Rolled up in one multi-faceted
woman is the lyrical genius of Andre' Couch, the theatrical
ability of Nell Carter, the musical sound of Anita Baker,
the energy and brilliance of Yolanda Adams, and the grace
of CeCe Winans…
Ladies and Gentlemen:
The phenomenal woman is a
psalmist, songwriter, and actress whose spiritual connection,
versatility and musical style make her an undeniable force
within the entertainment community.
NaTasha Yvette Williams began singing at
age three in the Tiny-tot choir at her home church Shiloh
United Church of Christ in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Even
then everyone could see God’s hand upon her. At the
tender age of five she decided she would be a singer and a
doctor. She wanted to heal people with her voice and her hands.
Today God is allowing her to do just that….Touching
people’s lives by singing her heart out before churches,
theatrical audiences and conferences.
Currently NaTasha can be found Performing GONE WITH THE WIND. NaTasha's knows this is a devine appointment and simply marvels a how God keeps doing great things.
One of the most recent Great
things that he has done for NaTasha Yvette Williams was allowing her to win
the first annual Kraft Foods New Voices of Gospel Talent Search
held in New Orleans. Through this contest she has been featured
in Essence Magazine several times. She won the grand prize
of $25,000 and a coveted audition with Sony Music. ”The
day after I won I was thrilled to sing just before CeCe Winans
at the convention Center during the Essence Music Festival.
Two days after the contest still ministering I also sang between
Tyreese and LLCOOLJ at the Superdome in New Orleans. It was
truly a blessing, people who came to see one type of show
got to hear about my Jesus.”
Prior to the contest NaTasha Yvette Williams
toured the country in several theatrical plays. One of her
favorites was playing the incomparable Mahalia Jackson in
the Mahalia Story to audience around the nation. She has play
Grace, the stepsister in the Broadway Series production of
Cinderella, starring Eartha Kitt. Cities all across the country
saw her share the stage with Cathy Rigby in Suessical the
Musical. She has played leading roles and given musical performance
in such productions as The Goodbye Girl, Ain't Misbehavin,
Joseph and Technicolor Dreamcoat, Little Shop of Horrors,
Godspell, Boesman and Lena. Her television and movie credits
include several appearances on One Life to Live, Studio 54,
She graduated from North
Carolina A&T State University. She majored in Math and
Theater Arts and after graduating magna cum laude, she continued
her studies in acting and completed her Masters of Fine arts
at Michigan State University.
NaTasha Yvette Williams is truly a woman
of artistic brilliance whose relationship with God has gifted
her with the beautiful combination of sound theater education,
strong music and drama experience, sensational stage presence
and a delightful personality which lifts her to a level of
performing excellence that always gets noticed. “More
than anything please Know that I love God. I have a personal
and abiding faith in Him. There is a call on all of us to
praise Him. I must be found fulfilling my destined purpose.
As long as He allows me I will bless Him with all that Have!!"
NaTasha Yvette Williams shared.
Blessing His Name is what
she has been busy doing. Her gospel music has taken her to
Japan, Italy, Canada and the Virgin Islands. NaTasha Yvette Williams, who
is the daughter of a United Church of Christ minister, has
a four octave vocal range. Whether she is singing Gospel music,
performing on the stage at the Apollo (4 time Winner), gracing
the Broadway Stage, or anywhere in between she will be giving
him honor and Praise.
“It is my charge to
sing people into the presence of God and more importantly
to sing them into the body of Christ. If I can introduce one
person to the man from Galilee, oh what joy that will fill
my soul. It is a privilege to serve Him.”