Natalia O'Shea, born 1976 as Natalia Andreyevna Nikolaeva, is a Russian musician active since 1998, primarily in the folk-rock movement. She is a harpist, guitarist, singer-songwriter, performs under the stage name Hellawes, and leads three bands:
- Melnitsa (Russian folk rock)
- Clann Lir (Celtic folk)
- Romanesque (Folk Music)
Albums (as Hellawes)
- Running to Paradise, 1996
- Дорога сна (The Road of Dream), 1996
- Лунный день (The Lunar Day), 1996
- Сольные записи (The Solo Album), 1999
- Леопард в городе (Leopard in the City), 2009
Albums (with Melnitsa)
- Дорога сна, 2003
- Master of the Mill, 2004
- Перевал, 2005
- Зов крови, 2006
- The Best, 2007
- Дикие травы, 2009
- Ангелофрения, 2012
- Celtic Mythology
- Filk Song: Her Tolkien-inspired songs.
- Folk Music
- Harp of Femininity: As seen here◊ and in the page picture, she often appears with and performs on her harp.
- Harsh Vocals: "Shaman."
- Neoclassical Punk Zydeco Rockabilly
- New Age
- The Power of Rock
- Shout-Out: Her stage name, "Hellawes," is taken from the name of the sorceress in Thomas Malory's Le Morte D Arthur who lures Sir Lancelot into the Castle Perilous. Besides the mythological references, her music also refers to J. R. R. Tolkien, such as "Galadriel."
- Slavic Mythology
- Spoken Word in Music
- Waistcoat of Style: As seen in the page picture.