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    February 20, 2014 0 Comments

    While still recovering from Tuesday’s party, the Big Machine Label Group and CMT Radio rallied VIP guests for night two of Country Radio Seminar (CRS) at Nashville’s Marathon Music Works. BMLG President/CEO Scott Borchetta and CMT Radio’s Cody Alan once again welcomed the massive crowd for an unforgettable experience.

    Music execs and radio partners were entertained with a full-throttle experience of BMLG talent and a few surprises. Dynamic sibling trio The Band Perry started the show, introducing their driving next single “Chainsaw” followed by newcomer Danielle Bradbery, who showcased her killer pipes on songs from her debut album. ACM New Artist of the Year nominee Justin Moore kept the energy up with “Lettin’ The Night Roll” before bringing Vince Neil of Motley Crue to the stage for the band’s “Home Sweet Home.” The excitement continued with Brantley Gilbert joining on “Wild Side.” Borchetta brought Vince back to the stage as everyone belted out “Kickstart My Heart.” The unlikely pairings were just a preview of the forthcoming Country Tribute to Motley Crue, slated for release this Summer on Big Machine Records. Eliciting more crowd participation, Brantley closed out the evening with a rowdy set featuring his latest single “Bottoms Up.”

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    The Voice Winner Danielle Bradbery Kicks Off Music In Our Schools Month with National Bus Tour to Raise Awareness for Music Education

    February 14, 2014 0 Comments

    Homework. Sports. Social Media. With so many demands, it can be easy for busy students to overlook something valuable in their daily lives. That’s why Give a Note Foundation and Disney Performing Arts will join forces with 17-year-old Danielle Bradbery, the youngest-ever winner of The Voice, for the Music In Our Schools national bus tour. From March 2-8, they will travel across America, bringing a compelling message to students, parents, teachers and community leaders: don’t forget the importance of music education.

    Kicking off National Music In Our Schools Month (March), the cross-country bus tour will spotlight music education and the benefits music teachers bring to their students and school communities. A highlight of the tour stops will be a special performance at each high school by 17-year-old Bradbery, who will address students and perform songs from her self-titled Big Machine Records debut, including the Top 15-and-rising “The Heart of Dixie.”

    Departing March 2 from the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, Calif., the tour will visit high schools in five cities: Eldorado High School in Albuquerque, N.M. (March 3); Cypress Ranch High School near Houston, Texas (March 4); Classen School of Advanced Studies in Oklahoma City, Okla. (March 5); Antioch High School near Nashville, Tenn. (March 6); and Northwest School for the Arts in Charlotte, N.C. (March 7). The tour will conclude March 8 at the Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., where Bradbery will perform at Festival Disney, a national competitive music festival where top school bands, instrumental and vocal ensembles compete with other schools from across the country.

    The five schools to be honored as part of the Music In Our Schools tour were selected by the National Association for Music Education (NAfME)’s Give a Note Foundation, in partnership with NAfME’s state music education association leaders. Each school will be recognized for the outstanding achievements of their music programs, and for the important role music education plays in their students’ daily curriculum.

    Bradbery hopes the tour’s message will inspire America’s students. “This is a great way to reach kids my age and show them that the skills they learn in music can help them to be successful in life. Through music, I’ve learned the value of persistence and working hard to make my dreams come true, and I look forward to sharing that with students and others during the tour,” said Bradbery.

    “Studying and making music, whether it’s playing an instrument or singing or composing, is one of the most valuable ways kids can spend their time,” said Jane Balek of NAfME and Give a Note Foundation, “Music education reinforces 21st century skills like creativity, collaboration, communication and critical thinking – all qualities kids need to be successful in their schoolwork. In addition, the inherent benefits of learning music, including emotional awareness, reflective learning, and development of ‘grit,’ are things that help students grow into successful and productive citizens.”

    For Disney, performing arts have long been part of the company culture since Walt Disney personally invited California high schools to perform at the 1955 grand opening of Disneyland Park. “It’s an honor to be a part of the Music In Our Schools national bus tour,” said Tim Hill, Director, and Special Program Sales for Disney Destinations. “Our support is rooted in our understanding of the tremendous value music education offers to everyone, and Disney relies on the talents of musicians, composers and other artists across our many businesses every day.”

