Meet Blues Man Mike Gallemore
Meet Blues Man Mike Gallemore


Mike Gallemore grew up a stone's throw from the Blues Capital of The World, Chicago, Illinois. He began playing music in the night clubs on the South Side of town and his native Northwest Indiana, as 

a teenager. As a well known veteran songwriter and musician of the Chicago Blues scene he has worked, played and traveled with many blues artist including: The Kinsey Report, Carl Weathersby, Billy Branch, The Sons of the Blues, Sam Cockrell and the Groove, The Lonnie Brooks Blues Band, Ronnie Baker Brooks, Biscuit Miller, Shirley King (daughter of BB), Jimmy Johnson, The Legendary Sam Lay, Floyd Miles of the Gregg Allman Band, Buddy Miles of The Band of Gypsy's. He has also fronted his own band "Red Hot and Blue" which frequently headlined Chicago Blues clubs such as Buddy Guy's Legends and Koko Taylor's on West Division. Gallemore's passion is music, his life and the reason he gets out of bed. 

He found himself blessed to be a musician, as it's the greatest way to meet beautiful people and share his art. He strongly believes it has to grow or the art will die and we will just be repeating what's been done before like a Karaoke singer.  

Mike first solo effort entitled "Music Man" was released in the late 90's with rave reviews. He continued to appear with many other artists as a guest on recordings or as a supporting member of their road bands.  

Mike Gallemore - Feels Like Rain - with Big Nancy & Supreme Court
Mike Gallemore - Feels Like Rain  
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Chicago Blues musician Mike Gallemore digital release album  Music Man on Gypsy Moon Records
Chicago Blues musician Mike Gallemore digital release album Music Man on Gypsy Moon Records

"Music Man is a full-tilt blues record, high energy with "Life's a Bitch," and when Mike rips into "Chicago," it's worthy of comparison to classic odes to the City of Big Shoulders like "Sweet Home Chicago." When Mike and company slow it down on "What If Something Happens," I can just see couples doing an intimate, slow and close box-step on a crowded dancefloor. The set closes with a hyperactive "If I Didn't Love You," with Fernando Jones on lead vocals. Music Man is a high energy ride, Chicago blues style."
                                                                                                                 by - Eric Steiner 
"If blues came from racism and prejiduce and hard living and struggles, yes it's still alive in America and the rest of the world. And any person of any race can experience it and project it through their music."
Mike Gallemore, TV Host Wayne Olivieri and Musician Lee Delray - Bongo Boy Rock n' Roll TV Shows Series 

Guitarist and Vocalist
Mike Gallemore's exclusive sit down TV interview with Host Wayne Olivieri and Blues Musician Lee Delray will air on NBC Comcast Cable TV.

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