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BBC Introducing meets... Gabrielle Aplin

Dan Lucas Dan Lucas | 15:30 UK time, Monday, 4 October 2010

Gabrielle Aplin

 

It's not everyday a 17-year-old girl from Bath manages to land herself a UK tour and release her own EP without the help of a record label. But you only have to look at the number of YouTube hits when you type in Gabrielle Aplin to know she's obviously doing something right.

Although very modest and down to earth, Gabrielle Aplin is already starting to sample a small slice of the rock n' roll lifestyle. She landed herself a pretty impressive photo shoot with world-renowned photographer Rankin and is embarking on a UK tour from Nov 21st - Dec 3rd playing in Cardiff, Brighton, Oxford, Leeds, London, Newcastle and Glasgow.

There’s no doubt Gabrielle has a beautiful voice and a talent for song writing, but one of the strongest tools in her arsenal has been the internet, which has perhaps played the most important role in Gabrielle’s success over the past year.

Here's her story, and her new track, Mountains:

 

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Gabrielle already has history with BBC Introducing; she uploaded her track Reverse to us in March 2010, and as a result was invited to perform a session on her local BBC Introducing show on BBC Wiltshire in July.

If, like us and thousands more, you've been following Gabrielle's progress on YouTube, don't worry! She assures us there will be plenty more home-made videos from her bathroom and beyond!


Links

http://gabrielleaplin.co.uk/

http://www.youtube.com/gaberrz

http://www.myspace.com/gabrielleaplin

Comments

  • Comment number 1.

    A great young musician with a superb voice; having been lucky enough to see her perform during her first headline tour in September her composure, behind either guitar or keyboard belies her youth.
    Certainly a name to watch in years to come.

 

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