Danielle Bradbery had never stepped foot on a stage before auditioning for NBC’s The Voice. She has been learning from the best since being crowned the show’s season four winner and signing with her label, Big Machine Records. There are three artists in particular that have been more than willing to give her advice, including The Voice coach Blake Shelton, Miranda Lambert and label mate Taylor Swift.
“I got to be face to face with Taylor,” said Danielle. “She knew I was on a radio tour at the time, and still am, but she goes, ‘I knew how that was and I started young like you, and the more it goes on, the more you’re gonna see you’re gonna have so much fun with everything.’ She was just [saying] ‘Don’t give up, it’s gonna get more and more fun.’ It was really awesome getting to hear that from her.”
Danielle spent a lot of time with both Blake and Miranda during her time on The Voice and still keeps in touch with them. “Miranda and Blake are always [saying], ‘If you ever need anything, just let us know,’” she said. “They’re part of why I’m staying grounded. And they’re like, ‘Girl you better not go on the wrong path’, and I’m like, ‘OK.’”
Danielle Bradbery’s debut single, “The Heart of Dixie,” is her first Top 15 single.