Gabbie Rae is a rock singer born in New England, raised in Myrtle Beach, and who now calls Los Angeles home. She has been working professionally since age seven and performs all styles of music. Her musical inspirations include Eva Cassidy, Ronnie James Dio, Michael Sweet, and Steve Perry. At age 12, Gabbie Rae was signed to Antwan "Big Boi" Patton's Purple Ribbon Kidz Label. Her "Neverland" music video was featured on VH1′s Best Week Ever as well as Billboard and Rolling Stone. In 2011 she released "Don't Look Down" her official Anti-Bullying music video. She is an ambassador for Free2Luv.org.
|Birth name:||Gabriella Rae Trial|
|Born:||May 21, 1998|
|Origin:||Fall River, Massachusetts, United States|
|Occupation(s):||Recording artist, actress|
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About Gabbie Rae
Rock singer known for her singles "Scream" and "Neverland." She also released a music video in 2011 for the single "Don't Look Down," an anti-bullying song. In 2017, she began advocating for autism awareness.
She started performing at the age of seven.
She's promoted the anti-bullying group Free2Luv.
She grew up in New England with her brother and sister.
She performed a cover of Ronnie James Dio's "Rainbow in the Dark" with Patrick Kennison.
Information related to Gabbie Rae
- American child musicians
- Singers from Massachusetts