Gabby Barrett Celebrates Debut Album With ‘Live From The Goldmine’ EP

Gabby Barrett celebrates her debut album with a live version of seven tracks from the original record in a project called Live from the Goldmine EP, officially available today, March 16th on all streaming platforms.

In the wake of all country music fans and entertainers desperately missing live music, rising singer-songwriter Gabby Barrett delivers! After much success with her debut record Goldmine, including a number one hit single with “I Hope” and a top ten and rising song with “The Good Ones,” the country music songstress decided to give us the second best thing to a live show, a live version of some fan-favorites off her original project in a new EP entitled Live from the Goldmine.

Barrett’s project begins with live renditions of her songs “Footprints On The Moon” and “Rose Needs A Jack.” The former personifies her journey as a country artist, sharing her grit and charm as an artist in the celebratory tune. On the other hand, “Rose Needs A Jack,” an obvious play on Titanic is a fun-loving song with stellar lyrics. On both tracks, Barrett’s incredible songwriting is on full display.

The new Mom also includes “Jesus & My Mama” and one of our favorites, “Thank God.” The song shares the venerable journey of trials and tribulations both in Nashville as an artist and in a relationship. Ultimately, she thanks God for leading her to a life that she can truly say she has fallen in love with.

“Thank God for the hangups and the breakups // And the wake-up, make-up tears on my pillowcase // The all wrongs and the almosts // And the all-time lows all took me to the way”

Of course, no project would be quite complete without Barrett’s current single, “The Good Ones” and her record-breaking hit, “I Hope.” Both songs showcase different sides of the singer’s multi-dimensional personality. “The Good Ones” is a victory song for love and good men, while “I Hope” is the exact opposite. It is a sassy, no-bull, powerhouse tune, proving that no one should mess with the strong and incredible Barrett.

The record culminates with the live recording of “Goldmine,” a song that truly wraps up the project in such a way that makes it feel finished. “Goldmine,” the title track of her debut album and the only song that Barrett did not have a hand in writing is one of those tracks that feels reminiscent of 90s country and early Carrie Underwood at the same time. The song fits Barrett’s range perfectly.

Prior to the release of Goldmine, NYCountry Swag caught up with Barrett for a virtual interview to chat about the record, her songwriting, and her incredible career so far. Check it out in the video below.

If this record does not convince you to see Barrett live the second you can, then we do not know what will. She continues to prove her staying power again and again, and it is only a matter of time until “The Good Ones” lands the top spot on the country charts!

Gabby Barrett's 'Live From The Goldmine' is available now, March 16th

Gabby Barrett’s ‘Live From The Goldmine’ is available now, March 16th

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Live From The Goldmine EP is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.