‘Voice’ Winner Danielle Bradbery To Begin Recording This Week

Signed to Big Machine, she's now labelmates with Taylor Swift and Tim McGraw.
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Danielle Bradbery was only named the winner of the fourth season of The Voice last week. But less than a day later, she had a recording contract.

Bradbery is now a member of the Big Machine Label Group, which includes Big Machine Records, The Valory Music Co., and Republic Nashville.

This makes Bradbery labelmates with such high-profile artists as The Band PerryRascal FlattsTim McGraw, and Taylor Swift.

Big Machine confirmed Bradbery’s signing to Radio.com, and also confirmed that Bradbery will begin recording for the label this week.

Bradbery’s win marks the third time in a row that her Voice coach, Blake Shelton, has seen one of his team members walk away with top honors. “Danielle Bradbery is a gift to the music industry,” Shelton said after the Tuesday finale.

Big Machine obviously sees potential in these Voice winners. Just six months ago the season three champ, Cassadee Pope, was also signed to the Big Machine Label Group. Pope’s debut country single, “Wasting All These Tears,” was released earlier this month.

At 16 years old, Bradbery is the youngest Voice winner to date. But her young age is no deterrent for Big Machine, who also famously signed Taylor Swift when she was only a teenager.

Bradbery’s performances on The Voice throughout the season featured quite a few country songs from artists such as Swift, McGraw, Jo Dee Messina, and Pam Tillis.

During last Tuesday’s finale, she performed a version of Hunter Hayes‘ current hit “I Want Crazy” alongside Hayes himself (see all The Voice finale highlights).

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