She was a member of the pop band Hey Monday and won Season 3 of “The Voice.” Now, Cassadee Pope is skyrocketing with her #1 song with Chris Young and is releasing a new album. Plus, she answers fan questions!
Video Content: Cassadee Pope (2016)
SIDEWALKS host Richard R. Lee talks to singer / “The Voice” champ Cassadee Pope about her musical career before “The Voice” and winning her season on the hit NBC show. Plus, she talks about the Outnumber Hunger campaign and she answers fan questions.
About Outnumber Hunger:
Outnumber Hunger features Big Machine Label Group artists like Cassadee Pope and many others. You can participate with your grocery list. Look for specially marked packages of popular General Mills products (like Cheerios, Nature Valley and Lucky Charms) with Cassadee’s and other Big Machine label artists’ faces on them. Each package contains a code that can be redeemed at OutnumberHunger.com and helps Feeding America secure five meals on behalf of your local food bank.
Born in West Palm Beach, Florida, Cassadee Pope is a singer and songwriter, who found major fame as the winner of NBC’s “The Voice” during its third season. Before “The Voice,” she was a member of the pop band Hey Monday. As a solo artist, she released Cassadee Pope (EP) in 2012 and then her first country album entitled “Frame by Frame” in 2013. Her song “I Am Invincible” debuted the empowerment anthem at the opening ceremonies of the 2015 Special Olympics World Summer Games on July 25, 2015. Her duet with Chris Young, called “Think of You,” became a number one song for his 2016 album, “I’m Comin’ Over.” “Summer” (EP) is being released in June 2016.
Recorded: May 17, 2016
Host / Producer / Editor: Richard R. Lee
Special Thanks To: Outnumber Hunger, RCA Nashville, Sony Music Entertainment