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Natalie Cole performs at Jazz 91.9 WCLK's 41st Anniversary Benefit Concert on June 26, 2015 in Atlanta, Georgia.
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January 1, 2016 She who ended Aretha Franklin's eight-year Grammy-winning streak deserves more credit than she's usually afforded: she was influential and flexible and a phenomenal singer.
Singer Natalie Cole performs onstage during the SeriousFun Children's Network 2015 Los Angeles Gala celebrating the legacy of Paul Newman on May 14 in Hollywood.
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January 1, 2016 The Grammy award-winning singer and daughter of Nat King Cole died from complications with ongoing medical issues.
Natalie Cole's new Spanish-language album is an homage to the one her father, Nat King Cole, released in 1958.
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June 22, 2013 The Grammy Award-winning singer is following in the footsteps of her father, Nat King Cole, by recording her latest album in Spanish.
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February 10, 2010 President Obama and the First Lady hosted a concert for Black History Month, featuring performances by Bob Dylan, Natalie Cole, Jennifer Hudson, Joan Baez, Smokey Robinson and more. Hear the complete NPR concert special.
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December 12, 2006 Natalie Cole has made a name for herself by crafting fresh interpretations of jazz standards. But for her latest CD, she chose something different. Leavin' is an ecclectic mix of classic pop, R&B and rock songs by artists like Fiona Apple, Aretha Franklin and Sting.
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