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Danielle Peck: The Rhapsody Interview

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Danielle Peck: The Rhapsody Interview by Danielle Peck

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Danielle Peck: The Rhapsody Interview

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When you're as busy as superstar country diva Danielle Peck, sometimes you have to answer your interviewers in short, allocated quips. But we did get her to talk about the time that Gene Simmons picked up on her at an airport, and how her dad used to have to escort her to her early gigs because she was underage. We also somehow got her to admit that aside from her own songs, she doesn't listen to any music (except when somebody puts on the radio). Peck also told us that she plans to make her second album to sound exactly like her first, because "if it's not broke, don't fix it."

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When you're as busy as superstar country diva Danielle Peck, sometimes you have to answer your interviewers in short, allocated quips. But we did get her to talk about the time that Gene Simmons picked up on her at an airport, and how her dad used to have to escort her to her early gigs because she was underage. We also somehow got her to admit that aside from her own songs, she doesn't listen to any music (except when somebody puts on the radio). Peck also told us that she plans to make her second album to sound exactly like her first, because "if it's not broke, don't fix it."

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When you're as busy as superstar country diva Danielle Peck, sometimes you have to answer your interviewers in short, allocated quips. But we did get her to talk about the time that Gene Simmons picked up on her at an airport, and how her dad used to have to escort her to her early gigs because she was underage. We also somehow got her to admit that aside from her own songs, she doesn't listen to any music (except when somebody puts on the radio). Peck also told us that she plans to make her second album to sound exactly like her first, because "if it's not broke, don't fix it."