Danielle Simone Bradbery who is known as just Danielle Bradbery is a self-taught country singer from Cypress, Texas; and she was born in 1996. Her first public appearance was at The Voice – it was also the opening that brought her to the attention of fans and prospective producers alike. She is a singer and songwriter, while her favored instruments are the Guitar and Vocals.
Despite her claims that she had never sung in front of a live audience before, Danielle Bradbery not only won The Voice, but she was signed up with Big Machine Records for a record deal the very next day. And in November she released first studio album which was self-titled "Danielle Bradbery".
Prior to the release of her album, she sang some of its singles - Young in America, Dance Hall, Never Like This, Daughter Of a Workin' Man. Her debut single "The Heart of Dixie" got released on July 16, 2013.
At the opening ceremony of United States Grand Prix, Danielle sang the National Anthem, and in 2014 she was chosen to be the voice of The Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics and for that purpose her song 'My Day' was used for the games. But that is not all, she joined Hunter Hayes as a special guest on his We're Not Invisible Tour in early 2014.
2015 saw her writing her own songs that were supposed to be for the next album, but the album was not released that year or the next. And it was not till August 2017 that the first single from the album was released. That single 'Sway' went on to be the lead single from the album "I Don’t Believe We Have Met" which was released at the end of 2017.
Danielle Bradbery has already several awards to her name; American Country Countdown Award as Female Vocalist of The Year In 2014, CMT Music Award as The Performance of The Year In 2017, ACM Award as The New Female Vocalist of the Year in 2017. And in 2018 she received two CMT Music Awards; Breakthrough Video of the Year and Performance of the Year.
She has quite a number of her singles reached the Top 10 on iTunes – Please Remember Me, Who I Am, Maybe It Was Memphis, Born to Fly. These singles have spanned all of 2013, her debut year.
Danielle has made it part of her program to tour, and she has been on five music tours to date, the latest being in 2015.
Although still quite new in the music circle, she has already lent a hand in philanthropy and she performed 'Somewhere Over the Rainbow' as an effort to in finding a cure for ALS, and she performed at The Girls & Guitars Charity Concert to benefit the Ryan Seacrest Foundation.
For one so young, Danielle Bradbery has already made several marks, and it is hoped that she can keep it up.