Thursday, May 9, 2024

Thursday Tunes - Mason Jar

Natalie Stovall and the Drive was an American country music group composed of Natalie Stovall (lead vocals, fiddle), Miguel Cancino (guitar), Zach Morse (bass), Joel Dormer (guitar, vocals), and James Bavendam (drums).

Their debut single, "Baby Come On with It", was released in February 2014 after receiving airplay on Sirius XM Radio.
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Stovall was raised in Columbia, Tennessee. She had performed on the Grand Ole Opry and The Oprah Winfrey Show. She met Bavendam in college, recruited Cancino through a Craigslist ad, then met Morse and Dormer through mutual friends.

Their debut album, released on Hitshop/Warner Bros. Records, will be produced by Paul Worley and Clarke Schleicher. In advance of its release, the band released a self-titled extended play that includes the single and five additional songs. In 2014 the group released their single, "Mason Jar". 

Natalie Stovall took part in season 13 of the American The Voice. In the Blind Audition broadcast on NBC on October 9, 2017, she performed Adele's "If It Hadn't Been For Love" and joined Team Blake Shelton. In the battles, she faced off against Adam Cunningham, singing Little Big Town's song, "Boondocks". Stovall lost her battle, and was sent home. However, Shelton brought her back into the competition for the playoffs, giving her one more chance as his comeback artist. She was eliminated again after her performance of "Callin' Baton Rouge" during the playoffs.

In May 2020, Stovall joined the group Runaway June. During the COVID-19 pandemic, she presented livestream performances of the Grand Ole Opry alongside Bobby Bones.

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