Danielle Peck (born July 14, 1978) is an American country music singer. She debuted in 2004 with her single “I Don’t,” which peaked at No. 28 on the U.S. country music charts.

Born in Jacksonville, North Carolina, Peck grew up listening to country music and began to learn to play the guitar and write her own songs at the age of 14. She graduated from High School and went on to study vocal performance and music at University.

In 2004 she signed a record deal with Big Machine Records and her debut single, “I Don’t,” soon became a Top 30 hit on the U.S. country music charts. Following its success she released her self-titled debut album in 2005. The album featured the singles “Isn’t That Everything,” “Findin’ a Good Man,” and “Bad For Me.” She was also nominated for Best Female Vocalist of the Year at the 2006 Academy of Country Music Awards.

In 2008, Peck released her second album, ‘How a Cowgirl Says Goodbye’. The album featured the singles “Do You Ever Think About Me” and “Nobody Wants to Be Alone.”

Peck has appeared on television shows such as Good Morning America, as well as in an episode of the ABC television series Nashville. She also joined Big Machine Label Group as part of their A&R team in 2012.

In addition to her solo career, Peck has performed as a backing vocalist for other artists, including Brooks & Dunn, Dierks Bentley, Kenny Chesney, and Reba McEntire. She has also sung the National Anthem at several major sporting events.

Backing Tracks – Bad For Me … I Don’t

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