Danielle Bradbery Tickets
Danielle Bradbery Tickets
Following in the footsteps of her musical hero, Carrie Underwood, country star Danielle Bradbery found fame after winning the fourth season of The Voice USA. One of the most successful contestants to emerge from the NBC series, this Texas native racked up a dozen US country chart hits in the space of a year and later became the supporting act for a plethora of Nashville's major players.
Bradbery will spend most of the summer combining headlining dates with opening slots and festival performances. Following sets at CMA Fest, Chippewa Valley Country Fest and Taste of Joliet, she will open for Nashville star Chris Young at Costa Mesa's Pacific Amphitheatre. Fans can also get their hands on Danielle Bradbery tickets for solo performances in Uncasville, Atlantic City and Sugar Hill.
Bradbery sang the national anthem at the opening ceremonies of the 2013 Formula 1 United States Grand Prix. Additionally, her track, "My Day," was chosen as a soundtrack to NBC's coverage of the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics. At 16, Bradbery was the youngest winner of The Voice USA until Sawyer Fredericks took that title in season eight.
Born and raised in League City, Texas, Bradbery claims she had never performed in front of a crowd before entering The Voice USA. Despite her lack of experience, she prompted Usher, Adam Levine and eventual mentor Blake Shelton to turn their chairs in amazement during her blind audition of Taylor Swift's "Mean."
One of the favourites to win the fourth season of The Voice USA, Bradbery became the most downloaded artist in the show's history. Six of her performances, -- including her rendition of Jo Dee Messina's "Heads Carolina, Tails California," The Judds' "Grandpa (Tell Me 'Bout the Good Ol' Days)" and Pam Tillis' "Shake the Sugar Tree" -- entered the US Hot 100 chart.
Bradbery's first taste of success on the Billboard 200 arrived with the release of The Voice USA spin-off album, "The Complete Season 4 Collection (The Voice Performance)." Later, the release of her eponymous full-length studio album proved she could make it without the show's safety net. Produced by Dann Huff (Faith Hill, Rascal Flatts) and Brett James (Martina McBride, Kenny Chesney), the album spawned two hit singles, "The Heart of Dixie" and "Young in America." Peaking at No.19 in the US, this recording made Danielle Bradbery tickets a hot buy in the country circuit.
Having proved she could cut it as a live performer on national television, Bradbery has since continued to enchant audiences across America with her melodic brand of country pop, gracious in-between song chat and girl-next-door fashion sense. Typically accompanied by an all-male backing band and simple but effective light show, the star treats fans to all the highlights from her fledgling career. She's also known for throwing in a creative cover -- like Adele's "Set Fire to the Rain," Katy Perry's "Roar" and Blake Shelton's "Over" -- to delight her cross section of country and pop fans.
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