The online magazine, www.examiner.com, interviewed and posted an article aboout Danielle's efforts to get Kip Moore's attention through her newest video, "Hey Kip Moore". Check it out!
Happy New Year!
While celebrating a new year, I was writing a new song called "Movin' On". I poured out my heart and soul into it and something amazing happened, a tune that sounded like nothing I've written before!
I wanted to capture this song and share it to the world immediately, so here it is! Please watch and feel free to share this song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KUXtH9DMjs0
New video released!
Well, it finally happened! I released a new video (since my almost 90,000 views Hanging Tree Youtube video). I wanted to make a tribute video for Women in Country and show everyone that girls can still jam and rock out! (Refer to #saladgate) So I picked my favorite artist's, Johnny Cash, song Folsom Prison Blues. I've been playing this song for 13 years now and I hope you enjoy it as much as I love playing it! Please SHARE my video!
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Thank you all for your support! More soon!
1st Night Downtown
"It was an honor to support the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation's Promise Gala." -Danielle
A few weeks ago, the JDRF committee called me and asked that I join them for an elegant evening in the Omni Nashville Hotel. Standing tall in Downtown Nashville attached to the Country Music Hall of Fame, the hotel was gleaming top to bottom ready for an unforgettable night. The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation hosted its annual Promise Gala to raise money and awareness for Type 1 Diabetes. As I pulled into the valet parking area, I was treated as royalty, like all of the Omni's guests, and was shown to my personal stage through the Broadway Ballroom and into the Grandview Terrace that looked over Fifth Avenue and in view of the new Music City Center. I knew immediately this was a night I was never going to forget. As my performance began, men and women adorned with gowns and tuxes flowed into the room with drinks in hand.
I played a variety of songs, including my own originals: "Better Than I Deserve", "Flying Away", "Our Indiana Home", and "Where I'm Coming From". Everyone seemed to enjoy themselves and each song was followed by applause. We were rockin' out to "Wagon Wheel" and Johnny Cash and some were enjoying themselves on the dance floor. I would like to thank Linda Davis for helping me prepare for this glamorous evening. Having performed for a JDRF event before, she knew exactly what they were looking for. I couldn't have played a better show without her.
The night ended with a room full of applause, hand shakes, new fans, and compliments. I certainly will never forget that night.
There will be many more performances this summer, and I hope that I will get to see each and every one of you this year. Please take a look at my website's calendar and mark down when I will be close by! http://danielleleemusic.com/going/
Don't see me coming to your town? Email me and we will arrange a house concert or a nearby venue! My email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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