Bio

 

Always pushing the envelope, Danielle Braund is never satisfied. 
 
Known for her king-size, stunning voice, she has transcended herself by creating soulful music, with the power and intensity of a silky, sweet, locomotive. She has been described as ‘contemporary meets pop meets country’, but her music pays little attention to genre, with audiences getting lost in the emotional honesty of her performances and lyrics. 
 
After opening for such acts as SEAN KINGSTON, BOYZ II MEN, AND KIM MITCHELL, Danielle Braund is breaking new boundaries with her new EP "Sunday Morning". With the intent of creating a dynamic, cutting-edge sound, Danielle Braund sought out producer Ryan Stewart (Carly Rae Jepsen). The result is a widely appealing EP that leaves the listener wanting more. 
 
Her sound has been brewing for years, and is a culmination of a classical degree in Music from the University of Lethbridge, advanced jazz studies in composition in Detroit, and moonlighting as a backup singer at top clubs for pop bands in NYC. Her first recording effort was her single “To The World” (2006) produced by Wendy Starland (LADY GAGA). Shortly after she attempted a full-length album featuring all original blues-infused songs on "No Tears" (2007) with producer Stephen Joseph, which earned an HONOURABLE MENTION in the INTERNATIONAL WEST COAST SONGWRITING CONTEST.
 
With her signature piano and new guitar in tow, Danielle has boarded the train, and can’t wait for the ride.