Barrett cites "Chapter & Verse," coming soon
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Barrett cites "Chapter & Verse," coming soon

Friday, November 10, 2023 – Gabby Barrett sophomore album, "Chapter & Verse," drops Feb. 2, 2024, she announced today.

Her most autobiographical work to date, "Chapter & Verse" will follow the 23-year-old hitmaker's PLATINUM debut "Goldmine."

Barrett released the song, "Growin' Up Raising You," today.

The Pennsylvania native has had hits with "I Hope," "Good Ones" and "Pick Me Up."

On the upcoming release, Barrett co-produced and co-wrote "Glory Days," her current single and "Cowboy Back."

Married to her guitarist, Cade Foehner, Barrett has two children with her third baby due early next year. Tthe album's title refers to the chapters and verses within each book of the Bible, as well as the still-unfolding chapters in her marriage, family, career and overall journey through life.

Written by Barrett, Jon Nite, Zach Kale and Jimmy Robbins, the slow-burning ballad details all the fear and hope of new motherhood, with Barrett singing, "We'll get it wrong, we'll get it right / Whole lotta tears we'll both have to cry / You'll learn to run, I'll learn to let go / Years will go fast, nights will go slow / Lord knows the best thing that I'll ever do / Will be growin' up raising you."

"'Growin' Up Raising You' is a very sensitive song for me," said Barrett. "I'm only 23. I don't have all the answers to everything, and I haven't gotten everything figured out. I'm doing the best that I can while trying to raise other people to be the best people they can be. I feel so blessed to be able to have three little lives that I can help to flourish while I'm also trying to figure out life myself."

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CD review - Chapter & Verse Gabby Barrett's sophomore album ''Chapter and Verse" has a lot of material she can draw from as a mother of three, and the importance of family and faith pervades the album. She enlisted some of music city's best songwriting talent in in the form of Ross Copperman and Hillary Lindsey. The opening track "The "Chapter" is a bouncy number that is indicative of the collection sonically as she realizes life is a series of stages to be navigated. ...

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