Gabbie McGee’s voice is as rich as the Mississippi Delta soil she proudly calls home! Currently residing in Atlanta, GA for the last 15 years, Gabbie has been honing her skills as a vocalist and building her resume as a music industry professional.
With two successful independent albums under her belt (Certified Soul, 2005 & Mississippi's Daughter, 2010), BMI Independent Songwriter’s Recognition for her song "Mississippi's Daughter", The 2014 Belk Modern Southern Music Award, the 2014 Mississippi Arts Council Artist of Year Award, a cameo appearance in the 2015 Emmy Award Winning HBO feature film "Bessie" starring Recoding Artist and Star of Stage and Screen Queen Latifah, Gabbie McGee is earning her place among this generation's young Jazz elite! Building her career by using the blueprint of Jazz heroines Dianne Reeves and fellow Mississippian Cassandra Wilson, Gabbie embarked on her first independent tour this summer (2015); placing her in front of thousands of jazz enthusiast and landing her on historic stages like the E.E. Bass Auditorium in her hometown of Greenville, Mississippi, The Biltmore Estates in Asheville, North Carolina, The Historic 4th Street Jazz Festival in Birmingham, Alabama, the Los Angeles, California Jazz & Art Festival and the famed Blues Alley Jazz Club in Washington, D.C.
Heralded by Talkshow Host, Author and Celebrated Comedian Steve Harvey as one of the best singer to ever stand on his stage, listeners, fans and followers appreciate Gabbie’s fresh take on jazz standards as well the passionate approach she takes in presenting her original works.
“My wife wears a lot of hats and with the help of the good Lord she wears them all well. She proudly showcases her love for our marriage, our family and the work we do together in music – she’s an amazing woman. I often tell people, to be moved by her voice, to find pieces of yourself within the lyrics of her songs… these things only ignite the infatuation. But to see her live, to witness her shed tears of joy & pain as she sings, to connect with her when she laughs and flashes that gorgeous smile – that is where the true love affair with Gabbie McGee begins. You have to see her. You have to see her do what she was born to do.”
-George Kelly, Jr.