17-year old Melbourne singer/songwriter Natasha Duarté has signed a management deal with Australian uber-manager Glenn Wheatley.
Glenn is the driving force behind the career of John Farnham and steered Delta Goodrem to her success. He also managed Little River Band and Australian Crawl.
“Apart from her extraordinary talent as a singer and the depth of her songwriting, what impresses me most about Natasha is her unbridled enthusiasm when it comes to performing” Glenn says. “Natasha wins her audiences over every time. Her motivation and love of music is infectious. I am looking forward to helping give her the chance to be heard and expand her ever-growing audiences further. I believe that Natasha has something very special and the ability and talent to sustain a very long and successful career”
Natasha has been working out of Melbourne with Paul Higgins’ Empire Records, the label that signed Delta Goodrem when she was 13-years old. Natasha joined Empire at around the same age.
Recently Natasha won the International Song Competition and the National Songwriting Award with songs from her debut EP ‘Wanted To Feel.
Recently she visited the Noise11.com studios.
Watch Natasha’s Noise11.com interview here.