Natalie Stovall and The Drive
Wednesday, June 25, 2014 at 7 p.m.
Yavapai College Honors Program presents a benefit concert starring Natalie Stovall and the Drive.
Whether it’s Natalie Stovall’s breathtaking vocals and larger-than-life stage presence, her band’s turbo-charged, take-no prisoners live shows, or the collective unit’s barnstorming worldwide tours, Natalie Stovall and The Drive prove they are arena ready. A humble, charismatic entertainer with a trademark lion’s mane of big blonde hair, Natalie and her powerful vocals and sparkling fiddle leave audiences spellbound.
Performing over 200 dates a year, they were named “Entertainers of the Year in 2012” by Campus Activities Magazine, and Natalie was once again honored in 2014 as “Female Artist of the Year.” Billboard Magazine named them “Ten Country Artists To Watch” in 2014. And The Drive returned this summer from the Middle East on one of their many Navy Entertainment Tours in support of our troops across the globe.
The benefit will also include a raffle for a fiddle signed by Natalie Stovall and the Drive as well as a silent auction with many great items. Some of the items already donated for the silent auction include a collection of commemorative college chairs, a bronze roughrider statue, and autographed Gail Gardner book, all from the estate of past Yavapai College president Joseph Russo. Also included on the auction block is an assortment of signed musical instruments.
All of the proceeds will go directly to the Yavapai College Honors Program. Providing educational enrichment opportunities and scholarship incentives for superior students attending Yavapai College, the program helps to provide an environment that nurtures students: Academically, Socially, Emotionally, and Intellectually. Students who have proven their ability to excel academically can participate in the College Honors Program on either the Prescott or Verde Valley campuses.
*Half price student ticket discount with student I.D.