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.
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.