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Not only one of the sharpest up-and-coming songwriters in Nashville, Natalie Prass possesses a rare artistic method she infuses into all her endeavors. She handcrafts album artwork and flyers and organizes local vinyl listening parties/drawing sessions, and there appears to be little end to the homespun creativity of this bright young talent. She's also no slouch in the pipes department either — the girl can sing. Although her debut EP is titled Small & Sweet, Prass' brand of indie folk is not to be underestimated. While her delicate alto evokes clear benchmarks of influence — see early Rilo Kiley, Feist, Karen Carpenter, etc. — Prass never seems weighed down by the artists she's absorbed. Instead, she has developed a refreshing guitar-grounded musical vocabulary and a knack for infectious and entrancing tunes. Still, it's a spirit of invitation and friendship that continues to be Prass' most pronounced attribute.Content: https://www.facebook.com/NataliePrass/info?tab=page_info
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Stonefield is an Australian rock band made up of four sisters: Amy, Hannah, Sarah, and Holly Findlay from Darraweit Guim, a small town in rural Victoria. Amy, the eldest, is the band's drummer and lead vocalist; Hannah plays guitar; Sarah plays keyboards; and the youngest, Holly, plays bass.
Previously known as Iotah, the band won the 2010 Triple J Unearthed High contest in 2010 with their song "Foreign Lover". After the win the band was placed on high rotation and they recorded "Through the Clover" with ARIA-winning producer Greg Wales. Stonefield were an Unearthed J Award nominee in 2010.
After the band played at the 2010 One Movement Festival in Perth they were approached by a booker for Glastonbury and asked to play at the next year's festival. They did so, playing second on the John Peel Stage from 12:00–12:40 on the first day of the festival, Friday, 26 June.
In June 2011, they performed at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, providing the pre-match entertainment at an AFL match (Geelong vs. Hawthorn), celebrating Womens Round.
Amy Findlay completed a Bachelor of Australian Popular Music degree in 2010 at Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE.
Amy appeared on RocKwiz in 2011, performing "Through the Clover" with the RocKwiz OrKestra and singing a duet of "Itchycoo Park" with Nick Barker.
Their self-titled album Stonefield debuted at number 21 on the ARIA albums chart of 19 October 2013.
Stonefield won the 2015 Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA) Music Award for Rock Work of the Year with the song "Love You Deserve".
The band mostly write their own original material, but also do occasional cover versions. These include "Whole Lotta Love" and "Magic Carpet Ride".
In 2015, they covered Fleetwood Mac's song "The Chain" on Katie Noonan's album Songs That Made Me. In 2016, they toured with Fleetwood Mac in Australia for 3 shows.
Amy Findlay – vocals, drums (2006–present)
Hannah Findlay – guitar (2006–present)
Holly Findlay – bass (2006–present)
Sarah Findlay – keys, vocals (2006–present)
Andrew Braidner – drums (-present) (live only)
Emily Shaw – drums (live only)