She made her first public appearance playing at the age of 6 in London where she entered herself into local talent competitions. During this time she studied at “The North London School of Music” until she reached Grade 6.
At the age of 13, Nadine played keyboards for a local school band. She then went on to win at the Yamaha Organ Festival and performed on stage playing Keyboards until she was 19. She was also tutored by an operatic singing coach.
Nadine was signed by PWL Records and Sony, with a top 40 hit and number 2 in the UK Dance Charts and toured America. She later met a keyboard player who played a major roll in turning her life around. He introduced her to the sound of new country and she has never looked back. She took herself to Nashville where she won “Vocalist” at The Broken Spoke' and sang at the famous Tootsies every night.
Nadine recorded a country line dance song 'In between dances' which went International. Choreographed by Maggie Gallagher this lead to being asked by EMI Records to add this beautiful song to their Country Compilation Album.
In 2009, Nadine was asked to represent Britain in France. This is where she was introduced to the French band “The Jackson Mackay Band”. This was to be one gig only, she is still rocking the stage with them 7 years on!
As well as performing in France she also toured Britain. This was to land with the prestigious award “British Female Vocalist 2011”, whilst back in France she was asked to front the show 'Showtime Country' which has been successfully touring since 2011.
As well as her touring commitments, when at home she is vocal coach. "I have a passion for music. Especially the technical side. I think this came from being a trained classical singer/musician and travelling on the road for many rewarding years. I wouldn't change a single thing and I feel very privileged”.