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16 year old Gabbie Rae is a fast rising rock vocal prodigy artist living in Los Angeles with plans to take over today’s rock world. A child of '80s rock loving, musician parents, Gabbie Rae first took the stage at age 7 at the famous JR’s Fastlane in Providence RI. She's been rocking the world professionally ever since. At age 12, she was already featured on VH-1’s "Best Week Ever", Billboard.com, and Rollingstone.com. Her wide range of musical influences includes Queensrÿche, Stryper, Jeff Scott Soto, and Ronnie James Dio. In fact, her recent acoustic cover video release on YouTube of the classic Dio’s “Rainbow in the Dark” received huge props by the Official Dio Foundation, and is creating quite a buzz throughout social media, various rock publications, and radio stations. When Gabbie Rae arrived in L.A. earlier this year, she crossed paths with an industry executive in the rock world who introduced her to Sony/Columbia recording artist/singer/songwriter Patrick Kennison (The Union Underground, Heaven Below), with whom she is currently collaborating with. Patrick's songwriting and musical creativity have inspired Gabbie Rae, and it's only a matter of time before she takes the rock world by storm. In the words of Michael Sweet (Stryper), “Gabbie Rae not only has the voice and talent to reach the masses, but she has the spirit and personality to back it up. Gabbie Rae is a unique blend of the gifted ability to sing any style song, with the heart and emotion of a legendary performer.”


Gabbie Rae is proud to use her gift to share love and awareness. In 2011 she released “Don’t Look Down” her Official Anti-Bullying Music Video and works hard every day to end bullying specifically against those with special needs. She is an Ambassador for Free2Luv.org – helping to make a difference each day.



'Scream' & 'This Is Not The End': http://www.reverbnation.com/gabbierae/songs






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  • 3 months later...

So cool to see young artists doin' the rock thing! I liked it!

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