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John Gallager


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John Gallager

son of an erin pea

For forty years, John has been performing, either playing his guitar and/or singing folk music. He teamed up with his wife, June, to perform in a group called Pleasant Street. This very popular folk trio headlined at various restaurants, clubs, fair and colleges in the surrounding four state areas. Upon the break-up of the group, John and June returned to their Irish roots and began their Celtic musical journey. As such artists, they were selected to open for some pretty prestigious acts: Tom Paxton, Steve Gillette, Bob Gibson, Garnet Rogers, Bill Staines, David Mallett, Andy M. Stewart, John Flynn and Iain Matthews to name a few. “June and I founded Wilmington’s Folk Survivors organization,” John explains Additionally, John has a sound engineering company that has provided services to many nationally known folk musicians. “This expertise has proved invaluable when Peter VonGlahn is not available to set up the sound for the Peas,” Todd Breck interjected.