Gabby Barrett Acoustic “The Good Ones” with Cade Foehner (Video)

Watch Gabby Barrett perform an acoustic version of her single “The Good Ones.” The American Idol season 16 finalist is accompanied by her husband, and fellow Idol contestant Cade Foehner. Of course, the song is dedicated to Cade, whom she married in 2019.

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Gabby and Cade recently announced they are expecting a baby girl next year.

Xfinity will deliver  the first-time ACM Awards nominee’s song “The Good Ones” to Xfinity X1, Xfinity Flex, and other digital platforms beginning September 7. As previously announced, Gabby will also be performing her No. 1 song “I Hope” from Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium as part of the 55th Academy of Country Music Awards live from Nashville.

Xfinity customers can simply say “Academy of Country Music Awards” into their voice remote to access the performance and other ACM-related content, including an exclusive interview with Gabby, and more.

The 2020 ACM Awards will broadcast Wednesday Sept. 16 live from Nashville on CBS. The event was originally scheduled to air in April. But COVID-19 shutdowns forced a postponement. 

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1 Comment

  1. Her vocals are incredible as they have hit a peak the last year or so. She sure has seasoned since Idol. She’s learned how to control her voice. Love how this song is a mixture of country and a bit of soul. I actually think this song might be her favorite of hers. Hope it does even better than it already has which I think it’s doing decent on country radio. Cade’s backing and harmonies sounds solid on this and actually suits this song whereas some of their performances I see him as unnecessary

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