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Cheatham County Singer Collaborates to Create Historic Music Video

In addition to being a singer, Danielle Bloom is a passionate speaker and a health coach (Photo: Submitted)

Rock artist Danielle Bloom, a long-time resident of Ashland City, has recently released her new single, a rock cover of the Helen Reddy classic, “I Am Woman.” Standing alongside that single is a video produced by a team of female film professionals from Nashville Women in Film & TV (WIFT). The song, which topped the charts 50 years ago, still resonates as an enduring anthem for female empowerment and inspiration, which is why Bloom reached out to Nashville WIFT to create the accompanying music video. 

"I am thrilled to have worked with Nashville Women in Film & TV on this project," says Bloom. "As a female artist, it's important for me to support and collaborate with other women in the industry. This song is a timeless anthem for women's empowerment, and I am honored to be able to share my version of it with the world." 

Nashville Women in Film is a non-profit organization that supports and promotes women in the film and television industry. Its mission is to provide opportunities for women to network, collaborate, and showcase their talents. 

The collaboration between Bloom and the organization aims to celebrate the strength, resilience, and beauty of women from all walks of life and inspire and empower viewers. Many of the scenes depicted in the video were filmed on location in Cheatham County. Additionally, Morelia Cuevas, daughter of renowned designer Manuel, who is featured in the video creating a rhinestone encrusted red cape for Bloom, is also a Cheatham County resident.

“We were delighted that Ms. Bloom asked us to be a part of this video project,” says Donna Caldwell of Nashville WIFT. “A project like this aligns perfectly with our mission to educate, empower, and employ women in the entertainment industry. It is also an amazing example of women coming together to create something meaningful and impactful.”

Additionally, Bloom's rock version of the classic song adds a new energy and edge to it while staying true to its powerful message. With her strong vocals and dynamic stage presence, Bloom brings a fresh perspective to the song, making it relevant and relatable to a new generation of women. 

“The decision to record this cover song was driven by a multitude of factors,” Bloom explains. “First, the timeless message of empowerment and resilience conveyed in ‘I Am Woman’ resonates deeply with me. The lyrics speak volumes about the strength and determination that not only women, but everyone possesses, which I believe is important to celebrate and highlight. Music has an incredible ability to connect people on an emotional level, and through this song, I hoped to instill a sense of empowerment in listeners who may be going through their own struggles.”


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