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Danielle Bradbery from 'The Voice' performs at Nassau Coliseum, Long Island

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On Feb. 16, Danielle Bradbery, the winner of the fourth season of the reality singing competition, "The Voice," performed at Nassau Coliseum in Long Island, New York. She warmed up the stage for Brad Paisley, who headlined as part of his "Beat This Winter" tour. Other special guest artists included country producer, DJ and remixer Dee Jay Silver, as well as country singer-songwriter Chris Young.

Her set included songs from her eponymous debut album such as "Talk About Love," "Never Like This," as well as "My Day," the latter of which has been used as a theme song for the Winter Olympic games.

She serenaded her Long Island fans to her lead-off single "The Heart of Dixie."

It also included a cover of country singer Sara Evans' chart-topping single "A Little Bit Stronger," where Bradbery showcased her ability to nail the high notes.

She concluded his six-song setlist with "Wild Boy."

In summation, Danielle Bradbery garnered 5 out of 5 stars for her show. She proves that she has everything it takes to make it big in country music.

To learn more about Danielle Bradbery, visit her official website.

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