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article imageReview: Danielle Bradbery stuns on 'My Day,' used for Winter Olympics

By Markos Papadatos     Feb 8, 2014 in Entertainment
Danielle Bradbery, the winner of the fourth season of "The Voice" and Big Machine recording artist, has a major accomplishment to be proud of.
Her song "My Day" can be heard on NBC's television campaigns that are promoting the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia. The Olympics commenced on February 6.
In this power-ballad, Bradbery showcased her trademark pipes and incredible voice. Her vocals on this tune are reminiscent of such country songstresses as Leann Rimes and Carrie Underwood, coupled with the range of Martina McBride.
"My Day" was co-penned by such songwriters as Ross Copperman, Tom Shapiro and Mallary Hope. It is the closing track of her self-titled debut studio album, which was released on November 25, 2013.
NBC hit the nail on the head when they decided to use the song "My Day" for their Winter Olympics coverage. It couldn't have been any more perfect, and what better singer than the extremely-gifted Danielle Bradbery, who deserves to be the next Taylor Swift in music. Her former mentor and coach from The Voice, Blake Shelton would be smiling.
For more information on country singer Danielle Bradbery, visit her official website.
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