A native of Harrodsburg Kentucky, Natalie has performed Country, Classic Rock, Blues and Jazz. She has appeared in musical theater and stage plays, along with numerous appearances on TV and in radio. One of the most popular and versatile entertainers on the country music circuit, Natalie was named America's First Japan Idol. After starring in a local production of "Always... Patsy Cline" in 2010, Natalie was asked to sing with Larry Sanders and Borderline and later made her circuit debut at the Shepherdsville Country Music Show. Her Band, Natalie Berry and the Gnat Pack, has opened for the Kentucky Headhunters and continues to perform throughout the state. Natalie regularly appears at Oprys and Jamborees throughout Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio. Whether belting out a sultry ballad or an up-tempo version of "Bill Bailey", she keeps her audience captivated and her comedic whit is always welcomed by her fans.
Along with her music, Natalie teaches English as a Second Language and French while also acting as a vocal and theater coach.