April Rose Gabrielli

April Rose Gabrielli is a writer, producer & artist from NYC who indulges in singing, screaming & writing emotional, aggressively mid-tempo pop & rock music. She was diagnosed with Epilepsy in 2020 & then signed her publishing deal with BMG from a hospital bed. Weeks later her debut single was #24 on Billboard. She is delighted to share songs from her debut LP expected in 2022 in good health & gratitude.

April Rose Gabrielli is a Billboard charting alternative-rock/pop singer, songwriter, producer & pianist. Currently, April has over one million combined streams in co-writing & production credits. In early 2021, April signed an exclusive music publishing deal with BMG Rights Management and a record deal with Soho Records NYC to launch her solo music career. She was also made an official artist of Casio Music Gear, AWAL & Avantone Pro Audio shortly after. Her highly anticipated follow up single “Bad Habit (Don’t Make Me Bad)” is set for release on February 18, 2022. In July of 2021, her debut single “Do You?” reached #1 on the DRT Global Top 150 Independent Airplay Charts, #24 on the Billboard A/C chart and #69 on DRT Global Top 200 Airplay Charts. “Do You?” additionally received an official nomination for “Best Pop Song” at the 2021 Hollywood Music in Media Awards. Shortly after, April’s music video for “Do You?” was added to MTV’s “MTV U” & “Brand Spankin’ New” video rotation and won “Best Music Video” at the 2021 Female Voices Rock film festival. Most recently, April co-hosted a 2022 New Years Eve celebration in Times Square as well as performed in Times Square NYC in an event hosted by David Osmond. Other credits include: headlining NYC’s 2021 9/11 Benefit Gala Concert featuring Joey Belladonna (Anthrax), Kim Sledge, Randy Edelman, DRMAGDN & more. As well as performances with “Let Me Help Foundation” & #IAmNoJoke anti-bullying campaign featuring: Sir Patrick Stewart, Ozzy Osbourne, Rick Wakeman, Julian Lennon & Lights. April has toured the US & Canada having opened for artists such as: Andy Black, The Faim, KULICK & The Spill Canvas. April was chosen to write and produce the title track for “Not The Science Type” a series that made its debut at NYC’s 2021 Tribeca Film Festival. While pursuing her Business Degree, she was named 1 of 110 “Students to Watch in The Entertainment Industry” by Variety Magazine and has additional press mentions in: NPR, Rock Sound, Unclear Magazine, SheBops, Medium & Substream Magazine. April continues to grow a loyal band of fans who revel in a creative, fresh, authentic approach to music and performance.