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TORONTO, ON – Today, ole label group is pleased to announce the addition of Canadian Country singer-songwriter, Danielle Bourjeaurd, to its red dot roster. The Sharon, ON native’s debut EP, Country Sorta Way, will see distribution through ole label group with publishing via ole and Frank Davies’ Let Me Be Frank. The second single, “Happy Hour”, will be released to radio on March 23, […]
TORONTO, ON - Today, ole label group is pleased to announce the addition of Canadian Country singer-songwriter, Danielle Bourjeaurd, to its red dot roster. The Sharon, ON native's debut EP, Country Sorta Way, will see distribution through ole label group with publishing via ole and Frank Davies' Let Me Be Frank. The second single, "Happy Hour", will be released to radio on March 23, 2018.
"I'm so stoked to finally be able to share my music with the world. I'm so blessed to call red dot my new family. Thank you to my label red dot, my producer Pete Swann, Kate Davies, Frank Davies, Benny and the Big Guy, for believing in my songs and helping them become reality," said Bourjeaurd. "I am so excited for this year and what's to come. I'm going to keep working my butt off for you Canada. I'm on cloud nine. Daddy I know your looking down on me and are still a huge part of everything good that comes my way. Thank God, we finally got here. Now on to the big leagues."
Available now, the EP highlights the honest vulnerability of Bourjeaurd's soulful and edgy country style, with equal nods to pop and southern rock. From raucous party anthems, to sultry songs of torrid love and tracks reflecting the ups and downs of everyday life, Country Sorta Way is a bold statement from a performer to be reckoned with.
"We're very excited to welcome Danielle as the newest addition to the ole red dot roster. She is a talented and hardworking musician with a unique style that is sure to connect with Country music fans everywhere," added Andy Hawke, Manager A&R, ole label group.
Winner of Best Emerging Artist at Toronto Indie Week 2017, Bourjeaurd has been living and working in Nashville for the past five years, writing with veteran greats like Frank Myers, Odie Blackmon, and Roger Springer to more recent hitmakers like Leslie Satcher, Emily Hackett, Davis Corley, Summer Overstreet, Mark Addison Chandler, and Canada's own, Aaron Pritchett and Ian Janes. In 2014, Bourjeaurd had a co-write on Tom Cochrane's chart-topping hit, "Sunday Afternoon Hang" and started off 2018 with a Top 15 single for her Petric co-write "18 Ends".
This year has also seen songwriting success for Bourjeaurd with Cumulus Radio (446 stations in 90 cities in the U.S.) now featuring her co-write with artist Joe Denim, "Together We're A 10". Bourjeaurdis currently writing songs for the film "What Would Dolly Do" slated to go into production this spring, in which she will also have a cameo role. Following a key performance in February at the Grand Ole Opry's "Nashville House of Concerts", Bourjeaurd will continue to hit the stage with Nashville club dates throughout March and April.
Listen to Country Sorta Way here.
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