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The singer songwriter also impressed music festival organiser George Walker as she busked on Buchanan Street.

George is in charge of the line up for Aberdeen’s Fyvie Live – dubbed “the posh T in the Park” – and has picked Natasha to perform at the event on Saturday.

The women turned out to be a Sky Arts producer who asked if Natasha would mind being filmed for a programme with Tony Visconti.

Natasha said: “I had never heard of him, so my flatmate and I Googled him.

A huge loss.'Supermodel: Kate Moss was pictured walking in London yesterday as she wore a T-shirt with a black and white image of Bowie's face on the front of it.

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Now I’m taking part in Fyvie Live.” Natasha, who began training in opera singing with the RSNO when she was just seven, has now secured a place at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London and moves at the end of the month. We do not pre-moderate or monitor readers’ comments appearing on our websites, but we do post-moderate in response to complaints we receive or otherwise when a potential problem comes to our attention.

Natasha, from Chryston, has been busking since the age of 12 and has a favourite spot outside Buchanan Street.

She had been busking when a woman came and put a note in her guitar case.

RIP David Bowie,' while Eddie Izzard wrote: 'Please could every radio station around the globe just play David Bowie music today - I think the world owes him that.'As well as celebrating his musical career, some chose to focus on his image as a perennial rebel who refused to fit in with society's expectations - Arsenal football manager Arsene Wenger said: 'The message he gave to my generation was important - be strong enough to be yourself.' A large number of British politicians also joined the tributes, including Prime Minister David Cameron who said: 'I grew up listening to and watching the pop genius David Bowie.

He was a master of re-invention, who kept getting it right.

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