Bryan Gallo is a Long Island based singer-songwriter and former front man of the band Attic Space. His songs are inspired by late nights in bars, the backseats of cars, and the pressures and consequences of living life romantically. Intrigued by both the sounds of alternative country-rock and wistful pop music he embarked on a solo career and began to pen songs that would be deeply personal but still readily accessible. Steeped in reflective heartache, the lexicon of Gallo’s lyrics stands as a testament to his raw talent as a musician while weaving a flush and relatable narrative.
He's opened for notable acts such as Steve Wynn of The Dream Syndicate fame and Bobby Bare Jr. Gallo's headlined The Patchogue Theater's Live In The Lobby series to much acclaim and has played many other storied venues across Long Island including The Homegrown Music Cafe, The Vail Leavitt Theater and the historic Guild Hall opening for The Kerry Kearney Band. Whether it be an intimate gig at a tavern or cafe or on a large stage setting under the lights, Bryan's words and melodies stick with audiences long after the show is over.