Due to an illness, Jana Kramer will be unable to perform on Friday, April 18 at the K-Frog Cares Concert. We hope she feels better soon and look forward to having her out to perform for us again in the near future. The show will go on with Katie Armiger and Natalie Stovall and The Drive starting at 7pm and we look forward to seeing everyone at what’s sure to be an amazing benefit for Loma Linda Children’s Hospital. Tickets are still available for just $15. For tickets, click here.
Katie Armiger made history by becoming the longest charting and most charted independent female country artist in history. Armiger’s recent album, “Fall Into Me,” which debuted at #6 on the Independent Albums chart, #7 on Billboard Country Albums chart, #32 on Billboard 200 chart, has sold more than 70,000 copies since its release. Armiger has received national recognition including OK! Magazine’s “Next Big Deal” (July 2013), in Seventeen Magazine’s “The Hottest Country Singers” (June 2013) and had a featured National TV Performance on ABC’s “Bachelor Pad” season 3, CNN Headline News and Fox & Friends. Each of her last four videos have reached the No.1 spot on GAC’s “Top 20 Countdown.”
Natalie Stovall and the Drive are set off by the singer’s powerful vocals and sparkling country fiddle. Performing on stage since she was 10, Stovall made her Grand Ole Opry debut just two years later, even though she had been learning to play the violin since the age of four. The band’s website illustrates the five-member group’s dedication to their craft, playing more than 200 dates a year. They were named Entertainers of the Year in 2012 by Campus Activities Magazine and have played numerous shows in the Middle East as part of their Navy Entertainment Tours in support of U.S. troops around the world. Natalie Stovall and the Drive are set to release their debut album later this year. Her current single “Baby Come On With It” has just hit the airwaves.