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    Danielle Peck

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    Most Popular Songs (more)

    1Get You Back lyrics
    2Never Knocked Me Down(Live) lyrics
    Jack Ingram feat. Danielle Peck
    3Isn't That Everything lyrics
    4Only The Lonely Talkin' lyrics
    5This Is Not Goodbye lyrics
    6Woman Does Too lyrics
    7That's What Angels Do lyrics
    8Kiss You On The Mouth lyrics
    9Can't Behave lyrics
    10I'm Fallin' Apart lyrics

    Most Popular Albums (more)

    1Danielle Peck [2006]


    Danielle Peck was born in Jacksonville, N.C., the daughter of a U.S. Marine and grew up in Coshocton, Ohio. Her mother's side of the family traveled and sang in churches. Her father's parents and grandparents were steeped in country music, playing
    dances in the area. Peck could sing before she could talk and by the time she was 3, she would sit on a counter banging on pots and pans as her extended family played country music. The first song she learned to sing was Johnny Cash's "Folsom Prison Blues."

    She wrote her first song before she was 10 and made cassette labels for her imaginary Danielle Peck records, complete with song titles and cover art. She sang in church both as a soloist and in the choir. At age 16, she joined a local band, the Neon Moon Band, and played bars around her hometown, as well as local summer fairs. At 18, her dad bought her a sound and light system that the family jokingly referred to as her 'college tuition.' When she graduated from high school, she hit the road leading her own band, adding regional fairs and festivals to the schedule.

    After several years on the bar and festival circuit, Peck moved to Nashville, taking a job waiting tables and spending the rest of her time working on her songwriting. Soon after her Nashville arrival, she met publisher Clay Myers. When Myers took a job with Barbara Orbison's Still Working Music he brought Peck with him and insisted that Orbison sign her. After one meeting, Peck had a publishing deal.

    Peck was waiting tables when she was asked to do an impromptu late-night audition right at a table in the restaurant for Scott Borchetta, while he was still at the DreamWorks label. After she sang, he promised that they would work together. The next day, Myers called Borchetta to ask if he was serious or if he was just in a celebratory mood. Borchetta explained, "No way. I think she's great! Let's get a meeting together." Peck signed briefly to DreamWorks but left the label after industry mergers. She resurfaced on the roster of Big Machine Records, an imprint founded by Borchetta in 2005. She released her album on the label in 2006.

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