Gabby Barrett’s ‘The Good Ones’ Was Inspired By Cade Foehner

As her vengeful debut single, “I Hope” continues to climb the charts at country radio, rising star Gabby Barrett is giving fans another taste of her new music with the release of “The Good Ones.”

The romantic track and its sweet lyrics were inspired by Barrett’s relationship with her fiancé Cade Foehner, whom she initially met on the set of American Idol.

“When people ask me about Cade, how he’s doing or how we’re doing, I always end up saying, “oh he’s great, he’s a keeper, he’s a good one.” That’s where the song came from – appreciating what I’ve got and what he means to me,” Barrett, 19, shares of the song.

“The Good Ones” was co-written by Barrett alongside Emily Landis, Jim McCormick and Zachary Kale, “The Good Ones,” It’s available everywhere now.

Cade Foehner and Gabby Barrett; Photo by Andrew Wendowski
Cade Foehner and Gabby Barrett; Photo by Andrew Wendowski

After getting engaged in March, the American Idol alum is currently in full-on wedding planning mode. She recently opened up to Country Now about the planning process, admitting, “Pinterest is my best friend right now.”

While planning their big day is exciting, it is proving to be a bit difficult due to their respective touring schedules.

“It is so unbelievably helpful that he is also an artist,” Barrett shared with us. “I’m fortunate to have his support and understanding because he knows how it goes…he’s traveling and doing the same thing.”

For more with Gabby Barrett, including details on her musical upbringing, click HERE.

Fans can catch Barrett on the road playing fairs and festivals throughout the summer.

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