Album: Danielle Bradbery (2013)
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  • Danielle said this Ross Copperman, Tom Shapiro and Mallary Hope written song reminds her of the moment that she found out she was the season 4 winner of The Voice. "'My Day' really means something to me and it really showcases back to The Voice and having that moment when I won, it was really like that was my day," said the singer. "My fans, if they're going through something, or if anybody out there is going through something, they'll put on this song and maybe it will give them the right message."

    Danielle performed the song for the first time on TV when she returned to The Voice on December 10, 2013.
  • The song was used by NBC Olympics in a promotional campaign leading into the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia. "When I first heard the song 'My Day' I knew I wanted to cut it immediately, because the day I won The Voice was truly the most amazing day of my life. The song reminded me of all the excitement and honor I experienced on that magical evening," said Bradbery. "I am honored to be able to share the song through this special campaign honoring our Olympic heroes, who I look forward to cheering on this winter on NBC."


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