Danielle Bradbery quickly became a household name after competing as a member of Team Blake during season 4 of The Voice. Covering tracks by empowering female country music artists including Sara Evans’ A Little Bit Stronger and Carrie Underwood’s Jesus Take The Wheel, Danielle won the hearts of the country music industry eventually winning The Voice that year.
Danielle was later able to perform debut single The Heart of Dixie on the CW show Hart of Dixie and earned her Grand Ole Opry debut in November of 2013. In 2015 Danielle released her single Friend Zone which received some radio coverage, but it wasn’t until 2017 when she released Sway which put her back on top. This year Danielle also released her sophomore album I Don’t Believe We’ve Met which reflected her more vulnerable side. The album was quick to top the iTunes Charts and soon after its release Danielle become a nominee for Artist of the Year.
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