You could see the heartbreak in her eyes once she realized her magnificent ride had come to an end on NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” series, hosted by Nick Cannon. However, for Danielle Stallings of Matoaca, with a voice like hers at the tender age of 14-years-old, there are no need for tears because this young lady has great things ahead in her future. Danielle showed grace and power during her performances in the national spotlight.
Danielle is a rising student at Matoaca High School, and has been singing for many years, practicing her craft at local Petersburg-area venues under the watchful eye of her parents and musician Rob Gray, a mainstay in the local music scene for years. She continues to work on her skills and stage presence while record companies line up to attempt to sign the teenager whom Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon called a phenominal talent.
In fact, Danielle has written over 40 songs of her own already and she’s busy working in the studio to produce her first recording, so look to hear big things from Danielle in the near future. She and her family treated me to a sneak listen to what may be her first single soon, ” Seasons “, and all I can say is LOOK OUT! Sshe is destined for fame. Enjoy this clip of Danielle’s last performance on “America’s Got Talent” on NBC