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Join Kickin' 92.5 for The 21st Annual Moncks Corner Medical Center
Family Open Catfish Tournament
Saturday, April 26th at William Dennis Boat Landing (7 am - 3 pm)
(across the river from Gilligan's in Moncks Corner)
The 9th Annual Charleston Cinco De Mayo Festival 
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JetBlue plane stranded on tarmac for 7 hours
Longtime fugitive US hijacker caught in Portugal
AP sources: Obama, Kaine talk about Va senate race
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Two of the three women held prisoner for a decade in Cleveland house of horrors say comedian's joke went too far
One of the stars of the blockbuster comedy series has filed for Chapter 11
Sony Pictures, Mattel and Parkes+MacDonald/Image Nation are teaming up to develop a film about the iconic doll
The actress wed her photographer girlfriend last weekend
Mark Shand, the brother of Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, died in the hospital Wednesday after falling late Tuesday
Eric Hill, a contestant on Andi Dorfman's upcoming season of "The Bachelorette," was severely injured in Utah on Sunday
On what would be a big birthday for the English poet and playwright, we take a look at films inspired by his works
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Natalie Stovall

Although she can seem larger than life onstage, offstage she’s as down home and as easy-going as can be. One-on-one sincerity and a contagious personality just come naturally to this small town girl from Columbia, Tennessee. Make no mistake though, as soon as you put this small town girl in front of an audience – something spontaneous, mesmerizing, and explosive happens.

Natalie has been playing professionally since she was ten, and performed everywhere from the White House to the Oprah Winfrey Show. “I started violin lessons at the age of four after my granny saw an ad in the Columbia paper for a new violin teacher in town” says Natalie. “Looking back, I’m not even sure if I really knew what I was getting into. I think I just knew it involved me being on stage and that’s all I needed.”

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