Danielle Bradbery to debut music video for “The Heart of Dixie” on Monday

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Big Machine Records recording artist and Season 4 winner of "The Voice,"
Danielle Bradbery, will release the official music video for
her debut single "The Heart of Dixie" across multiple media platforms beginning
today (9/20). NBC affiliates throughout the country will air snippets of the
music video, along with an exclusive interview with Danielle. Fans can tune in
to their local NBC station to see a sneak peek of the video first. All NBC
affiliates have access to the package via NBC News Channel.

On Monday
(9/23), VEVO will exclusively debut the video before the worldwide
launch on Tuesday (9/24). Behind-the-scenes images from the video shoot are
available now at www.GettyImages.com,
courtesy of photographer Rick Diamond. Select photos will be posted on
Danielle's socials for fans. 

Directed by Shane Drake, the video was
filmed at Butterfly Hollow, a butterfly farm an hour outside of
Nashville, offering the perfect setting for whimsical imagery. Danielle invited
some of her best friends to join in the fun as her co-stars. 

my first music video was an incredible experience," said Danielle. "It matches
perfectly the storytelling in the song. I can't wait for everyone to see

"The Heart of Dixie" is Danielle's first single since winning the
hit show this summer as a member of "Team Blake" (Shelton). Danielle and Blake
were recently reunited when "The Voice" coach invited her to be a surprise guest
on his TEN TIMES CRAZIER TOUR, where she will appear on select upcoming dates.
See Danielle's performance here.

The young starlet has been visiting Country radio
stations nationwide to promote her new music and will release a debut album
later this fall. Danielle will also join Brad Paisley's BEAT THIS SUMMER TOUR,
Presented by Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, throughout

Season 5 of "The Voice" begins on Monday (9/23) on NBC at
8:00P ET/7:00P CT.

For the latest updates, follow Danielle Bradbery on
Facebook and Twitter.

Credit: Rick Diamond]