Danielle Bradbery

Danielle Bradbery

by Danielle Bradbery


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Product Details

Release Date: 11/25/2013
Label: Republic
UPC: 0602537597918
catalogNumber: 001951802
Rank: 48928

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Danielle Bradbery   Primary Artist

Technical Credits

Dann Huff   Producer
Brett James   Composer,Producer
Tom Shapiro   Composer
Gordie Sampson   Composer
Chris Lindsey   Composer
Aimee Mayo   Composer
Steve McEwan   Composer
Molly Reed   Composer
Scott Borchetta   Executive Producer
Jaren Johnston   Composer
Jedd Hughes   Composer
Troy Verges   Composer
Sarah Buxton   Composer
Ross Copperman   Composer
Dave Barnes   Composer
Katrina Elam   Composer
Whitney Duncan   Composer
Caitlyn Smith   Composer
Josh Kear   Composer
April Geesbreght   Composer
Mallary Hope   Composer
Busbee   Composer
Clint Lagerberg   Composer
Kylie Sackley   Composer
Chris Tompkins   Composer
Brent Anderson   Composer
Nicolle Galyon   Composer
Jeremy Johns   Composer

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Danielle Bradbery 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Danielles voice is so pure and amazing!!!!! I will never forget you, daughter of a working man, young in america and never like this are superb!!!!! Not one bad song in the bunch.
DBradberyFan More than 1 year ago
This cd is so amazing everyone should have it 
HarperPH More than 1 year ago
Danielle's first album is as infectious as Danielle's voice when I first heard her audition on "The Voice."  I was walking out of the room when I heard her first notes, stopped in my tracks, went back and listened.  I  told my husband, "This girl will win this."   And she did. After my listening and watching her  grow throughout the season, I wondered about this first album:  it does not disappoint.  The radio is playing three of her songs, and among the first-rate songs (all age appropriate for her--thank God), I've found one that makes me smile every time I hear it,"Yellin' From the Rooftop."  I agree with all the excitement of the reviewer who  posted on 11/30/13:  "Not one bad song in the bunch."