There is nothing quite like the hometown fan base, and I can depend on them to get a little bit wild, a whole lot rowdy, and always be rockin' country.
Nashville, TN (PRWEB) January 31, 2014
Country music artist Ben Gallaher released his first music video of his latest single, "Last Train," on January 22, 2014 to an enthusiastic Pennsylvania fan base.
“When I was invited to play my hometown venue, Buck Wild’s, on New Year’s Eve, I knew that the chemistry would be perfect to record a music video. There is nothing quite like the hometown fan base, and I can depend on them to get a little bit wild, a whole lot rowdy, and always be rockin' country,” says Gallaher, a senior at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee.
Featured on CountryFed.com and YouTube, “Last Train” is a spirited story of a relationship that’s “not coming back around.” Full Speed Ahead (#FSA) defines Gallaher as he continues his second tour.
Gallaher brings contagious country energy to the stage with a flair for connecting with his audience. He recently opened the 98th Annual Pennsylvania Farm Show--the largest indoor agricultural show in the United States--with a concert sponsored by The Patriot-News and PennLive. In December 2013, he completed his third Barbed Tour which included concerts at seven Pennsylvania state correctional institutions. In September 2012, Gallaher won Snagajob’s Hourly Gig Contest, a national talent contest, and was chosen among 600 entrants to open for country music star Brantley Gilbert in Richmond, Virginia.
A native of Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, Gallaher is an avid outdoorsman and an Eagle Scout.
To hear Gallaher live, his upcoming tour dates include:
February 1: Nash Vegas - Columbia, MO
February 14: The PourHouse - Parkersburg, WV
February 15: The PourHouse - Parkersburg, WV
February 22: The Nick - Birmingham, AL
April 18: Building 24 - Reading, PA
April 19: Cowboy Up Saloon - Dover, DE
Gallaher’s music is available on iTunes. For booking inquiries, email BenGallaherBooking@gmail.com.