The Voice winner, Danielle Bradbery instagrammed a clip of herself singing Carrie Underwood’s single “See You Again.”

Afterward, Carrie tweeted & followed her!

What do you think of Danielle’s clip? Does it leave you wanting more?

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  • gem2477

    nice :)

  • Fernando

    Nice to see that there is no rivalry between American Idol and The Voice artists.

  • jobeob987

    Carrie is such a sweetheart and Danielle seems pretty down-to-earth herself.

  • thedeviledadvocate

    It’s no secret that Carrie is Danielle’s idol. Very nice of Carrie to compliment Danielle and follow her on Twitter.

    Danielle is excited because she starts shooting her video this week, and her best friend Haley and Danielle’s sister are both going to be in the video. Also this week she will be working on her album. She has been and will be very busy.

    I’m glad to see her moving up the country airplay charts. Cassadee is doing very well also. Still to early to tell, but it looks as though The Voice has a pretty good chance with both girls becoming successful.

    I see Danielle is learning to play the guitar. Nice little snippet, she sounds great.

  • windmills

    I don’t know that there’s even been much if any rivalry between contestants of the shows but I agree it’s nice to see examples that make it clear there’s no rivalry.

    Carrie actually knows Zach Swon from college and according to the Swon Brothers she took them out for dinner the 1st night they went to Nashville and has been supportive behind the scenes. Knowing that Danielle’s a huge Carrie fan, I’ve been hoping Carrie’s been able to touch base with Danielle too.

  • dd999

    Would love to have heard her sing the whole song…just her and her guitar. She sings the song beautifully. I read, it took her about 5 minutes to learn to strum the song on the guitar, so she’s wasting no time learning to play and the guitars Blake and Hunter gave her will be used lots I’m sure. That was sweet of Carrie to text her. Carrie has been given some beautiful songs to sing over the years. I don’t know who writes Carrie’s songs but, I find, many of her songs are also perfect for Danielle’s voice.

  • windmills

    dd999: Carrie has been given some beautiful songs to sing over the years. I don’t know who writes Carrie’s songs but, I find, many of her songs are also perfect for Danielle’s voice.

    Carrie cowrites a good portion of her songs (8 out of 14 on her current album, 7 out of 13 on her 3rd album, and 4 out of 13 on her 2nd album, 1 out of 14 on her debut album), and her favorite collaborators include Hillary Lindsey, Luke Laird, Chris Tompkins & Josh Kear, and Ashley Gorley (she’s written with many other country hitmakers too). As far as outside cuts, Hillary Lindsey and some combination of Brett James, Gordie Sampson, and Troy Verges, plus Chris Tompkins and Josh Kear have written standout songs for her.

  • Flynn950

    Nice X 2 :)

  • Sue tiedemann

    I love Danielle singing See you again!. I love Carrie Underwood and I think Danielle is doing a great job! She appears to be just as sweet as Carrie!

  • Stooch

    I would expect nothing less from Carrie she’s always been a class act. Nice to see Danielle guitar skill coming along, nice seeing her develop as an artist.

  • dd999

    I didn’t realize Carrie had such a big part in writing her own songs. She’s certainly produced some great songs. I imagine there are thousands of songs submitted to these labels, but yet even here, I notice the same writers, that I’ve seen used by others, many times over, are doing the writing. Wonder, why that is? Seems to me a lot of good songs may be left by the wayside because of using the same people to write all the time???

  • windmills

    dd999: I imagine there are thousands of songs submitted to these labels, but
    yet even here, I notice the same writers, that I’ve seen used by others,
    many times over, are doing the writing. Wonder, why that is? Seems to
    me a lot of good songs may be left by the wayside because of using the
    same people to write all the time???

    Yes, that’s quite likely because label A&R and management inevitably give preference to familiar writers, and familiar writers in turn may be more likely to give preferential access to labels/management/acts with whom they already have a good relationship. There’s a pecking order when it comes to who gets pitched what songs, and who gets to pitch those songs in the 1st place. In fairness, some of the system in place is to help A&R people sort through thousands and thousands of songs. But I definitely agree that relying on the same songwriters results in a lot of great songs going under the radar, and in the case of the guys at country radio, a lot of sameness.

    Relevant to Danielle, you can already see a certain relationship emerging between Big Machine Label Group and Caitlyn Smith, who is a really talented rising female singer/songwriter who cowrote Cassadee’s single, Danielle’s single, *and* the other original Danielle is known to have recorded. I think part of the motivation here may be Big Machine maybe wanting to help make the career of another songwriter, who would then in the future give special consideration to acts on their label. Not only that, Caitlyn is more likely to write songs specifically for Danielle now.

    In other cases, if the label has signed a singer/songwriter, the label may facilitate that person getting cuts on another act’s record, because it’s a double win. That happened with Mallary Hope and Lauren Alaina’s debut – Mercury Nashville had hoped that having Lauren release “Georgia Peaches” as a single and also having Lauren include another Mallary song on her album, it would’ve raised Mallary’s profile. Unfortunately, the label never wound up releasing more Mallary music, so she’s a free agent now. The final cut on George Strait’s current album, a wonderful song called “When The Credits Roll” is cowritten by another UMG Nashville act who’s still signed there, Randy Montana.

  • alan___b

    Check out this clip of Danielle playing guitar backstage before an interview. She’s picking up the guitar pretty fast http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sd4oxISdZ78

  • JohannaW

    Does Carrie watch The Voice?

  • Bugme Nomor

    Is she learning the guitar because her label thinks it will make her more marketable?

  • dd999

    Thanks so much for the explanation. I see that a successful selling song by a songwriter gives them the status, and then makes them in demand by other labels, hoping they’ll do the same for them. I guess, that’s a way of playing it safe.and following the trend but can lead to a lot of song sameness. I quite admire, Hunter Hayes, who I guess writes his own songs and I think has developed a distinct sound of his own. which is serving him well.

  • dd999

    I’m quite in awe of how fast she’s learning to play the guitar. Good for her!

  • windmills

    I don’t know. Carrie is quite loyal to Idol as a show so I lean to thinking she’s more likely show her support for individual performers from The Voice than talk about watching The Voice on a regular basis (at least while AI is on).