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Natasha Borzilova tapes “Art of the Song”

Natasha in Spotland Productions studios taping interview and live performance for Art of the Song

Natasha was recently in the Nashville studios of Spotland Productions taping an hour long interview with Vivian Nesbitt and John Dillon, hosts and producers of the radio show Art of the Song . The show is a one-hour public radio program heard on over 200 stations across the country. The show explores universal truths

John Dillon and Vivian Nesbitt; hosts and producers of "Art of the Song" radio show.

 common to all creative expression with the hope of offering useful tools and information  to help listeners explore their own creative process, whether it be music, writing, visual arts, or just living a  life as a work of art.  

As well as being interviewed, Natasha also performed the title track to her new CD “Balancing Act” as well as “Water and Wood” off of the new release.

“Balancing Act” by Natasha Borzilova makes strong showing in October 2010 Folk DJ Chart

Natasha Borzilova’s newest release “Balancing Act” has been warmly received by Folk DJs reporting to the Folk DJ chart. The album was #9 out of the top 65 albums for the month of October 2010 while Natasha was #8 in the artist chart along with folk icons such as Judy Collins, John Prine, Bob Dylan, Pete Seeger as well as artists such as Dar Williams, Justin Townes Earle and Robert Plant. Her songs “Ghost’ and “End of September” made a showing in the singles chart at #9 and #16 respectively.

The Folk DJ chart of October was based on 13215 airplays from 151 different DJs worldwide with many of the shows broadcasting on college and local public radio stations.   To view the chart click here  and then click on October 2010 airplay.

Balancing Act by Natasha Borzilova shipped to radio

Natasha recently stopped by the Hadley offices to look at her new CD and they were already heading out the door to radio.  “Balancing Act” will be shipping  to approximately five hundred folk DJs around the globe with shows on college or NPR stations.  It has also been made available for digital download by radio broadcasters on the Airplay Direct  site which is revolutionizing the way radio stations receive music.