Date Event Location
Freeman Plaza East New York, New York New York, New York
MUNY - Subway performance at Columbus Circle New York, New York New York, New York
MUNY - Staten Island Ferry (White Hall Terminal) New York, New York New York, New York
MUNY - Subway performace at Penn Station (LIRR) New York, New York New York, New York
House Concert Benefit Minneapolis, Minnesota Minneapolis, Minnesota
Driftless Books and Music Viroqua, Wisconsin Viroqua, Wisconsin
The Grape Escape Munster, Indiana Munster, Indiana
Dinners On The Deck House Concert Camarillo, California Camarillo, California
Concerts By The Sea Oxnard, California Oxnard, California
Long Beach Towne Center Long Beach, California Long Beach, California
Dark Star Cellars Paso Robles, California Paso Robles, California
Boulevard Music Culver City, California Culver City, California
Villa San-Juliette San Miguel, California San Miguel, California
Pear Valley Vineyards Paso Robles, California Paso Robles, California


A modern day troubadour, Natalie performs across the country tirelessly and just released a new album with producers Charlie Midnight (James Brown) and Mark Needham (The Killers) titled Streetlamp Musician after a song she wrote about street performing and watching New York City change over time.

Raised in the old West Village, NYC stomping ground of songwriting greats, Natalie Gelman grew up amidst artists and true bohemians. She borrowed a friends guitar at 16 and started writing songs on it immediately and began busking on subway platforms soon afterwards when she grew tired of pretending to be 21 to play clubs in the city.

Captivating tourists and straphangers alike in the subway, Natalie stopped even the most hurried commuters in their tracks with her powerful voice. She continues to play what she calls her favorite stage while also performing at the House of Blues, Webster Hall and festivals across the country.

Compared to Sheryl Crow, Jewel and Joni Mitchell, Natalie’s music is contemporary and timeless. She writes honest, heartfelt songs - responding to current affairs and revealing parts of her inner self with the world. “Not too much about her, but somehow about me & everyone in the audience as well.”

“Simply Terrific” 4/4 stars - The New York Post

Latest News

05.19.15 - Huffington Post 

Natalie was featured in the Huff Posts Review of the Madeira Film Festival! "Both sunny and soulful, Gelman sang a series of original songs, many of which are sure to become classics. Her original song "Some People" ought to generate its own slew of covers. It is a classic in the making, capturing the essence of America and the globe's current "Gilded Age", with its chorus that "some people are so poor...all they have is money".