Danielle Bradbery is an American singer from Cypress, Texas who won the fourth season of NBC’s The Voice in 2013. She was the youngest contestant ever to win the title. She confessed to not having sang before an audience as well as not taking any vocal lessons before winning first place on the television program.
During the top 10 finals for The Voice, Bradbery sang an interpretation of Heads Carolina, Tails California, which eventually reached the iTunes top 10 charts. In the top 5, Bradbery sang interpretations of the songs Please Remember Me, and Who I Am which reached 6th and 4th spots on the iTunes top 10 charts. During the finals of the contest, Bradbery sang the song Timber, I’m Falling In Love with her coach Blake Shelton. She was revealed as the winner of season 4 of The Voice after she sang the song Born to Fly. She retained the top positions throughout the contest and has the most downloads for her songs on iTunes that remained on the top 10 list during the entire season.
Right after the she won the contest on June 19, 2013, she was contracted to a record deal with Big Machine Records. Her first single, The Heart of Dixie released on July 16, 2013 and has received rave reviews. Her first studio album is scheduled to be released in the fall.