If you think you know Danielle Bradbery, think again. The 21-year-old has evolved since the release of her self-titled debut album and her win on “The Voice” in 2013. She’s all grown up and releasing her sophomore album—the aptly titled— I Don’t Believe We’ve Met.
The Texas native held a party last night (Nov 28) at One at Cannery Row in Nashville to share her new album with family, friends and her most die-hard fans. To help celebrate, some of Danielle’s co-writers, including Emily Weisband, Josh Kerr, Jeff Pardo and Molly Reed, showed their support from the crowd.
Danielle took the stage, showcasing her impeccable vocals and genuine songwriting, to perform a few selections from the new album, including her current single “Sway,” “Potential” “Hello Summer,” the incredibly compelling “Worth It’ and the stunningly poignant “Human Diary.”
“In the beginning I was so young and no one knows who they are at 16-19 or even now, 21,” Danielle tells One Country. “There’s a lot that I wanted to figure out about myself and as an artist and everything in between. So I wanted to take that time to get into songwriting and really dig deep into who Danielle Bradbery is and that’s exactly what I did.”
I Don’t Believe We’ve Met will be available on Friday Dec. 1.