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Jim Casey talks to Natalie Stovall about:

attending the Dwight Yoakam concert at the Ryman
being raised in Columbia, Tenn. (45 miles south of Nashville)
Columbia’s claim to fame, Mule Day
getting her first violin as a 3-year-old
entering fiddle competitions as an 8-year-old
singing for the first time at Opryland Themepark
moving to Boston after high school to attend Berklee College of Music
moving back to Nashville, putting a band together and hitting the road
auditioning for The Voice
joining Team Blake
the time commitment of being on The Voice
the new fans she has gained
what she learned about herself after being on The Voice 
her new single, “Wine or Whiskey,” which was co-penned by Andrew Dorff, Little Big Town’s Jimi Westbook and Lori McKenna
making a new video for the single
working on a new album
going to Mexico for week in February for the Island Time Music Festival

Show participants:

Natalie Stovall
Jim Casey, NCD editor in chief

Source: Country Weekly

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