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Who is Daniele Alexander?
Daniele Alexander is an American country music singer. She began her career as a teenager, performing jazz initially before moving to Las Vegas, Nevada to sing in casinos. She also charted in the Top 20 on the Billboard charts with the single "She's There", a single from her 1989 Mercury Records album First Move. A second album, I Dream in Color, produced a duet with labelmate Butch Baker in "It Wasn't You, It Wasn't Me," the last chart single for either artist. Alexander exited Mercury in 1991, and later co-wrote two songs on Mila Mason's 1997 debut That's Enough of That.
- also known as Alexander, Daniele
- born on (60 years ago) in Fort Worth
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Singer-songwriter
- genre: Country
- album: "I Dream in Color"
- nomination: - nominated to Academy of Country Music Award for New Female Vocalist of the Year
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