Called “a master of free verse” in the Boston Globe and “a star in the making” in the New York Post. PETER GALLWAY is a producer, songwriter, guitarist and singer who communicates humanity and passion through his rich, artful approach to making music.
"There's a weariness in Peter Gallway's vocal delivery, which underpinned by some expressive jazz-influenced instrumental work, is perfectly suited to his vividly evocative homage to his hometown, entitled Manhattan Nocturne. Beautifully understated, it's a personal yet accessible journey."
"These romantic and heartfelt songs together with Peter Gallway’s great voice remind me of Ron Sexsmith and the work of the late Warren Zevon. Let that be a great compliment.".
"Gallway wowed the full house with material from his eleven
recordings...After two sets of the finest in what can be done
with a guitar, a voice, and a heart, the audience was on its
feet and didn't want to let him go."
Windstorm here today, the kind of wind where
you just put your head down and close your eyes and walk into
it, so your song played in my mind and then on the stereo...
loving this record and wanted you to know... the songs, the
tremolo guitar, Kate's incredibly subtle and beautiful
supporting vocals, my friend Louise's wonderful voice, oh my...
the whole haunted thing...
"Gallway sees the world through seasoned eyes and delivers a
gritty look at American life from unexpected angles. This album
has given me hope for singer/songwriters in America. It’s that
"Gallway’s level of performance is eloquent proof of his many
years of hard work and dedication. The combination of his
masterful songwriting, vocals and guitar work…puts this
recording in rare company."
"The songs are strong [and] Gallway’s production concepts are
"This album is an impressive tour de force which few artists
would tackle at all, let alone bring to a successful
"Gallway demonstrated those rare gifts which so few artists
possess in abundance, including an easy, honest, natural rapport
with an audience and, most importantly, material that commands
"Stylistically, it's hard to classify singer/songwriter
Peter Gallway; his music veers from
sort-of-folk to sort-of-jazz-pop to
sort-of-lots-of-other-things, including a blue collar
observational lyrical style inspired by Raymond Carver."