In an age of constant noise and busyness, Gabi DiPace reminds us of a widely forgotten truth. Beauty surrounds us every day we just have to open our eyes to see it. Her soaring voice and free-spirited lyrics dare listeners to dream bigger, laugh louder and dive deeper into life.
As an adventurous 20-something, Gabi’s carefree youthfulness permeates her music, yet her experience caring for at-risk children in South East Asia and advocating for victims of human trafficking in the U.S. have given her wisdom beyond her years. She has a volume of stories to tell, and on her latest EP “Bring Me Back To Wonder,” these stories come to life with layers of melody and danceable beats.
“I see You God in the oddest places. I see your smile in old wrinkled faces. I see Your grace in criminal eyes,” she sings on her new track “Beat of My Heart,” revealing her unique perspective.
Gabi’s style blends the sunny vibes of her hometown West Palm Beach, FL with the seasonal tones of her current residence Nashville, TN. While some of her tracks flow with laid-back attitude and innocent joy, others confront life’s deepest sorrows and honestly reflect the pain of poverty, confusion and relational brokenness. This is perhaps Gabi’s greatest strength. Her faith allows her to find purpose in both the good and bad times of life, and through raw lyrics and organic composition, she inspires listeners to do the same.
"When people hear my music I want them to feel hope and find healing. I want it to be as honest as a journal."
Gabi has performed with renowned artists such as Britt Nicole, Audrey Assad, Phil Stacey, Tenth Avenue North, Phillip Larue, and The Band Cadence. While her vocals are supported by a wide range of instruments at live shows, Gabi also loves playing in intimate settings with nothing more than a piano or a ukelele. She is currently touring the U.S. and treats every show as a unique opportunity to share joy and celebrate life.
“My heart is to make fun music that also inspires. I want to move people to live abundant, meaningful lives.”