If you love a country song that's been released in the past decade, there's a chance that Natalie Hemby had a hand in it. From Miranda Lambert and Little Big Town to Kacey Musgraves and Maren Morris, plenty of country artists have recorded songs written by Hemby at some point in their careers.
Natalie Hemby, one of contemporary music’s most successful and sought-after songwriters has signed a worldwide recording contract with Fantasy Records and will release a new solo album later this year. The GRAMMY®-winning songwriter, a founding member of the supergroup, The Highwomen, is also is a double nominee for Country Song of the Year at next month’s GRAMMY® Awards with nods for The Highwomen’s “Crowded Table,” and Miranda Lambert’s #1 country single, “Bluebird.” Last year, Hemby won her first GRAMMY® Award, Best Song Written for Visual Media for Lady Gaga’s “I’ll Never Love Again,” from A Star Is Born.
Natalie Hemby, one of the most well-liked and acclaimed songwriters in Nashville, has put her toe into the waters of being a recording and performing artist before, notably as a member of the alt-country supergroup the Highwomen. But now she’s jumping in whole-heartedly, having inked a deal with the Fantasy label that will see a solo album coming out later this year.