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More Than a Jazz Legend's Daughter
October 14, 2009   
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Natalie Cole, an American singer and daughter of jazz legend Nat King Cole, will perform at Warsaw's Sala Kongresowa Oct. 29.

Natalie Cole debuted in 1975 with the album Inseparable, which won her a Grammy Award for Debut of the Year. She dethroned Aretha Franklin in the prestigious category of Best Female R&B Vocal Performance. At the end of the 1970s her songs such as "I've Got Love on My Mind," "Our Love" or "Someone That I Used to Love" also became pop hits.

At the beginning of the 1980s the singer left the spotlight due to drug problems. She described her struggle with addiction in her book Angel on My Shoulder published in 2000. The movie The Natalie Cole Story is based on the book. The singer made her comeback by releasing the album Everlasting in 1987, which sold 2 million copies in the United States.

In 1991, she recorded the album Unforgettable: With Love as a tribute to her father. The album turned out to be the biggest success of her career with seven Grammy Awards and five million copies sold in the United States alone.

On Sept. 9 Natalie Cole performed at the Hollywood Bowl. It was her first concert after a kidney transplant that she underwent in May. She returns to Poland after two years of absence. Her last concert took place during the Warsaw Summer Jazz Days Festival in 2007.

Tickets available at: www.ticketpro.pl
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