- Chosen as 1 of 6 CCMA 2017 Discovery Finalists
- Some of the songwriters she has written with have included Paul Overstreet (27 Top Ten songs, Songwriter’s Hall of Fame), Jeremy Spillman (Eric Church, Keith Urban, Darius Rucker), and Blake Bollinger (Jason Aldean, Justin Moore), amongst hundreds of others
- Talent for songwriting landed her a worldwide publishing deal with Let Me Be Frank Inc. and ole Media Management LLC
- Has a sponsorship deal with Old Gringo Boots and her print ads are now being used in magazines and store posters all over the United States
- Co-Writer of Tom Cochrane’s 2015 single “Sunday Afternoon Hang”
Danielle Bourjeaurd is known by the nickname “Redneck Princess” amongst her friends and family. It’s a moniker that is not only emblematic of her unique approach to life, but also the perfect description of the songs she crafts, records and performs.
Bourjeaurd’s upcoming debut EP, Country Sorta Way, is a lush, rollicking, and immensely memorable collection of songs that are a bold statement from a composer and performer to be reckoned with.
The wistful, lush production on the EP’s first single, “Lakeside”, is a tribute to the lifestyle Danielle has shared with family and friends her entire life – boating, fishing, parties on the beach – sung with such sincerity that you wished you were there.
Danielle’s music is highlighted by hook-laden melodic masterpieces that are infused with the essence of country music, but with equal nods to pop and southern rock. There are raucous party anthems, sultry songs of torrid love, and songs about the ups and downs of everyday life. More significantly, Bourjeaurd’s lyrics and her vocal performances are dripping with an attitude that is fiercely empowered, shattering any illusions that female artists can’t be as ferocious in their appetites and overt in their passions as their male counterparts. “I want to say things that girls shouldn’t be afraid to say or think. I don’t mind getting a little naughty, because that’s real life. I want to be that kind of a voice for women.”