March 22, 2023

Revolution Hall - with Los Lobos

Portland, OR


March 23, 2023

The Washington Center for the Performing Arts - with Los Lobos

Olympia, WA


March 24, 2023

Mount Baker Theatre - with Los Lobos

Bellingham, WA


April 15, 2023

The Andrew J. Brady Music Center - with Nickel Creek

Cincinnati, OH


April 17, 2023

Byham Theatre - with Nickel Creek

Pittsburgh, PA


April 18, 2023

College Street Music Hall - with Nickel Creek

New Haven, CT


April 20, 2023

Capitol Center for the Arts - with Nickel Creek

Concord, NH


April 21, 2023

State Theare - with Nickel Creek

Portland, ME


April 22, 2023

MGM Music Hall at Fenway - with Nickel Creek

Boston, MA


April 23, 2023

The Fillmore Philadelphia - with Nickel Creek

Philadelphia, PA


April 25, 2023

Avondale Brewing Company - with Nickel Creek

Birmingham, AL


April 27, 2023

Ryman Auditorium - with Nickel Creek *SOLD OUT

Nashville, TN


June 2, 2023

The Eastern - with Nickel Creek

Atlanta, GA


June 3, 2023

Peace Center Concert Hall - with Nickel Creek

Greenville, SC


June 6, 2023

E.J. Thomas Performing Arts Hall - with Nickel Creek

Akron, OH


June 8, 2023

venue TBA - with Nickel Creek

Grand Rapids, MI


June 9, 2023

The Salt Shed - with Nickel Creek

Chicago, IL


June 10, 2023

The Riverside Theater - with Nickel Creek

Milwaukee, WI


June 11, 2023

The Factory at The District - with Nickel Creek

Chesterfield, MO


June 13, 2023

Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts - with Nickel Creek

Kansas City, MO




Ilusión represents a high-water mark in a musical career that's never been predictable. It's one of the strongest statements I've heard from a musician who ignores boundaries and genre classifications to create a sound greater than the sum of its parts.

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Posada is sophisticated, ambitious and fun. It stands as an original in genre where retreading the tried and tired is the industry norm.

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Postales is a collection of images, experiences, memories and emotions made of songs. In effect, the twelve pieces of the new recording album are fond stories with daily voyage images.

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Illustrated Songs

Independent Release


Gaby's music comes from the heart and you can sense the absolute passion for her music on each song as she takes you in a journey back in time while she manages to keep you grounded in the present. Her voice is truly a pleasure to listen to.

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Still The Unknown

Independent Release


Her first major album produced independently.

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Maybe Today, Maybe Tomorrow

Hablo De

Across The Borderline

Y tu Sombra

O, Me


Se apagó

Ave que Emigra

Juegos y Miedos

Gaby Moreno

Since moving to Los Angeles from her native Guatemala, singer-songwriter-producer Gaby Moreno has released 5 albums, earned a Grammy nomination for her album, Illusion (Best Latin Pop Album, 2017), an Emmy nomination (for co-writing the "Parks & Recreation" theme song), and won a Latin Grammy (Best New Artist, 2013).  In 2006 she took the Grand Prize in the John Lennon Songwriting Contest, the first contestant in the Latin category to win Song of the Year (she’s now a judge). Gaby also sings the theme song and voices a character (Marlena) on the multi Emmy Award-winning Disney children’s television series, “Elena of Avalor,” which features Disney's first Latina princess.

Her moving version of “Cucurrucucú Paloma” was chosen to play at the end of the emotional  episode "God Bless America" for the last season of Netflix' original show, "Orange Is The New Black” .
Moreno has shared the international stage with pop music luminaries such as Bono, Andrea Boccelli, Tracy Chapman, Ani DiFranco, Punch Brothers, Hugh Laurie, Buena Vista Social Club, Calexico, David Gray and many more.  More recently, she has appeared on Live From Here (hosted by five-time Grammy winner/MacArthur Genius, Chris Thile).
Her new album "¡Spangled!" - a collaboration with american musician, songwriter and arranger, Van Dyke Parks - will be realeased on Oct. 4th through Nonesuch Records (Metamorfosis in Latin America).
The ten-song set celebrates the migration of song across the  Americas and spans more than a century, including a bolero from Panama, a  bossa nova from Brazil, and an elegiac ballad from the Southwest United States—Ry Cooder, John Hiatt, and Jim Dickinson's "Across the Borderline," performed with Cooder and Jackson Browne. The album also includes one of Moreno's own songs as well as the previously released track "The Immigrants"  by Trinidadian songwriter David Rudder.


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