Now living in Nashville, TN, Gabe Burdulis is a full time musician originally from Madison, WI. He works as a songwriter, sideman for other artists, plays solo with his own band as well as producer for recordings.
How can we help you right now?
Buying merchandise / CD’s, tuning into live streams and listening to the music. We don’t know the future of live performing, but of course coming out to shows again when its safe!
Where are some of the places you’d normally be playing at, if this pandemic was not currently happening?
I play weekly in Nashville at a few different venues with multiple artists. Rippys on Broadway with Chris Hudson on Sundays, Nash House with Francelle on Thursdays, and had a Midwest tour starting to line up where I would have been at the terrace in Madison, WI and Summerfest in Milwaukee.
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Gabe Burdulis is a singer-songwriter based out of Nashville, TN. His roots began in Madison, WI playing professionally since the age of 14 he started playing in multiple bands locally including playing guitar for “The Funky Drummer” Clyde Stubblefield (James Brown). Burdulis had already become a two-time recipient of the “Les Paul Launchpad Award” and won over ten “Madison Area Music Awards” before moving to Nashville at the age of 18. He has since then released 5 solo records and recorded on numerous projects for other artists as well as being an accomplished songwriter. He has played iconic venues like the Bluebird Cafe and The Ryman Auditorium, and even caught the attention of superstars like Sheryl Crow when she attended his bands show at the City Winery. Burdulis has toured heavily as a solo artist including performing annually on main stages at the world’s largest music festival “Summerfest” and has recently opened for many major acts like The Fray, LAUV, Mark Chesnutt, Wynona Judd and the Oak Ridge Boys. He spent most of 2017 on the road with his duo folk, Future Stuff, opening for acclaimed guitarist, Doyle Bramhall II and Los Lobos. He as also spent a lot of time on the road as a side performer and musical director for many artist including Ali Morgan (who just finished a national tour opening for 80’s pop star, Tiffany) and Francelle (who recently toured opening up for Alan Jackson). Burdulis will have a song called “Warning Signs” on new highly anticipated Quibi show called “The Stranger” and is currently producing an EP for hit songwriter, Mark Elliott.
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