Danielle Bradbery is the first to admit she's had a stellar start to her country career. The 17-year-old songstress is the youngest contestant to win NBC's 'The Voice,' her single 'The Heart of Dixie' is on its way into the Top 10, and she's spent the last few months on tour with the legendary Brad Paisley.

Really, what could be better?

The budding star says she still can't quite wrap her head around the experience of being on tour with Paisley for his Beat This Winter Tour, adding that she remembers the days when she was just a regular fan.

"I mean, when they told me that they wanted me to come out with Brad Paisley to be on his tour ... I remember just listening to songs a long time ago and being the biggest fan just wanting to meet him," Bradbery says, laughing. "And now he's asking me, 'Come on tour with me.' I'm like, 'No big deal.' It's crazy!"

With a smile, Bradbery adds that the country superstar and his crew welcomed her with open arms. "All around the most kindhearted people" she gushes. "I just felt so welcomed with everybody and I'm so excited."

The teen singer will close out the tour with Paisley in his home state of West Virginia on March 1. After that, she will head out for a week-long run in support of music in schools, and then -- while many her age are preparing for midterms -- will kick off the We're Not Invisible Tour with Hunter Hayes on March 20.

With all that's ahead, it's safe to say this rising country starlet has a lot more surreal experiences in her future!