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  • March 6, 2019

    Gaby Moreno begins a six-city tour of Australia with two performances at The Fyrefly in St Kilda, Victoria, on Thursday and Friday. The tour continues with three sets at the Port Fairy Folk Festival in Victoria and concerts in Adelaide, Sydney, Gold Coast, and Brisbane.

  • January 28, 2019

    Gaby Moreno once again sat in with the band on public radio's Live From Here with Chris Thile from Chicago this past weekend, joining Thile and guest Jason Isbell on vocals for a number of songs. She also performed a new song called "Nobody's Wrong," which you can watch here.

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  • "The immigrants are here to stay, to help build America
    The immigrants ain't going nowhere, they're here for America
    Fighting for a better life, fighting through the grunge
    America remember Ellis Island, we all came here to take the plunge
    I hope you understand it."

    Guatemalan-born singer-songwriter Gaby Moreno and American musician, songwriter, arranger, and producer Van Dyke Parks mark the United States' Independence Day holiday with the release of their heartfelt interpretation of David Rudder's "The Immigrants" on July 3, 2018. Rudder, a renowned Trinidadian Calypso artist, wrote the song twenty years ago in response to the horrifying attack by New York police officers on the Haitian immigrant Abner Louima. The song speaks, as much today as in 1998, to the harsh treatment of immigrants while also celebrating their contributions to America, and their admiration of the ideals upon which the nation was founded.

    "The Immigrants" may be purchased from the Nonesuch Store, iTunes, and Amazon, and streamed at YouTube, Apple Music, and Spotify. Proceeds will be donated to the Central American Resource Center of California (CARECEN), a community-based, nonprofit organization whose mission is to empower Central Americans and all immigrants by defending human and civil rights, working for social and economic justice, and promoting cultural diversity.

    "I am a Guatemalan immigrant. This country welcomed me eighteen years ago. It breaks my heart to see the events taking place at the border right now. We all deserve to be treated with respect and dignity and to be received into this country with more love and empathy," Moreno says "The song 'The Immigrants' was written by a wonderful artist from Trinidad named David Rudder and was brought to my attention by the brilliant Van Dyke Parks, who has arranged this piece with such passion and grace. It's a powerful message of courage, love and faith that resonates to this day and should be spread wide across the entire nation and beyond. We all share the same dreams and we came here to fulfill them and to prosper, together."

    Parks adds: "When I was offered a concert at Denmark's Roskilde fest in 2010, I saw that immigration would become a central issue in the USA, and felt this anthemic tune could entertain as well as inform—and change hearts—and I asked Gaby to join me. 'The Immigrants' has a political punch, while also being joyful and underscoring how our culture is refreshed by immigrants like Gaby, and how those who arrive here can really redefine, and help build America. As Phil Ochs observed 'In such ugly times, the only true protest is beauty.'"

    Moreno and Parks originally recorded "The Immigrants" for inclusion on a collaborative album to be released this fall. They opted to put this song out early in order to voice their support for those caught in the current immigration crises.

Gaby Moreno

Tour

Fri, May 24
Houston, TX
Revention Music Center
Fri, May 24
Houston, TX
Revention Music Center
Sat, May 25
Austin, TX
Austin City Limits Live at The Moody Theater
Sat, May 25
Austin, TX
Austin City Limits Live at The Moody Theater
Sun, May 26
Grand Prairie, TX
The Theatre at Grand Prairie
Sun, May 26
Grand Prairie, TX
The Theatre at Grand Prairie
Tue, May 28
Atlanta, GA
Coca-Cola Roxy
Tue, May 28
Atlanta, GA
Coca-Cola Roxy
Thu, May 30
Washington, DC
The Anthem
Thu, May 30
Washington, DC
The Anthem
Fri, May 31
Philadelphia, PA
The Met Philadelphia
Fri, May 31
Philadelphia, PA
The Met Philadelphia
Sat, Jun 1
Boston, MA
Wang Theatre, Boch Center
Sat, Jun 1
Boston, MA
Wang Theatre, Boch Center
Tue, Jun 4
New York, NY
Beacon Theatre
Tue, Jun 4
New York, NY
Beacon Theatre
Wed, Jun 5
Red Bank, NJ
Count Basie Center
Wed, Jun 5
Red Bank, NJ
Count Basie Center
Fri, Jun 7
Toronto, ON
Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
Fri, Jun 7
Toronto, ON
Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
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Guatemalan-born singer-songwriter Gaby Moreno and American musician, songwriter, arranger, and producer Van Dyke Parks offer their heartfelt interpretation of Trinidadian artist David Rudder's 1998 song "The Immigrants." "It's a powerful message of courage, love and faith that resonates to this day and should be spread wide across the entire nation and beyond," says Moreno. "We all share the same dreams, and we came here to fulfill them and to prosper, together." Parks adds: "'The Immigrants' has a political punch, while also being joyful and underscoring how our culture is refreshed by immigrants like Gaby, and how those who arrive here can really redefine, and help build America." Proceeds will be donated to CARECEN, which empowers Central Americans and all immigrants by defending human and civil rights, working for social and economic justice, and promoting cultural diversity.

