Natasha James’ “Room 203” Hits #1 On New Music Weekly Chart

The perfect Tex-Mex-flavored song about “needing a little love in my heart” on a lazy Summer afternoon has apparently hit a resonant chord with radio programmers: “Room 203,” from Natasha James’ soon-to-be-released album “My Country Has The Blues,” is in its second week at Number 1 on the influential New Music Weekly Country Top 30 Indie Chart (see below).  “Room 203” continues to hold steady at #5 on the NMW Country Main Chart and #3 on the California Roots Music Report (#11 on International RMR Chart). As if that isn’t enough, Natasha’s 2009 album “Tequila Time” is holding steady at #17 on the RMR Internet Chart.

Purchase “Room 203” or any of the seven tracks on “My Country Has The Blues” here: .

James will take to the road this summer as part of the “Music for Veterans” Tour, along with other selected concert dates.

What the critics are saying at Natasha James –

“The catchy “If You Think This Is Love,” “I Don’t Care” and “Somebody Just Blew It” provide further evidence of just what James can do, with a voice reminiscent of such country great as Loretta Lynn or blues babe Bonnie Raitt…”     Will Phoenix, LOS ANGELES EXAMINER

“Natasha James is an American troubadour in the purest sense of the word. The Sonoma, California-based singer-songwriter emotes from her soul and approaches her material with an authenticity and grit that harbors no pretense or fabrication. She speaks the truth and her songs are vibrant and illustrious stories that are as compelling as those of Woody Guthrie, Lucinda Williams or Gram Parsons, of whom she is often compared.”     Eric Harbadashian, MUSIC NEWS NASHVILLE

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