Singer, born in Austria in december 1974.
Her relationship with the world of music began when she was little, when she took part in the show "Sing Mit" at the age of five, singing a folk song. In 1981 she reappeared on another television show alongside Austrian singer Reinhold Bilgeri. In 1989, she Natascha ella appeared on the Rudi-Carrell-Show, which was broadcast in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, where she performed the song "Like a prayer" by Madonna.
In 1991 she was able to enter the first round of selections for the Eurovision Song Contest. But her song "Gebt den Kindern dieser Welt ...", composed by the members of the Joy group, was not finally chosen. That same year she released her first single, "Rockabilly Mädel," a cover of the 1979 Matchbox classic, "Rockabilly Rebel," to no avail. From 1990 to 1994 she was working for Sony, recording vocal tracks for various productions.
In 1993 she contributed the song "Die jungen Klosterfrauen" to the television show Elf 99, eventually being released as a single. This song was a danceable version of the song "An a Wunder hob 'i glaubt", winner of the Folk Music Grand-Prix.
In 1996 she took part in the Teleclubbing show, where she introduced the Chippendales and she also performed. That same year... Read More|
... she signed a contract with the Spanish company Blanco y Negro Music S.A. Her greatest success was "You and you", released in January 1997. It was written by Joan Enric Garde and Joan Vives, being published by Actual Music and released by Quality Records in the United States. It reached number 2 on the Spanish charts and stayed there for several weeks. It was licensed for other countries including the United States, and was remixed by producers for some record companies, such as Todd Terry's Warlock Records, who exported it internationally. She even appeared in a cologne ad of the same name.
In September of that same year she released the song "Calling You", a song that she co-wrote herself. It was nominated for best song in the genre "Other musical categories" by the SGAE and the AIE in Spain. She also appeared on various Sony compilations.
In February 1998 she released a dance version of the famous Titanic song, "My heart will go on", which reached 14th on the Spanish charts for two weeks. That same year she used her voice in the Space Airhon Bananas project, with the song "Crash Boom Bang", in which she herself co-wrote the music and lyrics.
In June 2000, she published in several countries the song "Sweet La La Love" (under the Vale Music label), which she wrote with F. Galera, R. Herrera. In January 2001, she also published the single "What will be" in Spain.
Later, she, Natascha, guided her career in the Eurotrance style, participating in 2001 in the German project Glow, with which she won a contest on the VIVA channel thanks to the song "Every Single Day."
In February 2002 she published the song "Without you", still under the Vale Music label in Spain, reaching number 13 on the charts in that country. She also co-wrote with Ruben Herrera an album for the artist Gisela (from Operación Triunfo). She released the singles "Hero" in July 2002 and "Love Keeps Us Together" in March 2003.
Natascha currently lives in Lustenau, Austria, and she speaks German, Spanish and English. She is planning to release an album next year.