Natalie Stovall Talks Mules, Music, Making It On “The Voice” and More

Jim Casey talks to Natalie Stovall about:

  • attending the Dwight Yoakam concert at the Ryman
  • being raised in Columbia, Tenn. (45 miles south of Nashville)
  • Columbia’s claim to fame, Mule Day
  • getting her first violin as a 3-year-old
  • entering fiddle competitions as an 8-year-old
  • singing for the first time at Opryland Themepark
  • moving to Boston after high school to attend Berklee College of Music
  • moving back to Nashville, putting a band together and hitting the road
  • auditioning for The Voice
  • joining Team Blake
  • the time commitment of being on The Voice
  • the new fans she has gained
  • what she learned about herself after being on The Voice 
  • her new single, “Wine or Whiskey,” which was co-penned by Andrew Dorff, Little Big Town’s Jimi Westbook and Lori McKenna
  • making a new video for the single
  • working on a new album
  • going to Mexico for week in February for the Island Time Music Festival

Show participants:

  • Natalie Stovall
  • Jim Casey, NCD editor in chief



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