Danielle Peck At Grand Ole Opry

Danielle Peck At Grand Ole Opry

Born in Jacksonville, North Carolina in 1978, country artist Danielle Peck came from a musical family. Her mother’s side of the family worked traveling and singing in churches, while her father’s parents and grandparents played dances in the area. It has been said that before Danielle was able to speak, she was able to sing, starting with Johnny Cash’s “Folsom Prison Blues.” Before she was ten, she penned her first song. After graduating high school, she went out on the road, leaving her gigs at her church and her band, The Neon Moon Band, where she performed at festivals and other events. She was then led to Nashville, where she worked as a waitress to support her career.

After signing with Big Machine Records, Peck released her debut single, “I Don’t,” in 2005. The song peaked within the Top 30, followed by two more singles, “Findin’ a Good Man” and “Isn’t That Everything.” Her next single, “Bad for Me,” peaked at Number Forty-Six. She has released two singles since, “Can’t Behave” and “Impossible Dreams.”
 
Peck has opened shows for some of the biggest names in country music, including singer Toby Keith.
 
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