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"The immigrants are here to stay, to help build America
The immigrants ain't going nowhere, they're here for America
Fighting for a better life, fighting through the grunge
America remember Ellis Island, we all came here to take the plunge
I hope you understand it."

Guatemalan-born singer-songwriter Gaby Moreno and American musician, songwriter, arranger, and producer Van Dyke Parks mark the United States' Independence Day holiday with the release of their heartfelt interpretation of David Rudder's "The Immigrants" on July 3, 2018. Rudder, a renowned Trinidadian Calypso artist, wrote the song twenty years ago in response to the horrifying attack by New York police officers on the Haitian immigrant Abner Louima. The song speaks, as much today as in 1998, to the harsh treatment of immigrants while also celebrating their contributions to America, and their admiration of the ideals upon which the nation was founded.

"The Immigrants" may be purchased from the Nonesuch Store, iTunes, and Amazon, and streamed at YouTube, Apple Music, and Spotify. Proceeds will be donated to the Central American Resource Center of California (CARECEN), a community-based, nonprofit organization whose mission is to empower Central Americans and all immigrants by defending human and civil rights, working for social and economic justice, and promoting cultural diversity.

"I am a Guatemalan immigrant. This country welcomed me eighteen years ago. It breaks my heart to see the events taking place at the border right now. We all deserve to be treated with respect and dignity and to be received into this country with more love and empathy," Moreno says "The song 'The Immigrants' was written by a wonderful artist from Trinidad named David Rudder and was brought to my attention by the brilliant Van Dyke Parks, who has arranged this piece with such passion and grace. It's a powerful message of courage, love and faith that resonates to this day and should be spread wide across the entire nation and beyond. We all share the same dreams and we came here to fulfill them and to prosper, together."

Parks adds: "When I was offered a concert at Denmark's Roskilde fest in 2010, I saw that immigration would become a central issue in the USA, and felt this anthemic tune could entertain as well as inform—and change hearts—and I asked Gaby to join me. 'The Immigrants' has a political punch, while also being joyful and underscoring how our culture is refreshed by immigrants like Gaby, and how those who arrive here can really redefine, and help build America. As Phil Ochs observed 'In such ugly times, the only true protest is beauty.'"

Moreno and Parks originally recorded "The Immigrants" for inclusion on a collaborative album to be released this fall. They opted to put this song out early in order to voice their support for those caught in the current immigration crises.

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Tour

Fri, May 24
Houston, TX
Revention Music Center
Fri, May 24
Houston, TX
Revention Music Center
Sat, May 25
Austin, TX
Austin City Limits Live at The Moody Theater
Sat, May 25
Austin, TX
Austin City Limits Live at The Moody Theater
Sun, May 26
Grand Prairie, TX
The Theatre at Grand Prairie
Sun, May 26
Grand Prairie, TX
The Theatre at Grand Prairie
Tue, May 28
Atlanta, GA
Coca-Cola Roxy
Tue, May 28
Atlanta, GA
Coca-Cola Roxy
Thu, May 30
Washington, DC
The Anthem
Thu, May 30
Washington, DC
The Anthem
Fri, May 31
Philadelphia, PA
The Met Philadelphia
Fri, May 31
Philadelphia, PA
The Met Philadelphia
Sat, Jun 1
Boston, MA
Wang Theatre, Boch Center
Sat, Jun 1
Boston, MA
Wang Theatre, Boch Center
Tue, Jun 4
New York, NY
Beacon Theatre
Tue, Jun 4
New York, NY
Beacon Theatre
Wed, Jun 5
Red Bank, NJ
Count Basie Center
Wed, Jun 5
Red Bank, NJ
Count Basie Center
Fri, Jun 7
Toronto, ON
Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
Fri, Jun 7
Toronto, ON
Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
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