The winner of the fourth season of the Voice was Danielle Bradbery. Danielle Bradbery was born in League City, Texas on July 23, 1996. She didn't stay in League City, Texas and her family relocated to Cypress, Texas soon after her birth. Danielle Bradbery was a middle child with an older sister and three younger brothers. Though experienced in music, winning her career in music as a television game show prize during the fourth season of the Voice was her first genuine effort towards a career in the music industry. The youngest winner of the Voice was Danielle Bradbery's distinction since she was sixteen years old at the time she auditioned for and won the fourth season of the talent show game show television series. Her debut album was released on November 25, 2013. Danielle Bradbery continues to tour and record music to this exact moment of time.
Scenes from Danielle Bradbery's triumphant win on the season finale for the fourth season of the United States of America version of the Voice.
Danielle Bradbery and the Voice host Carson Daly
Country music performer Blake Shelton was Danielle Bradbery's coach and mentor on the United States of America version of the Voice.