Throughout 2017, we are working with our interns to highlight 52 Creatives from the NEPA region. We believe creativity is a broad term that cannot be easily confined within the walls of one simple definition. We want to know what being creative means to you and how you bring that creativity to light.​

Dani-elle Kleha is our seventeenth #NEPACreative of 2017. Dani-elle brings creativity to the area through song and music.

Dani-elle is a 21 year old Nashville performing and recording artist, CMA member, and singer/songwriter. “My debut Nashville recorded album Eleven is the creative piece behind my career. Eleven is a 10 song album comprised of songs that I have either wrote or co-wrote. Compiling some of my favorite songs that I have written and taking them to Nashville to bring each one of them to life” explained Dani-elle, and went on to say, “the reasoning behind the name Eleven – My Papa Danny passed away on 11-11-11 so this album was done in tribute to him as well as a song that I wrote on the album called “Pennies From Heaven.”

Since the release of her album, Dani-elle’s and her band have opened for Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean, Darius Rucker, Dierks Bentley and more! They have been invited to play at CMA Fest 2 years in a row in Nashville TN and performed at the world renowned Schermerhorn Symphony Hall. They’ve won the 2015 Steamtown Awards for Country Act of the Year, the 2015 Rising Artist Award in Nashville, TN, and most recently the 2016 Female Artist of the Year in Nashville, TN. Her music has also been featured on Sirius XM, NashFM and multiple online and terrestrial radio stations.

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