Danielle Bradbery will be getting some exposure during the weeks leading up to the 2014 Winter Olympics in February. The season four winner of “The Voice” will have her song “My Day” featured in various spots before the exciting games begin, as reported by Broadway World on Dec. 10.
NBC has teamed up with the Olympics to start a promotional campaign that captures the essence and inspiration that Olympic athletes have given through the years and for future games. The Sochi games are coming up quickly and the network is providing a message of exactly what the Olympics are all about through Bradbery’s inspiring song.
The campaign began last night during “The Voice” and will continue to air for the next few weeks until the Olympic Games start airing in Sochi, Russia on NBC in a couple of months. The full-length version of “My Day” will be released sometime next week. This tune can also be found on Bradbery’s album that came out on store shelves last month.
How does the Texas native feel about having her song promoted as part of the 2014 Winter Olympics? She said that the day she won “The Voice” was the most amazing day of her life. She called it magical and an honor. So what better way to honor the athletes that work so hard to make it to this prestigious event?
"I am honored to be able to share the song through this special campaign honoring our Olympic heroes, who I look forward to cheering on this winter on NBC,” the singer said.
Phillip Phillips had a big hit on his hands when his original song “Home” was played over and over during the Summer Olympics as part of the women’s gymnastics competition. This partnership may just do the trick for Danielle Bradbery as well.
Coverage for the 2014 Winter Olympics will begin on Feb. 6, the day before the opening ceremony.