FALLBROOK – Singer, songwriter and pianist Natasha Ragland will be performing a free concert of 10 new original songs at the Fallbrook Library 124 S. Mission Road, 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 21.
Guitarist Randie Wilson will be coming from Washington State to accompany her. Soloist Jack Ragland, Natasha’s father, will be assisting with vocals and performing a novelty dance with Marilee Ragland, Natasha’s mother. Her material includes songs of hope and inspiration, love songs, novelty and celebration songs.
Natasha Ragland has been a Rainbow resident since the age of two when she began attempts in songwriting. She majored in music, studying with six concert pianists at Palomar College, Fullerton College and California State University Long Beach, where she graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor’s in music.
She released her first album of original songs “In the Boundless” in 2001. She has recorded numerous albums of piano music. She is working on her second album of original songs.
She has performed as a house musician in church since the age of 16 and is currently playing Sundays at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church of Menifee and Fallbrook Christian Science Church at the Wednesday night services.
Natasha Ragland teaches piano and voice privately in Fallbrook. She paints with oil paints and plays piano at gigs around the county.