Danielle Peck goes the digital route
Wednesday, December 24, 2008
– In what seems to be an increasing trend in Nashville, Danielle Peck released a digital only CD on Tuesday. "Can't Behave" is the second CD for the singer, whose first album was "I Don't" back in 2005.
The new CD includes 10 songs - Bad For Me, Brick By Brick, Can't Behave, Do It For Me, Get You Back, Lay Back Down, She Just Likes To Cry, That's What Angels Do, This Is Not Goodbye and You Like Me Better.
Other digital only releases this year included Jennifer Hanson in June and Trailer Choir in November.
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