Danielle Bradbery Debuts “Break My Heart” at Olympic Skating Event

Danielle Bradbery performed as part of the Prevagen Skating Spectacular in Nashville, Tenn as a prelude to the upcoming Winter Olympics taking place in Beijing.

On Sunday’s (Jan 16) NBC Broadcast, only The Voice season 4 winner’s new song, the emotional “Break My Heart” aired. But in a fuller program which aired on Peacock streaming, the singer also sang “Stop Draggin’ Your Boots” and “Worth It.”

Fun fact: The Nashville band Sixwire backed Danielle up. They came in second on the only season of the 2007 American Idol shootoff, The Next Great American Band (The Clark Brothers won).

First, a quintet of Junior skaters performed as Danielle sang her last single, “Stop Draggin Your Boots.” 

Before she sang her new song “Break My Heart,” Danielle shared that she has new music coming out this year. “I have a lot of exciting stuff coming up this year…and a lot of things to look forward to.”  About the new single she said, “It’s a song I’m so excited to put out. I’ve been sitting on it for awhile. It means a lot to me. I hope everyone enjoys it.” Danielle said that she can’t wait to watch National silver medalist Karen Chen dance to the song. “It’s just going to be so beautiful.”

And last but not least, National Champion Mariah Bell skated as Danielle performed her song “Worth It.”

Danielle’s new song, “Break My Heart” is available to stream and download now. Written by Rob Grimaldi (“Butter”) and Riley Biederer (The Voice season 9), Danielle wrote on Instagram, “Even though I wasn’t in the room when this song was created, there’s still something so special about listening to a song that you immediately feel something for, as if you were there writing it.” She continued, “The melody of the song is really what pulled me in. So, let the song tell you its story all while the melody takes you on a unique journey.”

Check out the studio version below.


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