Natalie Stovall Lands on Team Blake With ‘The Voice’ Blind Audition [WATCH]
The Voice viewers got to see a bit of Natalie Stovall's blind audition on Monday night (Oct. 9). The fiddler / singer / songwriter performed "If It Hadn't Been for Love," originally by the SteelDrivers, and opted to join Blake Shelton's team.
Readers can press play above to watch Stovall's The Voice audition. She did not use her fiddle during her performance.
"I think you've got an incredible voice," Shelton told Stovall after turning his chair around. "Oh my gosh, this is perfect, Natalie!"
Stovall first revealed that she had auditioned for The Voice Season 13 in mid-September. In addition to helming her own band, the Drive, and maintaining their tour schedule, Stovall also performs with radio host Bobby Bones and his band the Raging Idiots.
If you took in the music at Tanyard Gardens during National Tom Sawyer Days, you'll remember Natalie Stovall and The Drive's performances as opening acts for a couple of featured performers.
Season 13 of The Voice began on Sept. 25, with Blake Shelton and fellow judges Miley Cyrus, Adam Levine and Jennifer Hudson at the helm. Billy Ray Cyrus and Rascal Flatts are among those who have been drafted as mentors for the season.
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