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|Born||August 5, 1988|
Natural Dam, Arkansas
|Citizenship||United States of America|
Gabrielle Mooney (born August 5, 1988) is an American country singer-songwriter from Natural Dam, Arkansas. She has two siblings: a sister, Erica, and brother, Shay, of country-pop duo Dan + Shay.
Gabrielle Mooney was raised in Natural Dam, Arkansas. Her parents are farmers, and she grew up performing in the family band alongside her siblings, parents, and grandparents in church. After becoming drawn to rock, punk, and emo music, she joined a Southern rock|Southern Rock band as a teenager. She then moved to Nashville to pursue country music.
Gabrielle moved to Nashville, Tennessee|Nashville and began writing country music, saying that she is most drawn to the storytelling aspects of the genre. Throughout her career, she has worked with Grammy Award|Grammy-winning writer and producer Shane McAnally, Jeffrey Steele, and singer Walker Hayes, and co-wrote Hayes' 2018 single “90's Country|90’s Country.” She cites Tim McGraw, Kenny Chesney, Shania Twain, and Faith Hill as some of her influences.
In 2020, Mooney released her self-written debut single, "Come On In."
In the media
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 Feld, Karina Michel (2020-10-01). "Rising Music Star Gabrielle Mooney: My heart is towards young foster kids; I'd like to inspire a…". Medium. Retrieved 2020-10-21.
- ↑ Ellwood-Hughes, Pip. "Interview: Gabrielle Mooney talks about the inspiration behind her single 'Come On In'". Retrieved 2020-10-21.
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