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Danielle Bradbery’s Sold-Out Nashville Show Kicks Off I DON’T BELIEVE WE’VE MET Release Week

DANIELLE BRADBERY KICKS OFF RELEASE OF
SOPHOMORE ALBUM,  I DON’T BELIEVE WE’VE MET, WITH INTIMATE NASHVILLE SHOW TUESDAY, NOV. 28

Danielle Bradbery Live at ONE Cannery Row  | Photo Credit: BMLG Records

Kicking off the release of her highly-anticipated sophomore BMLG Records album,
I DON’T BELIEVE WE’VE MET, Danielle Bradbery played the first of a four-show run at ONE at Cannery Row in Nashville, Tenn. last night. The Texas-native performed six songs from the new project and chatted with host Kelly Sutton throughout the sold-out set, allowing fans and industry to get a sneak peek at the re-introductory record due this Friday, December 1.

With the “Sway” video debuting No. 1 on the iTunes All-Genre and Country charts and the tune accruing more than 9 million streams to date, I DON’T BELIEVE WE’VE MET has already made an impression on fans and critics alike, with NPR calling it, “a significant, and successful, reinvention captured in a taut 10 tracks.”

L to R: BMLG’s Allison Jones, BMLG’s Scott Borchetta, Bradbery, BMLG’s Jimmy Harnen and BMLG’s Matthew Hargis  | Photo Credit: BMLG

Bradbery will appear on NBC’s TODAY Show (9:00A hour) on December 1 to perform her song “Worth It” in celebration of I DON’T BELIEVE WE’VE MET’s release.

Fans will receive “Worth It” along with lead single “Sway,” “Human Diary,” “Hello Summer” and “Potential” instantly when they pre-order I DON’T BELIEVE WE’VE MET HERE.

Learn more about Danielle at DanielleBradbery.com or follow her on Facebook and Instagram @daniellebradbery and Twitter at @DBradbery.

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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

Photo Credit: Angela Talley

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.”

For information about the tour, real-time updates and photos, visit: http://giveanote.nafme.org.

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Give a Note Foundation was created by the leaders of the National Association for Music Education (NAfME) in 2011 to engage community partners in supporting music education in underserved communities. The foundation has distributed more than $1 million to struggling music programs. Each March, Music In Our Schools Month (MIOSM), spotlights music education and the benefits music teachers bring to their students and school communities. For the past forty years, the National Association for Music Education (NAfME) and its affiliates in every state have led tens of thousands of U.S. schools in MIOSM activities that celebrate how music benefits student growth and development.

Disney Performing Arts enhances student learning through enriching educational experiences and performance opportunities at the Disneyland Resort in Southern California and the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida. The portfolio of programs include in-park performance opportunities, education workshops, festivals and competitions.

Big Machine Label Group – The Nashville-based independent Big Machine Label Group (Big Machine Records, The Valory Music Co. and Republic Nashville) is home to Superstar artists like Taylor Swift, Rascal Flatts, Tim McGraw, Reba, Florida Georgia Line, The Band Perry and more, in addition to soundtracks for ABC’s hit drama “NASHVILLE.” BMLG artists have received multiple GRAMMY, CMA, ACM, American Music Awards, CMT Music Awards, Teen Choice Awards, MTV Video Music Award and People’s Choice Award accolades as well as Brit Award and JUNO Award nominations. In 2012, BMLG rejuvenated its publishing arm with Big Machine Music, which has created a joint venture with Lukasz “Dr. Luke” Gottwald’s Prescription Songs, allowing the two companies to co-publish songwriters and artists whose unique talents translate across genres. Big Machine was also the first-ever label to align with terrestrial radio for performance royalty rights.

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Danielle Bradbery Releases First Music Video For “The Heart of Dixie”

Photo Credit: Rick Diamond

Big Machine Records recording artist and Season 4 winner of “The Voice,” Danielle Bradbery, will release the official music video for her debut single “The Heart of Dixie” across multiple media platforms beginning today (9/20). NBC affiliates throughout the country will air snippets of the music video, along with an exclusive interview with Danielle. Fans can tune in to their local NBC station to see a sneak peek of the video first. All NBC affiliates have access to the package via NBC News Channel. Continue Reading →

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