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Natalie Stovall

Home: Nashville, TN  
Album: Late Night Conversations 
Song Clip: "If I Run To You Now" (MP3) 
Website:
www.NatalieStovall.com  
MySpace:
www.myspace.com/nataliestovall


 

Though only in her early 20’s, Natalie Stovall has been working in the music industry in one way or another almost all her life. Whether performing onstage with the Opryland Kids Club, wowing crowds with her fiddle playing, or singing to anyone who would put her on stage, she has been keeping audiences on the edge of their seats for the better part of two decades. Natalie is a performer in the truest sense of the word. Her mixture is country based with rock, pop and soul influences. Natalie’s music and live performance is winning over fans of all musical genres.

Natalie’s stint in the Kids Club led to some other great opportunities, most notably at the age of 12 when Natalie made her Grand Ole Opry debut playing fiddle and singing Mary-Chapin Carpenter’s “Down At The Twist And Shout.” It also helped land her a spot on “Oprah” when she was 16, when she got to do her fiddle tricks live on one of Oprah’s ‘funniest viewers’ shows.

After graduating from the Berklee College of Music, Natalie returned home to Nashville to start fresh. Though she had gained lots of great experience during her Berklee years, she quickly realized that nothing she had done up to that point really represented who she was. To help Natalie forge her new sound her producers brought veterans Pat Buchanan, Greg Morrow, Tony Harrel and Alison Prestwood into the studio to record Late Night Conversations. The result is a country record full of blue-eyed soul and Memphis grooves. All but three of the project’s songs were penned by Natalie, which also helps give the record its unique flavor.

The first single, “If I Run To You Now” charted in the top 50 of the New Music Weekly chart and was recently chosen to appear in the upcoming Farrelly Brothers (There’s Something About Mary, Dumb and Dumber) movie Bag Boy. In addition to having opened for Little Big Town and Josh Gracin, Natalie is currently touring clubs, colleges, fairs and military bases. She recently was invited to sing “God Bless America” at the White House Correspondence Dinner with the President, high profile politicians, press and celebrities in attendance.

CSO Album Review by Penny Rondinella

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