Danielle Peck wrote her first song before she was 10 and made cassette labels for her imaginary Danielle Peck Records, complete with song titles and cover art. When she graduated from high school, she hit the road leading her own band. After several years on the bar and festival circuit Danielle made the decision to chase the dream and make the jump to Nashville which eventually led to her signing with Big Machine Records and her self-titled debut album. With its raw country heartbreak, I Don't, Danielle's debut single, became the highest charting single by a new female country artist in the last 12 months. Danielle's current single, Findin' A Good Man, is destined to become the girls-night-out anthem of 2006, one of the many tracks on her debut collection poised for the top tier of the charts.