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Danielle Peck

Danielle Peck sang in both bar bands and the local church choir while growing up in North Carolina and Ohio, a fitting mix for a girl whose first single, "I Don't," cheekily mixed religion with slow-burn honky tonk. 2005's "I Don't" was Peck's Big Machine/Show Dog Nashville debut, though she'd been in Nashville for a few years before that, scrapping to get noticed, waitressing to get by, and eventually landing a songwriting deal. That led to the contract with Big Machine/Show Dog and the single push; her full-length debut, Danielle Peck, appeared in 2006.

Peck was born in Jacksonville, North Carolina, but grew up in Coshocton, Ohio.
In 2006, Peck briefly dated Boston Red Sox pitcher Josh Beckett.
On October 18, 2007 she was a last-minute choice to sing the national anthem before Game 5 of the American League Championship Series between the Red Sox and the Cleveland Indians. While the Indians organization stated that she was chosen because she was an Ohio native and Indians fan, it was believed that she was brought in to distract Beckett, who was starting the game for the Red Sox. Beckett went on to a decisive victory and when asked about Peck's presence, he replied "I don't get paid to make those [expletive] decisions...She's a friend of mine. It doesn't bother me at all. Thanks for flyin' one of my friends to the game so she could watch it for free."



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