“…the ambitious young artist’s future is looking bright. “ Women of Country

​About Danielle Johnson

Danielle Johnson is a singer-songwriter from the rural town of Warsaw, North Carolina, and now resides in Nashville, Tennessee. Danielle’s music teacher discovered she had the God-given talent of singing at the age of eight. From then on, she relentlessly pursued music. She immediately started taking voice lessons to work on her craft while also studying at the North Carolina Theatre Conservatory for many years. In 2012, she was cast as “Annie Who” in the Broadway Equity Production of “How The Grinch Stole Christmas” at Madison Square Garden in New York City, and at the Wang Theatre in Boston, Massachusetts. Danielle has also performed “The Star Spangled Banner” for many events including NASCAR races at Charlotte Motor Speedway and the Coco Cola 600 in front of over 200,000 people. As well as being a singer-songwriter, she loves playing guitar and piano. She stays busy collaborating with successful songwriters such as, Mike Dekle, Byron Hill, Phil Galdston, JP Williams, Dave Brainard, Sandy Ramos, and more. Her collaborations and experiences are making Danielle Johnson stand out while writing her truth and being a positive role model for teens and young adults. 


That powerful, authentic voice is the hook to get your attention but it is the songs that Danielle Johnson sings that keeps you there.” Matt Bjorkle, Roughstock.com