Budding singer-songwriter Danielle Bradbery had the chance to perform at this year's Stagecoach Festival, taking to the Mane Stage on Saturday (April 26). Not only did she perform some of her own songs (including new single "Young In America" and "Dance Hall"), but the young talent also covered Pink's "Try," a blockbuster pop-rocker from the latter's "The Truth About Love" record.
In the heat of the mid-afternoon sun, Bradbery launched into a soaring version of the track--decked out in deep red pants and a flowing top. The 17-year-old more than held her own against the original, dripping her smooth vocals over the inspiring lyrics. "You gotta get up and try," she belted to the gathering crowd.
Recently, "The Voice" season 3 champ scored her first ever Top 15 hit with her first single "The Heart of Dixie," from her self-titled Big Machine debut set. Dann Huff produced all the songs, except for her debut single, which was produced by industry tastemaker Brett James. Bowing at No. 5 on the Billboard 200 all-genre album chart, the record has sold roughly 134,000 copies, according to Roughstock.
Bradbery is currently out on the road as a special guest on Hunter Hayes' nationwide We Are Not Invisible Tour. For more information and to purchase tickets, check out her official website.
Check out Bradbery's version of "Try" above.