Celebrities on Fire: April Rose Gabrielli

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April Rose Gabrielli is a recording star is on fire. Her debut single “Do You?” charted on Billboard’s Adult Contemporary list in record time as well as on all the LGBTQ charts. Featured in countless publications including Get Out Magazine, Vents, Hype, and The Metropolitan to name a few, ARG also played for a sold out crowd at the iconic Bitter End in New York City.

Signed exclusively to BMG publishing company and to Soho Records, she is about to release her next single in February. In the meanwhile she has been featured on the iconic kids show Wonderama several times as well as acting as New Year’s Eve correspondent live from Times Square on New Year’s Eve for Wonderama’s welcome to 2022.

Her song “Tameless” was chosen from hundreds to be the theme song for the film “Not the Science Type” which was premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. ARG was also showcased at the 9/11 Let Me Help, Inc Celebrity Benefit Gala Concert alongside Joey Belladonna from Anthrax, Felipe Rose from The Village People, actor Mario Van Peebles, Composer Randy Edelman, Sister Kim Sledge and many others.

With the explosion of her compound spirit, ARG is a mistress of her own destiny. She takes custody of her mind’s eye and instructs us to create something beautiful. She finds her own light and each spark ships and multiplies scattering her radiance on ordinary lives….

Watch the “Do You?” music video by April Rose Gabrielli here:

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