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Danielle Peck

Danielle Peck sang in both pub bands and the neighborhood chapel choir while developing up in NEW YORK and Ohio, a fitted mix for a woman whose first solitary, “We Don’t,” cheekily combined religious beliefs with slow-burn honky tonk. 2005’s “I Don’t” was Peck’s Big Machine/Display Doggie Nashville debut, though she’d experienced Nashville for a couple of years before that, scrapping to be seen, waitressing to manage, and eventually getting a songwriting offer. That resulted in the agreement with Big Machine/Display Dog as well as the single drive; her full-length debut, Danielle Peck, made an appearance in 2006.

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