Interview with Danielle Todd


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Guelph, Ontario's Danielle Todd (now living in Nashville) is here to chat about her brand new single "Heat Of The Moment" & the music video for it. She'll also share and chat about her debut single "Crazy" from a few years ago. In her childhood bedroom, complete with pastel sponge paint and horse wallpaper, Danielle would fall asleep to the sound of her father’s music coming through the air vent from his basement studio. Watching him work his magic, she would marvel at the way he could piece a song together, until one day, her dad just needed her out of his hair. As Danielle fondly recalls, he handed her a CD with Patsy Cline’s “Sweet Dreams of You” on it and said, “Don’t come back until you’ve learned it.” Much to her father’s surprise, a mere hour later, four year old Danielle had returned, singing with the gusto of Patsy herself. From that moment on, Danielle was head over heels for the country croonings of female powerhouses like Patsy, Martina McBride, Shania Twain, and Faith Hill. When it came time to find a job in her teenage years, Danielle walked into bar after bar, convincing them to give her a regular slot to sing— even if that slot didn’t yet exist. “The bar owners would be like, ‘Sure, send us a CD.’ I just responded, ‘I don’t have one, and I’m here right now so I’ll just sing here,’” Danielle remarks. And that was that! ABOUT THE NEW SINGLE "A few years back, Brooke Lynn and I wrote a song about what it means to appreciate every moment while it’s happening," explains Danielle. "The more we talked about it, the more we realized, the "good ol’ days" are actually the here-and-now moments more than anything."

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