7th November,

'07Aussie News....

Songwriting Success for Natalie HOWARD with 2007 MUSICOZ Awards.

Natalie is pleased to announce that she is a co-writer on the moving 'country' ballad 'Some Things Never Get Old' which is a Top 5 Finalist in the 2007 Australian National Musicoz Awards open genre 'International' category.

'Some Things Never Get Old' is sung by Nashville songwriter/artist James Dean Hicks who wrote the song with Natalie and Rob Crosby (Concrete Angel-Martina McBride). 

Natalie also wrote the US 2006 IMA (Independent Music Award) Country Song of the Year 'I Don't Want To Live Like That' with James Dean Hicks.  Together they had CMC's No.1 Country Music video for 'The Long Night' which Natalie wrote with Tommy Lee James and Terry McBride. Her No.4 charting radio Australian hit 'Is It Just Me' was co-written with Rob Crosby.  All songs can be found on Natalie's debut CD 'Yesterday's Makeup' and USA 'self-titled' CD.

Natalie was nominated as a Top 10 Finalist in the Musicoz 'Country' category with a song from her forthcoming sophomore album. 

'Some Things Never Get Old' will be featured on James Dean Hicks new CD in production now and due out in the New Year.

To hear 'Some Things Never Get Old' please visit www.musicoz.org and click on 'Finalists' then scroll to the International category.

The 7th Annual Musicoz Awards will be held on 22nd November at Sydney's Enmore Theatre.