Barrett finds a "Goldmine"
Friday, May 1, 2020
– Gabby Barrett will release her debut, "Goldmine," on June 19, she announced today.
"I am so excited that my first album is finally complete," said Barrett. "I've been writing for this project for almost two years, pulling together who I am as an artist and working hard with my team to make this album an expression of that. To see it come together like this feels amazing and is such a huge blessing. I'm so excited for June 19 - can't wait for you to hear it."
The track list is:
1. "I Hope" (Gabby Barrett, Zach Kale, Jon Nite)
2. "Thank God" (Gabby Barrett, Nicolle Galyon, Jon Nite, Jimmy Robbins)
3. "Write It on My Heart" (Gabby Barrett, Ross Copperman, Josh Osborne)
4. "Footprints on the Moon" (Gabby Barrett, Zach Kale, Jon Nite)
5. "You're the Only Reason" (Gabby Barrett, Ross Copperman, Josh Kear)
6. "Goldmine" (Nicolle Galyon, Caitlyn Smith, Liz Rose)
7. "The Good Ones" (Gabby Barrett, Zach Kale, Emily Landis, Jim McCormick)
8. "Jesus & My Mama" (Gabby Barrett, Zach Kale, Cliff Downs, Marti Dodson)
9. "Hall of Fame" (Gabby Barrett, Adam Doleac, Trannie Anderson, Zach Kale)
10. "Got Me" feat. Shane & Shane (Gabby Barrett, Zach Kale, Shane Barnard, Cade Foehner, Bryan Fowler)
11. "Rose Needs a Jack" (Gabby Barrett, Zach Kale, Joe Clemmons)
12. "Strong" (Gabby Barrett, Emily Weisband, Ross Copperman)
13. "I Hope" feat. Charlie Puth (Gabby Barrett, Zach Kale, Jon Nite, Charlie Puth)
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