Cabaret Songstress Connects with Story and Song

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November 3, 2019

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(New York) — Natalie Douglas is a staple of New York City’s cabaret scene who performed her one-woman show to a packed house at Birdland Jazz on Oct. 28. In a world of entertainment and sensory overload — from social media to streaming services — live performance is still touching hearts. The audience laughed along with her quirky anecdotes and wiped away tears as Douglas sang famous torch songs. Natalie Douglas feels like your favorite girlfriend who happens to sing like an angel.

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