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    Danielle Bradbery joins Hunter Hayes on the We're Not Invisible Tour

    January 27, 2014 0 Comments

    It's official! Danielle will be joining Hunter Hayes and Dan + Shay on the "We're Not Invisible Tour" presented in part by Child Hunger Ends Here beginning March 20th in Pikeville, KY! First round of on-sales for the “We’re Not Invisible Tour” begin February 1 with ticket pre-sales beginning January 29.

    “We’re Not Invisible Tour” Dates:

    March 20 Pikeville, KY March 21 Huntington, WV March 22 Youngstown, OH March 27 Peoria, IL March 28 Toledo, OH April 10 Memphis, TN April 11 Cape Girardeau, MO April 12 Springfield, MO April 17 Huntsville, AL April 18 Roanoke, VA April 19 Asheville, NC April 23 Colorado Springs, CO April 24 Salt Lake City, UT May 1 Bangor, ME May 2 Boston, MA May 3 Uncasville, CT May 29 Augusta, GA May 30 Pensacola, FL May 31 Estero, FL

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    December 16, 2013 0 Comments
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    November 14, 2013 0 Comments

    Seventeen-year-old Danielle Bradbery made her Grand Ole Opry debut Tuesday night (11/12) from the hallowed institution’s most famous former home, the Ryman Auditorium. “The Heart of Dixie” darling showcased her vocal prowess on the lead single as well as “Daughter Of A Workin’ Man,” a new tune from her forthcoming Big Machine Records release, slated for Monday (11/25). Complimenting the new music, Danielle also belted out the emotional “A Little Bit Stronger” (Sara Evans).

    TRACKLIST: Young In America (Jaren Johnston, Kylie Sackley, Whitney Duncan) Wild Boy (Chris Lindsey, Caitlyn Smith, Aimee Mayo, Troy Verges) The Heart Of Dixie (Caitlyn Smith, Brett James, Troy Verges) I Will Never Forget You (Katrina Elam, Josh Kear, Chris Tompkins) Endless Summer (Sarah Buxton, Jedd Hughes, busbee) Talk About Love (Brent Anderson, Jeremy Johnson) Never Like This (Gordie Sampson, Caitlyn Smith, Steve McEwan) Daughter Of A Workin’ Man (Nicolle Galyon, Dave Barnes, Clint Lagerberg) Dance Hall (April Geesbreght, Nicolle Galyon, Molly Reed) Yellin’ From The Rooftop (Sarah Buxton, busbee) My Day (Mallary Hope, Tom Shapiro, Ross Copperman) *Album produced by Dann Huff Track produced by Brett James

    With a sweet yet soulful sound and quintessential personality, Danielle charmed her way into the national spotlight, winning season 4 of The Voice. The youngest to ever take the title, coach Blake Shelton called Danielle, "the most important artist to ever walk across The Voice stage.” During the competition, multiple performances reached #1 on the iTunes Country Singles chart. In additional to the standard version, iTunes will exclusively release four additional songs from the show – “Jesus Take The Wheel” (Carrie Underwood); “Born To Fly” (Sara Evans); “Maybe It Was Memphis” (Pam Tillis) and “Who I Am” (Jessica Andrews).

    The Texas native has earned an opening slot on Brad Paisley's BEAT THIS SUMMER TOUR and made surprise appearances on Shelton’s TEN TIMES CRAZIER TOUR. Danielle will also appear on The CW’s Hart of Dixie, performing her aptly-titled debut single, on 11/25.

    Follow Danielle's journey here: https://twitter.com/Dbradbery.

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    CMT Names Big Machine Records Artist Danielle Bradbery to Franchise, Announces Expansion

    November 4, 2013 0 Comments

    Music Row heavyweights and CMT executives came together today at an event to recognize female artists who are making an indelible impact on country music. CMT announced Big Machine Records artist Danielle Bradbery would be the newest addition to its NEXT WOMEN OF COUNTRY franchise, joining 15 other females whom CMT promotes on-air and online throughout the year. The network will grow the franchise to include more than a dozen taped performances with Next Women artists throughout the year, which will air on CMT, CMT Pure and CMT.com. In addition, CMT will highlight Bradbery and Brandy Clark as part of its upcoming LISTEN UP series, a multi-platform franchise that showcases artists on the verge of breaking out.

