Gabbi Bolt 

Soul & Pop Singer/Songwriter


In October 2018 at the age of 22, Gabbi Bolt staked her claim as an artist to watch out for at a sold out concert in Bathurst NSW, to launch her first independent release.

Gabbi is a classically trained pianist and contemporary performer with over a decade of experience. Her long awaited first EP, Grey into Blue, bonds her solid musical background with her natural talent for pop songwriting.

Grey Into Blue brings to mind the sounds of Stevie Wonder, Carole King, Sara Bareilles and Adele, whilst retaining the humour, vocal clarity, and lyrical depth that is so uniquely Gabbi.


Gabbi has performed alongside local and international artists such as Wendy Matthews, Allensworth, Smith and Jones, Siobhan Miller and James Van Cooper. She has appeared regularly at Bathurst’s Inland Sea of Sound Festival sharing the stage with such luminaries as The Cat Empire and Deborah Conway.


In 2019, Gabbi contributed the opening track to the very successful Dreaming of a Green Christmas album for Lifeline drought relief in the Central West of NSW. She is currently writing and road testing new songs for her upcoming album and continues to perform at concerts and festivals across the country.


Gabbi has come a long way since her first appearance on stage at the age of 11. In February, she will once again take to the Inland Sea of Sound stage with her band, sharing the stage with Killing Heidi and childhood idol Missy Higgins.

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Gabbi released her debut E.P. Grey Into Blue in October 2018..

Gabbi also wrote and released the song Girl's Eyes to raise awareness and money in the fight against gendered violence.  

Proceeds go to the local women's shelter and the Full-stop Foundation.


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Press Quotes


CSU News

"Girls Eyes for Women’s Lives; CSU student Gabbi Bolt is making a difference with political music"

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The Western Advocate

"Grey Into Blue explores Ms Bolt’s palette of musical influences, ranging from rhythm and blues, to jazz and funk."


ABC Central West

"Musician empowers women in fight against sexism and domestic violence through song"

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(About track Holding On)

 "This is definitely a strut song. Bolt's voice is soulful and spunky, her lyricism is witty and quick - I love it all!"

— Nkechi Anele,

"Roots n All" presenter; Triple J

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