‘The Voice’ Season 4 Winner Danielle Bradbery Signs With Big Machine Label Group
Well, that didn't take long.
Less than 24 hours after being crowned the Season 4 winner of 'The Voice' -- helping country coach Blake Shelton notch his third winning season in a row -- Danielle Bradbery is the newest member of the Big Machine Label Group roster. She'll be going from the NBC stage to the recording studio in no time at all.
The label, also home to genre heavyweights like Taylor Swift, Justin Moore, the Band Perry and last season's winner Cassadee Pope, issued a tweet, sharing the good news that it was welcoming Bradbery, 16, to its already impressive roster of acts.
The tweet was simple and got the point across: "Congratulations and welcome to our newest BMLG artist, @NBCTheVoice Season 4 winner @DBradbery! #TheVoice #DanielleBradbery."
Congrats to Bradbery, who also saw a dream come true on Tuesday night (June 18) by performing with Hunter Hayes, on her big win and her new record label deal! Imagine that -- a reality singing show win, a high-profile duet and a new recording contract. What a crazy couple of hours for the Texas teen.
She is in good hands with the folks at the Big Machine Label Group. She's also got Papa Bear Blake in her corner beyond her season, so she's staring down one heck of a country music career.