Having spent many years traveling the world playing music, during which time he recorded two EPs and one full length album, all of which have never been released, "I was never in one place long enough to give them a proper release", Gallie has said.
"It's these years of being on the road and the people I've met, the experiences I've had, that all creep into the songs".
He finally managed to stay in one place long enough to record and release 'The Occoquan River' and it's this release that has seen Gallie garnish an evergrowing and devout following. In one week alone his video for the song 'Long May Your Days Be Gold' got over 30,000 views on facebook.
On the strength of this release Gallie has been selling out shows up and down the East coast and is set to return to Europe with dates planned for Ireland, England and France.
A natural storyteller, and gifted songwriter, every performance is different, sprinkled between the songs are stories about growing up in Dublin, his travels on the road, the people he has met, and the loves lost and found. The stories are sometimes comical, sometimes tragic but always heartfelt. It's this passion that Gallie brings to his performances and songwriting that will continue to bring him to an international stage, alluring listeners of all creeds to sit up and take notice.