Gabrielle Mooney has been busy, after releasing her hit single and music video for, “Come On In.” Not only that, she was also featured on “Fire Love,” with Yacht Money. Gabrielle is the older sister of Shay Mooney, from Country/Pop Duo Dan + Shay. Looks like Shay isn’t the only musician in the family, which is pretty amazing. Gabrielle is back with a new single, “Pray For You.”
Gabrielle recently chatted with Wide Open Country about the new single. “I wrote ‘Pray For You’ in Nashville one day when Jimmie Deeghan and Zach Lockwood were messing around with a cool riff in our write. It was inspired by real moments in my life, and the words just came flowing out. There was a guy I was dating from near my hometown. I was in a band at the time, and he hated it. Finally one day on his front porch, he said I had to choose between him and music. I left that day and never came back. Come to find out, while we were together he was also seeing his ex. This song is about dealing with what I went through but also empathizing with what she went through.”
“Pray For You,” has such a cool sound to it. Brings me back to 90’s Country, which is my all time favorite. Gabrielle’s voice sounds absolutely stunning in this new single. She has a powerful voice, which is showcased throughout the song. Her range is pretty remarkable. She even manages to capture the emotion of the song, which is admirable in the music industry nowadays. This is one of those songs that you will have on repeat.
In addition to music, she also helped launch a new business called 3rd Eye High. Founded by Mahja Sulemanjee, Tara Joseph, Sydni Joseph, and Gabrielle Mooney, 3rd Eye High is a Nashville-based, subscription box company focusing on women’s health, wellness, beauty, and lifestyle.
Jerrett Franklin grew up in a small town. He moved to Nashville to pursue a music career. After writing for a few different artists in the area, he decided to branch out and give local music the spotlight. That is where the idea for Music On The Rox originated from. We are dedicated to shining a light on local music and giving a voice to those who aren’t being heard.