Making a Scene Presents an Interview with Josh Gallagher
Josh Gallagher writes songs destined to root themselves inside your brain and bring you back to the first moment you heard them every time you listen; he’s not just making music, he’s crafting memories.
Doggedly likeable and unashamedly himself, the Pennsylvania native has a ‘no-bullshit’ kind of charm, earning praise from the likes of Rolling Stone and CMT, along with some of country music’s greatest heroes. “This kid,” Garth Brooks said of Gallagher, “as soon as he opens his mouth — you believe him.”
In 2017, Josh Gallagher forced the world to rear its head on season 11 of NBC’s The Voice, making history as the first country artist coach Adam Levine has ever led to the show’s finale.
Since then, Josh Gallagher has proved he can hold his own on stage with Randy Houser, Eric Paslay, Lee Ann Womack, Cole Swindell and more. Gallagher’s video How ‘Bout You held the No. 1 spot on CMT’s 12-Pack Countdown for 5 consecutive weeks, where he was also spotlighted as a rising star through the network’s Artist Discovery initiative.
In a genre with blurred lines and pandering hits running on borrowed time, Josh Gallagher has established his own distinct voice, showing no sign of fading away quietly.
His debut project Josh Gallagher (EP) is what die-hard country fans all across the nation have been waiting for. The self-penned, 6 song saga of a man hell-bent on waving his honky tonk flag high, Josh Gallagher (EP) came to life alongside multi-Grammy winning producer Chad Carlson, whose previous clientele includes the likes of Taylor Swift and Alison Krauss.