Danielle Bradbery Premieres New Song “Room for Two” (Watch!)

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Danielle Bradbery is back out on the road, performing solo shows as she gears up to join Brett Eldredge and Thomas Rhett on the CMT on Tour this Fall. Since the release of her debut album, Danielle has been teaming up with some of the best songwriters in Nashville and Los Angeles, creating music for her forthcoming sophomore offering. During recent shows, Danielle has been using her fan base as a sounding board for some of the material that has come from those writing sessions.

One of the songs Danielle has been performing as of late is “Room for Two,” a song that reminisces on the past and a heartbreak that continues to haunt her, even though her former other half has moved on. In a mental love triangle, Danielle struggles with the fact that “she loves you, you love her, and I love you, and there’s nothing I can do.”

“Room for Two” is an exemplary showing of Danielle’s strong vocals, providing her with just enough instrumental support to provide an evolving groove, but allowing her talent to take over and shine — as it should. Along with spotlighting her beautiful voice, the song lends credence to Danielle’s songwriting abilities, as she intelligently combines her youth with an experience to which fans of all ages can relate.

Hearing new music from Danielle Bradbery makes us quite optimistic that a release is in the not-so-distant future. One thing is for sure — this is one artist who has been missed immensely during her time behind closed doors and is someone who can have a large part in shifting the tide of the country music industry. We are hopeful that she will be afforded the deserved opportunity to make her own magic happen soon enough because she is certainly capable of taking the industry by storm!

Watch Danielle perform “Room for Two” in Atlantic City:

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  1. jacoblawson883@gmail.com' Jacob Lawson August 10, 2015

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