Heating up Country radio with debut single “I Hope,” Warner Music Nashville’s GABBY BARRETT is showing off another side with brand new song “The Good Ones,” available everywhere today. Written by Barrett with Emily Landis, Jim McCormick and Zachary Kale, the song’s romantic lyric and uplifting melody were inspired by Barrett’s very own “good one,” fiancé Cade Foehner.

“When people ask me about Cade, how he’s doing or how we’re doing, I always end up saying, “oh he’s great, he’s a keeper, he’s a good one.” That’s where the song came from – appreciating what I’ve got and what he means to me,” shares Barrett.

Listen to “The Good Ones” here.

All eyes are on Barrett as early raves continue pouring in, with Country Now hailing her as “country music’s next female superstar,” and HITS declaring Barrett is “on fire.”

Continuing to write with Nashville hitmakers Josh Osborne, Josh Kear, David Garcia, Jon Nite, Zachary Kale, and more, “The Good Ones” teases Barrett’s in-the-works debut, produced by GRAMMY-nominated Ross Copperman.

This summer, Barrett will take on festival dates opening for Jake Owen, Toby Keith, Chris Lane, Jimmie Allen and more, plus headline her own shows. 



Warner Music Nashville powerhouse Gabby Barrett came into national prominence as a finalist on ABC’s American Idol in 2018, and has since burst on to the scene with debut single, "I Hope.” Tapped as a “Highway Find” by SiriusXM’s “The Highway,” one of Rolling Stone Country’s “10 Best Country and Americana Songs To Hear Now,” and a CMT Artist Discovery member, Barrett and her “sizzling slow burner” (Sounds Like Nashville) are garnering serious attention from fans and media alike. Making her first return performance on Idol for the national TV debut of the track, and taking it to Disney’s “ARDYs: A Celebration of Music,” “I Hope” claimed the #1 spot on SiriusXM’s“The Highway” Hot 30 Countdown and on Radio Disney’s Country Top 50 chart, notching 30 MILLION+ on-demand streams and solidifying Barrett as “a voice you must hear” (The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review). A native of Munhall, Pennsylvania, and one of eight children, Barrett began singing in her local gospel choir at the age of nine, started playing shows at age 11 and performed 136 shows in 2017 alone, before rising to fame on Idol. She has recently shared the stage with superstars like Luke Bryan, Chris Lane, Dustin Lynch, Jake Owen, Bebe Rexha, Sugarland, and Carrie Underwood and is currently in the studio with GRAMMY-nominated producer Ross Copperman working on her debut.