Road Dog Media Group at CRS with Danielle Johnson
We spent some time with the amazingly talented Danielle Johnson during Country Radio Seminar in Nashville and I am attempting to write a descriptive article on her. The problem is, there are SO many adjectives that I could use and none would even come close to accurate as much as hearing what industry seasoned professionals say and what she has to say herself.
”Danielle’s a breath of fresh air. Her voice is as clear as mountain water. The songs she sings have depth of character and meaning. It’s been so much fun being a small part of her musical journey. “ - Mike Dekle, Songwriter
“At our writers pitch meeting Danielle came in and sang acapella and blew us all away. “ – Jennifer Denmark, Curb Music
“It’s not every young person with her kind of talent who is humble enough to want to learn, to want to soak in from any experience that’s coming at her. Danielle did that constantly, at the same time she was true to her artistic goals and spirit.”- Phil Galdston, Songwriter
Do yourself a big favor today and watch our interview below and make sure to check out all of Johnson's social media and website for upcoming events.
Danielle, we can not say thank you enough for spending some time with us during CRS. I can not wait until we can catch up again and talk longer, there will be so much to talk about! We are very excited to have met you on this journey and we can not wait to see what happens next!
More About Danielle Johnson:
With vibrant blue skies and a landscape filled with pine trees, cotton fields, and endless tobacco roads, if there ever were a perfect environment to nurture an aspiring country singer, Warsaw, North Carolina would be the ideal place to grow up. Danielle Johnson is a 19 year old singer and songwriter with her sights set on the country music world delivering her music with a wide range of influences with pop appeal and rootsy authenticity.
At a chance meeting in New York City, Danielle met Grammy winning producer, manager and record executive, Guy Eckstine, while Danielle was auditioning for a television commercial for Chris Rock. Having already acted on Broadway in “How The Grinch Stole Christmas,” Eckstine’s interest was piqued when Danielle explained that she also sang country music as her real passion in life. Eckstine states, “When Danielle told me that she was an actress and that she also sang country music my A&R radar jumped off the scale and I was immediately interested in this beautiful, precocious talent.” From that point on with the blessing of Danielle’s parents they embarked on an ambitious creative development program via Eckstine’s, Iconique Music Group, maximizing her talents and introducing Danielle to the Nashville music scene.
With her debut single and video, “Let It Be You,” Danielle is creating quite a buzz in "Music City.” Getting ready for primetime over the course of the past 4 years Danielle has been collaborating with Nashville hit-making songwriters, including among others, Dave Brainard, Phil Galdston, Jennifer Denmark, and Mike Dekle. During this time Danielle has also performed "The Star Spangled Banner" for many events including NASCAR races at the Charlotte Motor Speedway, and the Coca Cola 600 in front of over 200,000 people.
With vibrant blue skies and a landscape filled with pine trees, cotton fields, and endless tobacco roads, if there ever were a perfect environment to nurture an aspiring country singer, Warsaw, North Carolina would be the ideal place to grow up. Danielle Johnson is a 19 year old singer and songwriter with her sights set on the country music world delivering her music with a wide range of influences with pop appeal and rootsy authenticity. With a voice for the ages echoing her idols, Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood, and Shania Twain, Danielle has learned her lessons well on guitar and piano. Her work with Nashville’s finest tunesmiths has gone a long way in putting Danielle on the fast track to success while maintaining her message of faith, universal truths, and being a positive role model for teens and young adults.
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