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Nov 27

Danielle Bradbery Releases Self-Titled Debut Album

Danielle Bradbery Releases Self-Titled Debut Album

Danielle Bradbery’s 2013 debut album. Photo courtesy of BMLG.

Danielle Bradbery’s self-titled debut album hit stores this week, featuring her debut single, “The Heart of Dixie.” Danielle shot to stardom earlier this year when she won The Voice by covering some of her favorite songs by Carrie Underwood, Pam Tillis, Jessica Andrews and Sara Evans. Her version of those songs are part of an iTunes exclusive of the project.

“They’re four really special songs that I did on The Voice starting with ‘Maybe It Was Memphis,’ which was a huge iTunes release for me,” she said. “And ‘Jesus Take The Wheel’, coming from one of my idols, Carrie Underwood, and getting to do that on the knockout rounds which made me go to live rounds, and that song means something to me. ‘Who I Am,’ I dedicated that to my best friend and my parents. I got to sing that to my parents on the show so it was a big moment right there. ‘Born To Fly’ was my finale song.”

Danielle is excited to hear what her fans have to say about the debut album. She already has a special relationship with her fans thanks in large part to social media and her time on The Voice. She will be eagerly looking to her social handles for fan feedback on her first album.

“That’s most of the time how I connect with the fans and keep them updated in my personal life or just let them know what’s going on,” she said. “They’re still talking about ‘Heart of Dixie’ and my video and the album. They’re like, ‘I just pre-ordered your album. I’m so excited,’ and seeing them like that it’s just, oh my gosh! That’s so cool.”

Danielle will spend Thanksgiving in  Philadelphia, where she will appear in the city’s 94th Dunkin’ Donuts Thanksgiving Day Parade. Watch Danielle’s “The Heart of Dixie” music video >>


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Posted at 7:27 am, November 27, 2013 | Permalink

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