Nataly Lola - Singer/Songwriter

Nataly Lola is a California singer-songwriter, composer and independent recording artist. She is enjoying considerable popularity while performing regularly at a large number of prestigious venues on California’s Central Coast. For over a dozen years now she has been singing her heart out while playing her guitar and ukulele, performing around 200 gigs per year. A native of San Luis County, Nataly was fortunate enough to grow up in a very musical family. Her mother, Melody, taught her to sing and play music at a very young age. Her influences include Blondie, The Go-Go's, Joni Mitchell, The Temptations, Fleetwood Mac, The Beatles, Cyndi Lauper, Van Morrison and The Cranberries. Her eclectic style is sure to satisfy any listener, covering hits from all era's and genres in her own unique and acoustic way. 

Nataly's debut self-titled album was produced by Platinum Award Winning Producer and Grammy member & nominee, the late and the great Randy Rigby. You can hear her original music getting local play, regularly on The Krush 92.5. In November of 2017 Nataly's song "Meet Me at Midnight" Won 2nd place at the New Times Music Awards. Nataly has performed with Zach Carothers of the Grammy award winning band Portugal. The Man and Platinum awarded Producer & 2013 Grammy participant Randy Rigby. She also has shared the bill with Tom Higgenson of The Plain White T’s.  She has been a featured artist with Sunset Magazine’s yearly lifestyle festival, “Savor The Central Coast”. Nataly’s full band Ghost\Monster has been featured at many local concert series including the headlining band at the infamous Wildflower Triathlon which draws over 30,000 athletes and spectators. Her band has also been chosen to headline for huge local events such as The Solvang and The Atascadero Summer Concert Series. In 2021 her band released a full length album, “New Stars, New Skies” and her song “Nice Guys” won another New Times Music Award. Besides performing & composing, Nataly is also an active dancer, actress and teacher of the performing arts.