Gabby Barrett

Gabby Barrett (born on March 5, 2000, in Munhall, Pennsylvania) is a country music singer who rose to fame after finishing up in third place on the 16th season of ABC’s American Idol. Born and raised in a Catholic household, Gabby Barrett started singing and performing in gospel choirs at a very young age, winning her first talent competition at the age of 14. Following a stellar audition for American Idol in 2018, she quickly became a fan favorite, making it to the show’s finale with her performance of “Rivers Deep,” her debut single. More success followed with “I Hope” (2019), a smash country pop hit that topped Billboard’s US Country Airplay and achieved gold status after selling 167,000 copies. She was soon signed to Warner Music Nashville, through which she released her studio debut, Goldmine (2020). Preceded by the singles “The Good Ones” and “Hall of Fame,” the album received many accolades from the press and earned Gabby Barrett a nomination for New Female Artist of the Year at the ACM Awards that same year. Propelled by the album’s success, she went on to be the opening act for established country acts such as Toby Keith, Cole Swindell, and Carrie Underwood. Gabby Barrett’s second album, Chapter & Verse, was released in 2024 and included the singles “Glory Days,” “Cowboy Back,” “Growin’ Up Raisin’ You,” and “You’re My Texas,” which was co-written with Miranda Lambert. The album featured guest performances from contemporary Christian singer-songwriter Phil Wickham and country music star Luke Combs.

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