Growing up in a small community – Danielle Lauderdale became an overnight sensation in her hometown of Orange Park, Florida. At the tender age of 10, she was honored with the praises of Tammy Wynette and J.D. Sumner who showcased her in a nationally televised performance of the Grand Ole’ Opry. But that was just the beginning! Danielle was soon recognized by NBC’s Maury Show as one of the World’s Most Talented Kids and chosen by CBS to record with Martina McBride in the made-for-television special, Country Music’s Biggest Party. Upon high school graduation – this determined young girl packed her bags and followed her heart to Nashville, Tennessee.
Over the years she has opened for and/or performed with a long list of well-known recording artist such as Charles Esten, Claire Bowen, Sam Palladio, and Chris Carmack from the hit television series Nashville, Tim McGraw, Lee Ann Womack, Charlie Daniels, Molly Hatchet, Loretta Lynn, Tracy Lawrence, Neal McCoy (featured on his most recent single/video “Can You Do This”), Diamond Rio, Vince Gill, Steve Wariner, Jamie O'neil, Chris Jansen, Mila Mason, Sissy Houston and the Apollo Band, Pam Tillis, Sammy Kershaw, lead singer of KANSAS John Elefante, Restless Hearts Larry Stewart, Darryl Worley, Craig Campbell, Phil Vassar, Kelsea Ballerini and many more.
Danielle has sang the national anthem on primetime NFL Monday Night Football as well as locally for her home team NHL Nashville Predators. Her strong following swept the country as she placed third – the exclusive last female standing – on CMT’s Next Superstar! Danielle performs regularly in Nashville with the super band SIXWIRE and remains dedicated to crafting her artistry while collaborating with award winning songwriters.