Gabby Barrett

Gabby Barrett Goes Live From Her Living Room this Sunday

Gabby Barrett

ACM New Female Artist of the Year nominee Gabby Barrett invites her friends from their homes to hers on Sunday night for a livestream performance kicking off at 8:30pm/7:30c. She will perform several songs from her forthcoming album, including her Top 10 and climbing hit “I Hope,” across Instagram and Facebook alongside her husband and fellow musician Cade Foehner.

During the performance, fans will have the opportunity to support MusiCares by using the MusiCares donate button. The non-profit organization has provided more than $60 million in health, financial, and rehabilitation resources to music people in times of need.

Warner Music Nashville’s Gabby Barrett is setting the trend. As an ACM New Female Artist of the Year nominee, one of CMT’s 2020 Next Women of Country, a 2020 MusicRow Next Big Thing artist, a SiriusXM + Pandora All-Genre and Country Artist to Watch, Radio Disney’s Next Big Thing, and Amazon Music’s best-performing Country female of 2019, she continues to rise through the ranks and break glass ceilings. Barrett’s “lightning-in-a-bottle single” (PEOPLE) “I Hope” is one of Rolling Stone’s “10 Best Country and Americana Songs To Hear Now,” racing onto Billboard‘s Hot 100 Chart, through Country radio’s Top 15 and becoming the first female debut single to crack the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart’s Top 10 since 2017. “A voice you must hear,” (The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review) the rising superstar has opened for Dierks Bentley, Kane Brown, Luke Bryan, Toby Keith, Chris Lane, Dustin Lynch, Jake Owen, Bebe Rexha, Cole Swindell, Sugarland, and Carrie Underwood, and will take the stage as support for Brad Paisley  on his WORLD TOUR. With more than 230 MILLION on-demand streams to her credit, Barrett previewed her upcoming Ross Copperman-produced album, releasing new songs “The Good Ones” and “Hall of Fame,” completing a trio of releases she co-wrote. The Pennsylvania native began singing in a gospel choir at nine years old, and performed 136 shows in 2017 before rising to national prominence as a finalist on ABC’s American Idol.

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