Wars, Jill Scott, Feist, Sting and James Taylor. This is her first album. $3400 will cover studio recording costs and the cost of ordering physical CDs or MP3 cards. Natalie lives in the pine forests of Central Arizona with her husband Brandon and twin girls.
This album will be recorded by Jordan Rowan, hailing from Central Coast California. Jordan is an up and coming music producer and audio engineer. Jordan knew he wanted to be able to offer bands the chance to make a product they we're 100% excited about, something he had struggled to find in other producers and audio engineers. He has since worked on hundreds of recording projects. The desire to offer bands a project that exceeds their expectations along with a God given passion for music is what prompted him to start his own recording business.
He has had the privilege to work with great producers and audio engineers including Barry Blair and Skidd Mills. He spent a year interning with producer/audio engineer Keith Smith who currently produces and mixes Nashville, Tennessee. Caring not only about the quality of his own work, Jordan's passion for the bands he works with and their music is unmatched. He has worked with a broad range of styles including R&B, Alternative, Metal, Southern Rock, Worship, and Folk to name a few. Jordan is also a well established musician. Having played professionally in a number of bands for over 10 years, he is able to use this unique perspective in the recording process.