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Natalie Brady debuts new music after she exits ‘The Voice’

Photo caption: Natalie Brady is scheduled to return to Tulsa for a Dec. 20 performance at Stillhouse Bar & Grill, 8922 S. Memorial Dr. She is also in talks with the Osage Nation about possible performances in Pawhuska or at one of the Osage Casino locations. Courtesy Photo/Natalie Brady Music

Natalie Brady has hit the ground running after exiting “The Voice.”

The Osage Nation member from Tulsa, Oklahoma, made it to the “battle rounds” of the reality show with Adam Levine as her coach. She lost on Oct. 22 when Levine chose her competitor to advance. Since that time, she’s performed numerous shows in California, Florida and Nashville.

During the “battle rounds” Levine chose the 1998 Semisonic song “Closing Time.” Her duet partner was Jake Wells. Many said it was an odd pairing since Brady’s strengths are strong female vocals. She was chosen by Levine after she belted out a cover of Heart’s “Barracuda.”

“Thank you so much, everyone, for your overwhelming support during my time on #TheVoice! Thank you to Adam Levine for turning so quickly, thank you JHud [Jennifer Hudson] for your honor of turning as well!” she wrote on her Facebook page Natalie Brady Music.

“I cannot tell you how much I have valued this experience. There’s no price I could ever put on any one moment because each moment I’ve spent doing what I love so much has built upon each other! The people I’ve met that are contestants still, the ones who’ve left- they’re all people I consider my friends and fellow pros in this business!”

Brady is the daughter of Tulsa musician and Osage Nation member Jack Brady and a graduate of Union High School. A single mom, she lives in Nashville where she performs with her band.

She is scheduled to return to Tulsa for a Dec. 20 performance at Stillhouse Bar & Grill, 8922 S. Memorial Dr. She is also in talks with the Osage Nation about possible performances in Pawhuska or at one of the Osage Casino locations.

“It’s not the end people- ITS A NEW BEGINNING!” she wrote on her Facebook page. “Hard work and commitment to this music world is what gets you somewhere, and that isn’t stopping anytime soon!

“Thank you to all of my band members for being such a kick-ass band. Thank you to my family for being supportive always. And thank you again to all of you who continue the outpouring of love and appreciation for us and what we do each day- making music!

“I love you all!!!”

Follow her career on her Natalie Brady Music Facebook page and follow her on Twitter at @NatalieBradyMusic