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She Jammed with Sir Paul McCartney Now She Makes Female Artist Of The Year Shortlist


Johnny Marr-esque guitarist and songwriter Natalie McCool ( who once jammed with Sir Paul McCartney is creating more and more of a stir by being shortlisted for ‘Female Artist Of The Year’ at The Liverpool Music Awards.

Natalie said: “One of my songs was about three quarters finished when I sat down with Sir Paul McCartney, when I played the song to him he picked up his guitar and began to play along with me, and he then came up with the chord structure for the bridge of the song. Later I finished writing the lyrics, and so completed the song, which I now play at all of my gigs.”

She commented: “I’m absolutely delighted to be shortlisted for the Liverpool Music Awards Female Artist Of The Year, it’s an honour to be chosen.” Natalie first came to public attention by winning  Yamaha’s ‘Make It Break It’ award judged by Grammy award winning record producer Steve Levine, Coldplay’s Chris Martin, and promoter Harvey Goldsmith CBE.

Natalie recently played to over 100,000 people at Hyde Park London, and has been described as “an amazing new talent” by BBC Radio 6’s Chris Hawkins, who quoted “McCool has that extra something that makes her a cut above even her most talented peers.”

Take a look at what all the fuss is about, and vote for Natalie to win Female Artist Of The Year at her website at:


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