Record Room show for Enda Gallery

SONGWRITER / PRODUCER Enda Gallery worked with Limerick rapper Strange Boy adding his flow to the track ‘It’s Alright’ which featured on the Normal People soundtrack.
Enda’s debut album ‘The Journey to Zero’ released in 2021 was named RTÉ ‘Album of Week’ with the ballad ‘Don’t Let Me Win’ winning favour from Cerys Matthews on BBC6 Music.
For eight years Enda Gallery lived and performed in Berlin, a city which is itself a character within his songs and has inspired feelings of challenge and liberation in all of its forms.
Now based in County Clare, he most recently released his surprise collaboration with the two time Grammy-nominated producer duo Christian Rich called ‘So Easy, Pt. II’ (Childish Gambino, Vince Staples, Drake). Enda is hot off the New York performances at the Irish Arts Centre in New York City as part of Ireland in Music alongside Hothouse Flowers members Fiachna Ó’Braonáin, Peter O’Toole and Clare Sands.
His history of producing and enabling unconventional artists such as Tolü Makay, Strange Boy and Kid Simius across many genres has gifted him the capability to create from the soul and mix and combine genres as a chemist mixes elements.
Enda Gallery will perform an intimate show with piano and vocals at the Record Room this Friday April 15.

Supported by Dylan Flynn & The Dead Poets and joined by special guests like Willzee, Strange Boy and JaYne
Doors at 8pm. Tickets €10 online via eventbrite or €15 on the door.