Hailed as “one of the most recognizable faces in country” by Variety, MULTI-PLATINUM star Gabby Barrett returned to her roots during her last weekend of shows on Jason Aldean’s ROCK N’ ROLL COWBOY TOUR. Following a sweet visit and performance at the UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh earlier in the day, Barrett – decked out in a personalized Pittsburgh Steelers jersey – rocked the SOLD-OUT hometown crowd at The Pavilion at Star Lake in Burgettstown, PA, on Friday (8/26). Surrounded by family and friends, the Munhall, PA-native also invited her former high school teacher Casey Stapleton as a special guest and gifted him with a PLATINUM plaque for her history-making breakout debut album, GOLDMINE.  

“In my community, Mr. Stapleton was one of the only people – and teacher in my high school – who encouraged me to pursue music when I needed it most,” shares Barrett. “I was balancing school while performing in malls, grocery stores, Chick-fil-A, really anywhere I could, and he continued to uplift and inspire me to keep going. I don’t know if he had any idea how much of a positive impact he has made on my life and career. So, to be able to honor him near my hometown and have him see how I have grown as an artist while I’m now living my dreams is a moment I’ll never forget.”

Crisscrossing the country this summer as a special guest of Aldean’s, Barrett recently caught up with CMT Hot 20 Countdown host Carissa Culiner backstage in Dallas, TX. Watch a clip here. Further proving herself as an in-demand touring support, she also played select shows with Brooks & Dunn in June.

An unstoppable force in the genre, Barrett remains the #1 consuming female artist on the Country Aircheck chart for multiple consecutive weeks with current single “Pick Me Up,” ranking #9 in overall consumption. Rapidly approaching PLATINUM status, the backroad ballad – penned by Barrett, Ross Copperman, and Jon Nite – is now Top 20 at Country radio while surpassing 150 MILLION global streams to date. With over 5.6 BILLION career airplay impressions and 2.3 BILLION global career streams to her credit, Barrett’s meteoric 6X PLATINUM “I Hope” – the most-streamed Country song of 2020 – has crossed 1 BILLION global streams with 7 MILLION US track equivalents.




Warner Music Nashville’s MULTI-PLATINUM star Gabby Barrett is setting the trend in Country music. Surpassing 2.3 BILLION global career streams, Barrett’s expanded version of her acclaimed debut, GOLDMINE (DELUXE), features current Top 20 single “Pick Me Up.” Breaking out with her top-streaming PLATINUM album, the wildly-praised collection launched her meteoric 6X PLATINUM “I Hope” – the most-streamed Country song of 2020; 4-week Hot AC #1 crossover “I Hope (feat. Charlie Puth)” – which earned the iHeartRadio Titanium Award for reaching over 1 BILLION radio spins; and 3X PLATINUM three-week #1 “The Good Ones.” Ruling the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart for a record-breaking 27 weeks, “I Hope” was the first debut single by a solo female artist to top the Country radio charts since 2017 and made her the youngest artist with a #1 debut at Country radio in over two decades. Honored at Billboard Women in Music 2022 with the Rising Star Award presented by Honda, she also co-hosted the 57th Academy of Country Music Awards™. Adding even more elite wins to her goldmine of accolades from Billboard Music Awards, iHeartRadio Music Awards, CMT Music Awards, Barrett was recognized as one of the five 2021 CMT Artists of the Year. The MOST-NOMINATED Country music female at the 2021 American Music Awards, she earned Favorite Country Album (GOLDMINE) and Favorite Country Song (“The Good Ones”). In addition, she’s among Country Radio Broadcasters’ 2022 New Faces of Country Music; Billboard’s Top New Country Artist of 2020; an Amazon Music Breakthrough artist; one of Forbes’ 30 Under 30 in Music; and touted in Variety’s 2020 Young Hollywood Impact Report. Co-host of the 12th annual holiday special, CMA Country Christmas, the powerhouse vocalist continues to prove herself as a dynamic entertainer touring with Jason Aldean and Brooks & Dunn.