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Gambling the Muse

Gambling the Muse

Folk / Americana Carrboro, NC  US


  • 2011

    Apr 1

    Chapel Hill, NC, US | 9:30pm

    From Aftermath to Exile CD release show

  • 2011

    Feb 4

    Chapel Hill, NC, US | 9:30pm
  • 2010

    Dec 17

    Chapel Hill, NC, US | 9:30pm
  • 2010

    Sep 30

    Chapel Hill, NC, US | 9:00pm
  • 2010

    Sep 26

    Carrboro, NC, US | 10:00pm

    GTM will be playing the last set of the night at The Station.


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  • TJ Johnson (Artist)
    TJ Johnson
    It's refreshing to search the local charts here and find so much awesome talent. You guys are great! Love the sound, lyrics, and overall feeling the music evokes. Thanks to reverbnation, i just found one of my favorite new artists in my own backyard. I'll have to catch a show soon. Thanks, TJ Check me out if you get a chance as i just joined and could use some props :)
  • Higher Vision ~ Yrral Mallik AKA Larry Gordon Killam (SOCAN)  ~ Songwriter (Artist)
    Higher Vision ~ Yrral Mallik AKA Larry Gordon Killam (SOCAN) ~ Songwriter
    Nickel And Dimed ~ Love it.Enjoyed the listen ever so much.Your R.N.Bro.~(;Yrral Mallik;)
    LOVE THIS!!!
  • Benny Strange (Artist)
    Benny Strange
    Cool sound! Just became your fan. We'd appreciate it if you could return the favor. All the best. ~Bennystrange www.reverbnation.com/bennystrange
  • SOLARE (Artist)
    this band is wonderful. do you guys know of a kindo of obscure band called radar bros. from LA, like a spacier country sound- y'all might like it. anyway, added you as a fav, hope you consider doing the same.-xtine
  • amor (Artist)
    hey check out some muzak and vids you might like them who knows



Bio: Gambling the Muse is the product of two North Carolina songwriters, Jason Butler and Daniel Snyder. Deeply influenced by the key themes and elements of regional folk, country and blues music—as well as the fiction of Flannery O’Connor—the resulting sound is one that evokes a not-too-distant past...See Full Bio

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“From loping lap steel ballads to Southern-hued twang, Gambling the Muse covers alt-country territory, aching in the fashion of The Band on tracks like the terrific "Nickel and Dimed" and offering shining harmony-abetted jangle on "All the Leaves."”

— Independent Weekly

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