Gabe Burdulis, is a singer-songwriter, guitarist and producer based out of Nashville. After years of traveling and releasing music as a solo artist, The Madison, WI native has recently hit the road touring the world as a guitar player and musical director for rising country star Brittney Spencer. They’ve spent the last few years on the road with artists like Willie Nelson, Reba, Brandi Carlile and Maren Morris, playing stages from the Ryman Auditorium and the Grand Ole Opry to the 02 Arena in London.

Burdulis has supported many other artists as a sideman including playing “The Today Show” in New York City with pop-country artist Brooke Eden and performing with Micah Nelson aka “Particle Kid” at Farm Aid.

When not on the road Burdulis is working in Nashville writing songs, collaborating and producing music. He’s had songs featured in television shows like “The young and the restless”.

Burdulis started writing and playing music at the age of 12 and began playing in bands of all genres in high school. Among many he got to perform regularly with the late Clyde Stubblefield “The funky drummer”.

Before leaving the midwest Burdulis had already played main stages at “Summerfest” (the worlds largest music festival), was awarded as a two-time recipient of the “Les Paul Launchpad Award” and received over ten “Madison Area Music Awards”.

Burdulis went on to record and self-produce his first full length record titled, “Youth City” in 2014 after moving to Nashville and then toured with his duo opening for Los Lobos and working acclaimed guitarist Doyle Bramhall II who produced their record “For The Time Being” after getting tens of thousands of organic stream on Spotify.

Since then Burdulis has shed his craft and put in his hours playing over 300 shows per year, writing hundreds of songs and spending countless hours in his home studio.

QUOTE: “Gabe’s music has the acoustic pop power of an Ed Sheeran song with better guitar playing and a bit more country thrown into the mix. There’s something in the subtle finger pickings and vocal flourishes that wears both his Midwest roots and his new southern home proudly. Despite his songwriting power, Gabe doesn’t let his ego get in the way; he is an incredibly sympathetic songwriter, with songs about his grandmother and the failings of the modern dating age.” – Daytrotter