Natalie Stovall and The Drive perform at the Academy of Country Music in Encino, CA.
The Academy of Country Music welcomed HitShop recording artists Natalie Stovall and The Drive to the office while they were in Los Angeles recently. While at the Academy, they performed their hit, “Baby Come On With It” and debuted their new single “Mason Jar.”
Written by Sarah Buxton, Jesse Frasure and Tina Parol, “Mason Jar” is a flirtatious tune with an intoxicating groove. The song is punctuated by Natalie’s signature fiddle-playing, which Rolling Stone Country compares to Joe Perry’s skills on the guitar. “Mason Jar” will be available on iTunes starting tomorrow, July 29, 2014, but the Academy is offering fans a first listen of the new single here.
Watch the ACM Acoustic episode with Natalie Stovall and The Drive featuring an exclusive interview and performance clips from their visit.
Photo: Michel Bourquard/Courtesy of the Academy of Country Music
Last night, the 2nd Annual ACM Party for a Cause Festival ended with a bang with headliner Keith Urban performing in front of a packed audience at The LINQ in Las Vegas. The second night of the festival was presented by ACM Lifting Lives® benefitting several military philanthropies including Folds of Honor Foundation, Wounded Warrior Project, Navy SEAL Foundation, Team Rubicon, and Nellis AFB Force Support Squadron. The festival also featured performances by Lee Brice, Brett Eldredge, Tyler Farr, Kip Moore, Joe Nichols, Jerrod Niemann, Chris Young, Love and Theft,and Parmalee. Plus Joel Crouse, Jon Pardi, Leah Turner, Austin Webb, Dan + Shay, and Max Impact,the premier rock band of the United States Air Force, performed on the Party Stage. Singer/songwriter Jewel and Food Network personality Guy Fieri were also in attendance.
Following Keith Urban’s performance, the party continued with ACM After Hours with Jerrod Niemann & Friends on the Party Stage featuring performances by Tyler Farr, Jerrod Niemann, American Young, Natalie Stovall and The Drive, The Swon Brothers, and surprise performance by Kellie Pickler.