Dale Ann Bradley
Kentucky native and bluegrass artist Dale Ann Bradley joined the New Coon Creek Girls band in 1991. The group released its debut album, The L&N Don't Stop Here Anymore, in 1994. By 1997, Bradley recorded a solo album, East Kentucky Morning which included a cover of the U2 song "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For." The song received much attention and chart success for Bradley.
Bradley was a featured artist on the New Coon Creek Girls' final album in 1998 before the group became known as Dale Ann Bradley and Coon Creek. In 1999, Bradley released a second solo album, Old Southern Porches," followed by 2001's Songs of Praise and Glory. In 2001, Bradley recorded with the band again on Dale Ann Bradley and Coon Creek. She recorded Send the Angels in 2004, Catch Tomorrow in 2006 and Don't Turn Your Back in 2009.
Along the way, Bradley's stellar vocals garnered the attention of the International Bluegrass Music Association who honored her with the organization's 2007 and 2008 Female Vocalist of the Year Awards.
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