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April Rose Gabrielli’s Single “Do You!” Wins An Akademia Music Award, Gets Nominated for an HMMA Award and Gets Chosen As Official Selection Of The “Female Voices Rock” Film Festival

April Rose Gabrielli’s new single “Do You?” is racking up prestigious nominations and awards all over the United States.  “Do You?” is released on SohoJohnny’s Soho Records and Sony AWAL.  “Do You?” was chosen as an official selection of the “Female Voices Rock” Film Festival taking place December 1-5, 2021 (an …
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