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NATALIE STOVALL AND THE DRIVE to Make Grand Ole Opry Debut, 5/6

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NATALIE STOVALL AND THE DRIVE to Make Grand Ole Opry Debut, 5/6

Natalie Stovall and the Drive are set to make their Grand Ole Opry debut on Tuesday, May 6th. The dream come true for the band has the rare distinction of making a debut both as a solo artist and a band as Natalie graced the stage for the first time in the Spring of 1995 at the age of 12. The band's front woman, Columbia, Tennessee native Natalie Stovall, has another tie to the Opry name as she spent much of her childhood honing her talent performing as part of the Opryland Kid's Club at the Opryland theme park. To be part of the band's momentous appearance on the historic stage, please visit OPRY.COM or call 800-SEE-OPRY for tickets and information.

"Singing on the Opry for the first time is a surreal experience, and getting to do it twice in one lifetime is unbelievable," says Stovall. "We can't wait to get out on that stage!"

Natalie Stovall and The Drive has been named "Artist to Watch in 2014" by: Country Weekly, Billboard, Taste Of Country, Roughstock, Music Times, and more. The critically acclaimed band's debut album, produced by GRAMMY winner Paul Worley (The Band Perry, Dixie Chicks, Lady Antebellum), on HitShop Records, is expected this fall. The lead track, "Baby Come On With It," is available now at iTunes, and the official music video for the track, which debuted via CMT earlier this year, is available HERE.

ABOUT NATALIE STOVALL AND THE DRIVE: Natalie Stovall and The Drive are relentless road warriors, amassing over 200 dates each year across college campuses, clubs, and military bases around the globe. Natalie, a Tennessee native, has been playing professionally since she was 10 and performed everywhere from the White House to the Oprah Winfrey Show. A fiddle phenom, she made her Grand Ole Opry debut at the age of 12. Natalie Stovall And The Drive is led by multi-instrumentalist and powerhouse vocalist, Natalie Stovall, who has been selected as one of this year's CMT Next Women of Country. The Drive includes drummer James Bavendam from Seattle, Chile's Miguel Cancino on guitar, Zach Morse from Cheyenne, Wyoming on bass and vocals and Redding, California guitarist and vocalist Joel Dormer.

For more information, visit www.nataliestovall.com and engage with the band onFacebook, Twitter and Instagram.
PHOTO CREDIT: Kristin Barlowe


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