A quick look at the tracklist of Gabby Barrett’s next luxury edition of her album released in June 2020 Gold mine Not only does it include an acoustic version of her 18 month old single “The Good Ones”, but also includes Barrett’s version of Dolly Parton’s legendary 1974 single “I Will Always Love You”. While the former is inspired by many requests from her fans for a simplified interpretation to use at their weddings, the latter is inspired by something much deeper.
âI did it ‘I’ll always love you’ because I love Dolly Parton,â she recently told Audacy Country. âHe’s someone I absolutely love and who inspired me in so many ways. [As well], I still like singing songs that seemed a little harder just to challenge myself and I did it more Whitney Houston style, âshe adds, dropping the legendary singer’s version of the song. R & B for the 1992 film The bodyguard. The Houston Take spent 14 weeks, a record-breaking at the time, at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, making it one of the best-selling singles of all time and the best-selling single by any one. woman in the history of music.
When it comes to iconic tracks, Barrett’s 2019 debut single âI Hopeâ had its own levels of epic success. Quintuple platinum record, it was the best-selling country song of 2020 in the United States. Additionally, he spent 20 weeks atop Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart, making Barrett the first female solo artist to achieve that level of longevity besides the countdown. Additionally, it reached No. 1 on the Country Streaming Songs chart, making Barrett the first woman to score a number 1 with her first single in that Billboard chart.