Natasha Bedingfield live in concert.

Natasha Bedingfield

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Based on 10 concert reviews, the critic consensus is that Natasha Bedingfield is rated as a watchable live performer, with decent shows overall. Natasha Bedingfield concert reviews describe live shows and performances as lovely and soulful.


Curraghmore Estate, Co. Waterford, Ireland (August 1); Southsea Common, Portsmouth, United Kingdom (August 23);

Latest Release

Unwritten (Acoustic) (May 20, 2022)

Artist Info

Haywards Heath, United Kingdom (11/26/1981) (11/26/1981)
Natasha Bedingfield (born November 26, 1981) is a British Pop singer, and sister of pop singer, Daniel Bedingfield. She also has a younger sister, Nikola Rachelle.
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Critic Concert Reviews

Northwest Music Scene (USA)

November 5, 2019
Natasha Bedingfield at Neptune Theatre

The Upcoming (UK)

September 6, 2019
Working with esteemed songwriter Linda Perry of 4 Non Blondes (responsible for Pink and Christina Aguilera’s arguably most successful albums), the singer showcased the soulful sounds of her new album with an aura of assurance.

The Guardian (UK)

August 29, 2019
Natasha Bedingfield Review – Noughties Pop Revamp Is More Karaoke Than Killer.

Record Collector Magazine (UK)

December 2, 2011
Despite the chattering twattery (would Clarkson take them out?), she slayed one and all on a solo Better In Time, before Natasha took over the calypso lilt of Neon Lights, while her vocals soared on Bruise Easily.

The Orange County Register (USA)

July 3, 2011
Natasha Bedingfield is like the music industry’s Katherine Heigl. Like the former Grey’s Anatomy actress, the British star is a big player in the chick-flick market, though instead of acting in one she has single-handedly provided the soundtrack for what seems like every other romantic comedy of the past th

The Virginian-Pilot (USA)

June 1, 2008
Britain's Bedingfield immediately dug deep into Pocketful of Sunshine, her most recent album, opening the set with the mid-tempo groove of Piece of Your Heart followed by Who Knows.

Creative Loafing Charlotte (USA)

May 29, 2008
The Good: Australian twin sisters The Veronicas opened the show with a 45-minute, 11-song set that got the packed house at Whisky River warmed up.

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Gaffa (Denmark)

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The Heart Truth [Public Domain] via Wikimedia Commons