Just as Season 5 of “The Voice” is heating up, the show’s Season 4 winner is making fireworks in country music. Danielle Bradbery has revealed the cover art (left) and Nov. 19 release date for her self-titled debut album.
“It feels like I just walked off ‘The Voice’ stage, so it’s crazy to think I’m about to release my first album,” says the 17-year-old singer. “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!”
Produced by legendary musician Dann Huff (Faith Hill, Keith Urban), the album features Bradbery’s debut single, “The Heart of Dixie,” along with a soaring ballad called “Never Like This,” the fun-loving “Young in America” and sentimental tearjerker, “Daughter of a Working Man.” A full track list should be released soon.
The high school junior will have a busy November. In addition to what’s bound to be a whirlwind media tour in support of the new album, she is also set to start opening shows on Brad Paisley’s Beat This Summer tour next month.