If you watched The Voice Monday night you may have seen a familiar face. Natalie Stovall, an accomplished fiddle player, has been a regular on the country music circuit for years.
Natalie made her Opry debut at age 12 and has numerous other impressive gigs to her credit, including an appearance on the Oprah Winfrey Show and at the White House.
While attending Berklee College of Music, Stovall formed a band called Natalie Stovall and Green Line South. The band traveled and performed all over the state of Tennessee until its members graduated and moved on to other things. Natalie and her drummer (now her husband) formed her current band, Natalie Stovall and the Drive and were signed to Hitshop Records where their debut single, "Baby Come On With It," hit the Top 40 on the country charts.
But, after Hitshop Records closed its doors, Stovall was on her own. Eventually Stovall landed a spot as a featured performer with Bobby Bones and the Raging Idiots. But, the 35-year old is hoping to get her solo career off the ground with the help of NBC's The Voice.
During Monday night's episode (October 9), viewers got a tiny glimpse of Stovall's Blind Audition, sans fiddle. In the clip, it's apparent that Stovall's talents reach far beyond the fiddle as she nailed her cover of the Steeldrivers' hit "If It Hadn't Been For Love." Coach Blake Shelton agreed and added her to his team for Season 13.
If the clip above left you wanting to hear more from Natalie, watch the video below as she shows off her vocals and impressive fiddling skills with a performance of "Devil Went Down To Georgia" live from Toby Keith's "I Love This Bar."
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