In 2008, she was the first female to write and record a Steelers fight song, "I Love Black 'n' Gold"(the link to listen is below). The original version hit the radio waves during the 2008 Super Bowl season for the Pittsburgh Steelers. She also had the great honor of playing Heinz Field for the AFC Championship game. The song soon grew to be number one, winning a prestigious award with ESPN Radio as Best Fight Song Of The Year.
She was later asked by the Rooney family to perform the song at the 2017 Annual Rock Steelers Style Fashion Show to honor the late Dan Rooney. Natalie is also the Co-Founder/Co-Owner of "Black n’ Gold Girls", representing the largest female fan base in the world, and co-hosted an episode of Jerome Bettis’s "OT with The Bus" for Pittsburgh's WPXI.
Natalie wrote, recorded, and produced the up and coming, first-ever rock anthem of Pittsburgh, “Steel Proud”. Slated to be the "We Are The World" of Pittsburgh, the song will unite the city like never before, encompassing every accolade we've ever achieved as a city. From our traditional blue-collar roots, to the renaissance of the city, in technology, culture, medicine and all 3 of our incredible sports teams, it represents the resounding pride of what it means to be from from the City of Champions. The song will also feature featuring legendary Pittsburgh performers and icons. Most recently, Natalie is back in the recording studio working on her latest album - stay tuned.