Gabe Burdulis is a singer-songwriter based out of Nashville, TN. His musical roots started in Madison, WI at the age of 12. Burdulis had played in multiple bands including playing guitar for “The Funky Drummer”, Clyde Stubblefield (James Brown) before graduating high school. He 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
Burdulis recorded his first full length record titled, “Youth City” in 2014 and since then, has toured the country playing iconic venues like the Bluebird Cafe and The Hotel Cafe, as well as sitting in with Grammy Winning band Los Lobos at The Ryman Auditorium, and playing the worlds largest music festival “Summerfest”.
His former duo “Future Stuff” caught the attention of Sheryl Crow when she attended his bands show at the City Winery in Nashville followed by a post on her social media saying “They blew me away! Check them out!!”. They toured most of 2017 with acclaimed guitar player and producer, Doyle Bramhall II (Eric Clapton) who went on to produced their full length record “For The Time Being” which came out in the summer of 2018 after their previous single quickly organically reached over 100,000 streams on Spotify .
Burdulis has recently shared the stage and opened for many different acts like The Fray, LAUV, John Oates, The Oakridge Boys, Wynona Judd and many other artist. Most recently he is coming off an Australian tour, playing solo shows and playing guitar for the Aussie Rock band “Park Ridge”. Burdulis has also been spending time writing, recording and producing, getting songs placed with Artists and in shows including his song “Warning Signs” which was recently in the highly anticipated Quibi Episode “The Stranger”.
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