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Few can say their love for music came to them through an air vent. Canadian Country singer/songwriter Danielle Todd can. 

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.

In the years since, Danielle has done everything in her power to make music her mainstay— everything from uprooting her life in Canada to move to Nashville,

to working successive shifts on Nashville’s acclaimed Broadway. 

Danielle has continued to hone her sound, resulting in a pop-country mix infused with undeniable Stevie Knicks-esque inspiration. With the pop sensibilities

of the likes of Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston, a touch of edginess, and a little bit of quirk that Danielle finds indicative of her sound, songs like her debut single, “Crazy,” came to be. 

Released in early 2019, “Crazy,” co-penned with Bobbi Holliday and Caitie Thompson, took Danielle to higher heights, achieving accolades like Ontario’s Artist

of the Month in April 2019 and winning Country 104’s “Women in Country March Madness” with Carrie Underwood as the competition. The fresh, upbeat tune even went so far as to enjoy a spot at #80 on Canada’s TRAX Report, #28 on Sirius XM’s CBC Country, and #34

on Australia’s Top 50. 

Her subsequent singles, “Backburner,” "Heat of the Moment" and "Over You" were similarly high impact in both Canada and Australia, landing a spot at #23 on the

Music Network Hottest Country Charts and introducing the “soft edge” that is indicative of Danielle’s sound. 

Danielle continues to write, perform and engage with her followers on a weekly basis.

The phrase “He can do it all,” comes to mind when you hear about Grady James’ accomplishments. Not only is he an established producer with a signature sound influenced by industry leaders such as Jay Joyce, Joey Moi, and Dan Huff, but he is also a developed

guitar player, drummer, banjo player, songwriter, engineer, mixer and mastering engineer. There is very little he can’t do!

Grady honed his craft at The Musicians Institute in LA, California, where, at the top of his class, he earned a degree in guitar performance. Shortly thereafter, Grady made the leap and decided to take all of his talents and knowledge to Music City. When he

stepped foot into Nashville, James hit the ground running and made a name for himself as a performer, songwriter, session musician, and, you guessed it, a producer. It didn’t take long for word to get out that Grady had opened a studio; the phone started

ringing off the hook.

Grady quickly fell into a writing circle and met Gyth Rigdon (Season 16 runner-up on NBC's “The Voice”) They began collaborating, and Grady produced Rigdon’s first full length album. A few years later their song "Proof I've Always Loved You" was performed by

Gyth on the season finale of The Voice. It quickly made its way onto six Billboard charts, reaching the top of the country chart and earning Grady his first #1 hit. That same year, Grady was nominated for Best Male Vocalist of the Year and Best New Country

Band of the Year at the Coachella Valley Music Awards. To nobodies surprise, Grady walked away with both awards that year.

James has continued producing and releasing his own music, as well as working with clients like rock band “Clear the Benches,” Alabama country artist Caleb Mills, and Canadian country artist Danielle Todd. Between performing on the road with his band, and as

a guitar player for multiple country a-listers, Chris Bandi, Clare Dunn and Brandon Lay, he continued to stretch his skills as a producer in his studio. His productions have garnered millions of streams.

Grady continues to write, perform and produce in Nashville, Tennessee.

Venue Information

Blue Jay Listening Room
2457B 3rd St South
Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250-4066

Organizer Information

Blue Jay Listening Room

2457 3rd Street South
Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250
+1 (904) 318-3020

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