Natalie Stovall Is Grateful for Her Fans’ ‘Incredible’ Support
Natalie Stovall hasn't released a full-length album yet, but she's certainly developed a loyal fan base. The singer-songwriter has spent most of the last decade performing all over the world with her band, the Drive, and she can see her hard work paying off.
"We have so much support; it’s really incredible. Especially because it was a long time before we put a single out, even though we had been on the road for a while," Stovall recently told The Boot. "And then, once we finally put a single out to country radio [2014's "Baby Come on With It"], the response was incredible, so I can’t wait to do it again."
Stovall released a new EP, Heartbreak, in February, and is "still working" on a full-length project. In between recording sessions and touring with her own band, Stovall also tours with radio host Bobby Bones and his band, the Raging Idiots (she plays fiddle and sings).
"I’ve been on the road with those guys a lot lately. It is hilarious being around them; they are such a wonderful group of people," Stovall admits. "He will do anything ... And sometimes they’ll tell us to play a song onstage that we don’t know. And he’s like, ‘I don’t care. You know it well enough.’ And I’m like, ‘No! I heard it once in the ‘90s. I don’t remember that song,’ but we play it anyway, and sometimes it’s a trainwreck, but it’s Bobby Bones, and he makes it a joyful thing to watch."