Natalie Stovall and the Drive made their debut on the stage of the Grand Ole Opry on Tuesday (May 6).

Performing on the hallowed stage is a dream come true for any up and coming country act, and Stovall gets to live that dream twice. She previously graced the famous stage in 1995, performing as a solo artist when she was 12 years old.

“Singing on the Opry for the first time is a surreal experience, and getting to do it twice in one lifetime is unbelievable,” she says.

“I want people to know it’s possible to follow your dreams. The path isn’t always easy, but honestly, it shouldn’t be. If you surround yourself with the right people, even the hardest days can be a lot of fun. Someday I hope to sell out arenas with my band, performing music we are proud to play.”

The band's debut album is set for release this fall from HitShop Records. Their current single, 'Baby Come On With It,' along with their current EP is available on iTunes.

Rachael Black, Courtesy of Monarch Publicity