Danielle Bradbery, Season 4 winner of 'The Voice,' is one of country's newest sweethearts, so it's only fitting that she'd receive advice from superstar Taylor Swift, one of music's sweetest.

“I got to be face to face with Taylor,” Bradbery says. “She knew I was on a radio tour at the time, and still am, but she goes, ‘I knew how that was and I started young like you, and the more it goes on, the more you’re gonna see. You’re gonna have so much fun with everything.’"

Swift certainly knows what she's talking about. She's no stranger to radio tours, and has been heavily involved in the music industry since she was a teenager in high school, singing 'Tim McGraw' from her eponymous debut album.

Bradbery continues, "She was just [saying] ‘Don’t give up, it’s gonna get more and more fun.’"

"It was really awesome getting to hear that from her," adds the 17-year-old rising star.

In addition to wise words from 24-year-old Swift, some other country stars are around to give the 'Heart of Dixie' singer some pointersm as well -- including Miranda Lambert and Bradbery's 'The Voice' coach, Blake Shelton.

“Miranda and Blake are always [saying], ‘If you ever need anything, just let us know,’” she reveals. “They’re part of why I’m staying grounded. And they’re like, ‘Girl you better not go on the wrong path’, and I’m like, ‘OK.’”

With help from Swift, Lambert and Shelton, there's no doubt Bradbery will fly higher and higher in her musical career.