           “Many of country music’s most memorable voices belong to its strong women, and I’m honored to stand behind the rising stars like the talented ladies present today,” said Leslie Fram, SVP of Music Strategy, CMT.  “Signed and unsigned, these women are making their careers happen on their own terms, and CMT is proud to introduce them to a new generation of fans through our growing Next Women franchise.”
           The small industry crowd was treated to performances by Bradbery (@DBradbery), Ashley Monroe (@ashleymonroe), Holly Williams (@hollywilliams1) and Lauren Alaina (@Lauren_Alaina).  Among the guests were Entertainment Weekly writer Grady Smith, along with label executives Scott Borchetta, President and CEO, Big Machine Label Group; John Esposito, President and CEO, Warner Music Nashville; John Grady, President, I.R.S. Nashville; and Mike Dungan, Chairman and CEO, UMG Nashville; along with several other members of CMT’s NEXT WOMEN OF COUNTRY franchise, including Cassadee Pope (@CassadeePope), Jana Kramer (@kramergirl), Kacey Musgraves (@KaceyMusgraves), Kelleigh Bannen (@kelleighbannen), Kristen Kelly (@KristenKelly), Lauren Alaina, Angaleena Presley (@guitarleena), Rachel Farley (@rachelfarley), Rose Falcon (@RoseFalcon) and Sarah Darling (@_SarahDarling).
            CMT first announced its NEXT WOMEN OF COUNTRY initiative in January of this year, a franchise dedicated to showcasing the new generation of signed and unsigned female artists across CMT platforms and at Nextwomen.CMT.com.  CMT’s current video playlist is nearly half female, with a handful of emerging artists from the NEXT WOMEN franchise including Ashley Monroe, Brandy Clark (@TheBrandyClark) and Holly Williams.
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    September 14, 2013 0 Comments

    Brantley Gilbert met his labelmate sister Danielle Bradbery for the first time on Sunday (9/15). Both Brantley and Danielle performed at Chicagoland Speedway before NASCAR’s GEICO 400 race. Brantley performed a pre-race concert before Danielle sang the national anthem.

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    Danielle Bradbery on the Today Show

    July 17, 2013 0 Comments

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    Danielle Bradbery, Winner Of NBC’s The Voice, Announces First Single

    July 9, 2013 0 Comments

    With each performance on The Voice, Danielle Bradbery charmed her way into the national spotlight, covering some of Country music’s most notable songs from superstar artists like Tim McGraw, Pam Tillis and The Judds. Merely a month after her Season 4 win, the quintessential sixteen-year-old will release "The Heart of Dixie," her first single on Big Machine Records, to iTunes on 7/16 and officially impact Country radio on 7/22.

    The Texas native will also debut “The Heart of Dixie” on the TODAY Show next Wednesday (7/17), LIVE from Rockefeller Center in the heart of New York City.

    Written by Brett James, Troy Verges and Caitlyn Smith, the liberating single was produced by James in Nashville.

    “The first time I heard this song I thought about the emotions in it,” said Danielle. “For me, Dixie’s story is about inspiration … it is so honest. People of all ages and backgrounds supported me on The Voice and I love that this song shows how we can have the same feelings through different experiences, no matter where we are in life.”

    Coach Blake Shelton called her, "the most important artist to ever walk across The Voice stage." Clearly audiences from coast to coast agreed, catapulting Danielle's covers of “Maybe It Was Memphis” (Pam Tillis), “Born To Fly” (Sara Evans) and “Grandpa (Tell Me 'Bout the Good Old Days)” (The Judds) as well as her duet with Shelton of Patty Loveless’ hit “Timber, I’m Falling In Love” into the #1 spot on the iTunes Country Singles Chart. Selling more song downloads than any other contestant in the NBC hit show's history, Danielle also marked the youngest to take the title.

    Follow Danielle's journey here: twitter.com/dbradbery.

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