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Powerhouse Vocalist Signs New Multi-Year Agreement with Long-Time Record Label

Powerhouse vocalist Danielle Bradbery and Big Machine Label Group, a subsidiary of HYBE America, today announced they have extended their long-time partnership with a new multi-year agreement. First teaming up in 2013 following Bradbery’s win on Season 4 of NBC’s The Voice when she was just 16-years-old, the Texas native has spent the past decade growing into her artistry, defining her sound and finding her voice with hits like “Worth It,” “Potential” and GOLD-certified “Sway.”

“Danielle’s talent has been unmatched since day one,” said BMLG Chairman and CEO Scott Borchetta. “The Big Machine team and I have had the privilege of watching Danielle blossom into who she is today, growing from a teenager with a dream to an artist with a great sense of self and musical vision. We are incredibly proud to continue supporting her and her music.”

“Scott and the Big Machine team have been there since the very beginning of my career, watching me grow up and find who I am, not only an artist, but as a person too,” shared Bradbery. “I’m thankful to continue our partnership and can’t wait for what’s to come.”

Bradbery recently celebrated her musical journey with the release of IN BETWEEN: THE COLLECTION (Big Machine Records). The project features 10 tracks representing different chapters, including “Look At The Mess I’m In,” “Break My Heart Again,” which she premiered earlier this year at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships in a powerful performance alongside Olympic skater Karen Chen, and “Stop Draggin’ Your Boots.” The latter she will release a live acoustic version of this Friday (5/20).

As she prepares to release more new music later this year, Bradbery is slated to perform at the 2022 PBR World Finals on Thursday (5/19) and CMA Fest’s Chevy Riverfront Stage next month (6/10).  She will also appear as a guest artist in the highly anticipated country-centric musical ‘May We All’ at Nashville’s Tennessee Performing Arts Center on June 16.





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