Last Sunday (August 8), Danielle Bradbery sat next to Mario Andretti in the Ruoff Fastest Seat in Sports, before the inaugural INDYCAR Grand Prix race on the streets of Nashville. Later that night The Voice season 4 winner performed her new song “Stop Dragging Your Feet” at the Opry’s special Sunday night show, “Grand Ole Prix Opry Show.”
But then, the country singer continued visiting race tracks. On Sunday (August 15) she sang the National Anthem ahead of the NASCAR Verizon 200 at the Brickyard, which took place at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indianapolis Indiana. And what an exciting, but frightening race, as two multi-car crashes that occurred during the last five laps knocked out the leader and completely changed the course of the race.
However, before all the drama on the track, the singer delivered a crisp a cappella performance of the National Anthem. “Chills,” wrote the Indianapolis Motor Speedway official Twitter account, alongside a clip of Danielle’s rendition. “What a performance by @BigMachine powered artist @DBradbery.”
— Indianapolis Motor Speedway (@IMS) August 15, 2021
Up next for Danielle, she is set to perform an outdoor benefit on Saturday September 11, to honor those lost on 9/11. The concert, which also features Randy House and Eric Paslay, takes place at the Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course in Grantville, Pennsylvania, and will benefit veteran and first responder charities. Click HERE for Tickets.