3D Beats and King Dice Spit a Flow for The Cypher Effect

Check out 3D Beats and King Dice as they spit among some of the Inland Empire's dopest emcees. Os One, 2 Comma Kid, and Matisse Marie join them in this cypher and will be also rocking with them at the 2014 D.I.Y. Music and Fashion Festival.

Travis Miller featured in The Press-Enterprise Newspaper again!

Royal Gambling Club's resident acoustic legend in the making was featured in the Inland Empire's Press-Enterprise newspaper today. Vanessa Franko wrote:

Travis Miller found salvation in a guitar.

The Riverside musician was “a bad teen doing bad teenager stuff,” when his grandfather introduced him to the instrument, guiding him down a different path than the dark one he was on.

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Travis Miller does the Hey Riverside! Podcast

Episode 16 of Hey Riverside! with Ralph Torres featured RGC's Travis Miller! Get to know Travis Miller a little better in this amazing interview. Thanks Hey Riverside!

Travis Miller Releases His Debut Single "You Are"

Travis Miller's Royal Gambling Club debut is fast approaching. Building anticipation for his first album he is happy to present his first single from the upcoming album Crossroads; You Are. 

Royal Gambling Club does The G Show

Royal Gambling Club was honored to have recently been featured on Riverside's "The G Show". Being the first hip-hop act featured on the show they were aiming to set a precedence for all I.E. based hip-hop. Check out the episode below and LIKE The G Show on Facebook by clicking HERE.

Travis Miller Featured in the Press-Enterprise Newspaper!

Royal Gambling Club Music Group's resident crooner, Travis Miller, had the esteemed pleasure of being featured in the Inland Empire's "go to" paper; The Press Enterprise. Check it out and follow Travis Miller's social networks:


Royal Gambling Club Music Group Welcomes Travis Miller!

It is with RGCMG's esteemed pleasure that we welcome Travis Miller to the family. Travis spent a good portion of his youth growing up in the cities of Fullerton and Riverside, California. In 2008 Miller was given his first guitar by his grandfather, who had been playing for over 40 years. Travis took his new found love for music and dove into it with everything he had. After playing the guitar for a couple years he began to experiment with singing and even eventually added rap into his unique sound. It wasn't long before his bluesy vocals were joined by instruments like piano and bass guitar. He was slowly crafting the unique experience his music would eventually evolve into. Check out some of his singing with his latest episode's Riverside Under Cover below.

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