Artist Bio

Natalie Layne is a songwriter, recording artist, and pianist from Colorado Springs, now based in Nashville. Growing up, Natalie focused on classical piano and led worship regularly at church. At age 10, she began to write and record her own songs and has never stopped. Natalie loves the music of Sara Bareilles, John Mayer, and Lauren Daigle and continues to write in similar styles. While pursuing a career in music she teaches and plays in several Nashville-based R&B and jazz bands as she graduated from Belmont University. Her latest EP,“Castles” is the culmination of all the time and hard work and lessons learned through that time. It’s about God’s ability to take our hearts and make them something amazing – He builds us into castles, fit for a King to live in.” The new EP came hot off the heels of her summer tour opening for Jeremy Camp, Chris Tomlin, and We the Kingdom, and festival dates sharing the stage with 5 time Grammy-winning artist Steven Curtis Chapman, Mandisa, and Crowder. Natalie latests single “Love Me Back To Life” is available on all platforms. On top of all her new music, Natalie has generated a large following on TikTok. She has over 196k followers and 2.8 million likes on her videos.

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What They’re Saying

I felt the presence of the Holy Spirit move each day. It was as if those at Hills Alive had a new
sense of how important it is for us to have times together with brothers and sisters in Christ.
We (the church worldwide) missed that during the covid year.

I must say that Gods hand was truly on all the set that stage with so few was truly Gods hand at work. I would like to say thank you to all that donated so much of there time. So much goes into this it is only through the love of Christ that it is even possible. LOVE YOU


Hills Alive NEVER amazing reset! So much joy and thankfulness is just felt within the park.

My husband felt the spirit moving in him and my 7 year old granddaughter was singing word for word everything she heard the whole thing was amazing