Danielle Bradbery O/A Kylie Frey

Date(s) - Friday, 12/11/2020 - Saturday, 12/12/2020
9:00 pm - 12:00 am


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Twenty-four-year-old, multi-faceted artist Danielle Bradbery continues her career evolution after stepping into her own lane with sophomore album I DON’T BELIEVE WE’VE MET (BMLG Records), featuring RIAA GOLD-certified “Sway.” While 2020 has been a trying year for many artists, quarantine has given Bradbery time to create and expand her musical palette in thrilling new ways. Kicking off a new chapter earlier this year with “Never Have I Ever” (BMLG Records), Bradbery tells a tale of falling so hard and fast it spins you in circles, which has amassed over 14 million global streams to date.
The Texas native filmed a socially-distant official music video for the “sultry track” (CMT) on a ranch in her home state with mom Gloria filling in as her glam team. Delivering one of her most raw performances to date, director Peter Zavadil honed in on the butterfly-inducing lyrics, which Bradbery penned alongside Laura Veltz and David Hodges, to bring this epic stunner to life – watch here. Bradbery recently released another heartfelt track titled “Girls In My Hometown.” The piano-anchored slow-burner of reflection and remembrance finds Bradbery at her most tender and true — a meditation on where you’ve been and those mountains still yet to climb.
The singer/songwriter also recently collaborated with Diplo and Zac Brown on a new song “Hometown” for Diplo’s highly anticipated Country album Diplo Presents Thomas Wesley Chapter 1: Snake Oil, released May 29. Fine-tuning her unique sound since getting her start winning Season 4 of NBC’s The Voice, Bradbery has earned multiple award nominations and toured across the globe with Kane Brown, Blake Shelton, Brad Paisley, Miranda Lambert, and more. For the latest updates, visit DanielleBradbery.com and follow along on Instagram.


Kylie Frey may have made her name as a champion in the rodeo arena, but she has always been destined for the bright stage. The resourceful former rodeo queen even used the arena as her singing debut – first wowing the world (ok, the bleachers) with her renditions of “The National Anthem.” From there, it was only a matter of time before she dusted herself off for the bright lights. Frey says, “Looking back, it was the grit and determination learned from picking myself up off of the arena floor that got me through every failure and kept me singing when it felt like no one listening.” Well, people are listening now. Frey now has a nationally recognized single featuring Randy Rogers, “Too Bad”, produced by Grammy, CMA, and ACM Award winning Paul Worley. “Too Bad” is the first single being released from Frey’s forthcoming EP. Her first EP, produced by Tony Ardoin, cranked out two Top 10’s and her first #1, “Rodeo Man”, on Texas Regional Radio Report Charts.

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