On November 19 (otherwise known as right in the thick of the holiday shopping season), Danielle Bradbery is getting set to release what is her debut album with a title that really expresses who she is perfectly; “Danielle Bradbery.” Given that she is a teenager, and it’s her first album, we have no problem with the self-titled route. The disc is coming via Big Machine Records, who has helped to guide the careers of Taylor Swift and fellow “The Voice” winner Cassadee Pope, who has her own record coming out this month in “Frame By Frame.”
In the press release today showing off the new album cover, Danielle had the following to say about getting a chance to release an album so soon after the conclusion of the hit singing show:
“It feels like I just walked off The Voice stage so it’s crazy to think I’m about to release my first album. Nashville has been so welcoming to me throughout this entire process and I couldn’t be more proud of the music we’ve created. I am so excited to get all the songs into the hands of the fans who gave me this amazing opportunity in the first place!”
We expect this entire album to be at least somewhat like her lead single “The Heart of Dixie” (watch the music video for it here), at least when it comes to there being a pop-country sound that puts the focus on storytelling. Danielle’s voice is very good, but part of her talent comes via having that natural ability to pull you into the world of the song.
Are you planning to pick this album up? We’re going to have some more scoop on it in the weeks and months ahead, so be sure to come back to read a little bit more news related to it.
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