2009-05-07 / Happenings

Country singer to perform at Kirtland

Natalie Stovall, an up-and-coming country music singer, and her new band will take center stage at 7 p.m. May 9 at the Kirtland Center for the Performing Arts .

Although rooted in country, music lovers will hear Stovall's diverse taste in music. Her music has started to take shape in some songs as a throwback to old school soul and blues, a la Dusty Springfield and Bonnie Raitt. In other songs, concert-goers will be able to hear her passion for raucous live material.

Stovall has lived in Nashville all her life and has made a living in the entertainment industry one way or another since she was five years old. As a child performer in the Opryland Kid's Club, she had the opportunity to perform on such programs as the Oprah Winfrey Show, Nashville Now and Crook and Chase. She even performed solo on the Grand Ole Opry stage. She recently released her second independent record.

Tickets for the May 9 presentation are $24 and $22. There's also the option of a dinner-show package for $34 and $32. Seating for the dinner at the Kirtland Community College Student Center is limited, and people are being encouraged to call early for reservations. Senior (55 or older), student and group discounts are available.

The Children's Learning Center, also on Kirtland's campus, will be open from 6 p.m. until the end of the show to provide child care services - $5 for one child or $15 per family. Free shuttle service from the parking lot to the main lobby doors is also available.

For information or to purchase tickets, visit on-line at www.kirtland.edu/ kcpa or call the KCPA Ticket Office at 275-6777.

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