Danielle Marie Peck was born in Jacksonville, North Carolina and grew up in Coshocton, Ohio. In 2005, Peck released her self-titled debut album, which produced the Top 30 country hits "I Don't," "Findin' a Good Man," and "Isn't That Everything." A fourth single, "Bad for Me" charted in mid-2007.
Supposedly, before Peck was able to even speak, she was able to sing. The first song she ever sang was Johnny Cash's "Folsom Prison Blues," which she continues to perform in her live shows to this day. She wrote her first song before the age of 10. She also sang in her church, as solo and as part of a choir. At age 16, she joined a band called The Neon Moon Band, which performed around the local area.
After graduating from high school in 1997, Peck went out on the road and formed her own band, that performed at festivals and other events. She then moved to Nashville, Tennessee, finding work as a waitress while pursuing a career in country music.
In 2005, she released her debut single, "I Don't. " The song peaked at #28 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. From her next album came two hit singles "Findin' a Good Man" - her highest-charting single to date - and "Isn't That Everything."
Also in 2006, Peck took part in a duet with fellow country singer Jack Ingram on his 2006 album Live: Wherever You Are, titled "Never Knocked Me Down," which was an audio excerpt from the CMT program Outlaws 2005.
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