Seventeen-year-old Danielle Bradbery charmed her way into the national spotlight with a mix of country-western hits from several decades during season four of The Voice. The reigning star of the NBC hit show has become the youngest winner ever, and her coach, Blake Shelton, called her, "the most important artist to ever walk across The Voice stage.” The Texas native earned high praise for her performances of classics like Pam Tillis’ Maybe It Was Memphis, Sara Evans’ Born To Fly, and The Judds’ Grandpa (Tell Me 'Bout the Good Old Days), as well as her duet with Shelton of Patty Loveless’ hit Timber, I’m Falling In Love. Bradbery’s covers of these top country songs landed her on the top of the iTunes Country Chart multiple times throughout the season, making her the highest selling artist and youngest in the show's history.
Bradbery has been in the studio with acclaimed producers Brett James and Dann Huff and released her first Big Machine Records single Heart of Dixie to Country Radio on July 16.
Follow her journey here: https://twitter.com/Dbradbery.