Henry Gallagher

FAC251, Manchester.

Henry Gallagher

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Henry Gallagher hails from Wigan.

Finishing in a coveted 3rd place on UK’s Britain’s Got Talent TV Show in the UK and recently performing on a major German TV  show called  Superkids,  (they also sent a crew over from Germany to film him at his Wigan home), Henry’s star is on the ascendant, alongside his jaunty hats!


His talent was first recognised locally, which included an Imagine FM Radio Competition and also performing at the O2 in London.

From age of 6 years old, Henry studied the guitar, which led on to singing at the age of  8.

His mother is a high school music teacher and his sister also sings, so it’s very much a musical family.


He names his inspirations as Olly Murs, Ed Sheerhan and The Vamps.


Writing songs is a very important for Henry, and on ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ he performed his original song, ‘Lightning’ to a packed Lowry Theatre in Manchester.  Simon Cowells comments are below.


He has also written the songs, Butterflies, Best thing Ever and Explode.

Henry’s popularity on social media is expanding daily, as he chats with his fans and continues to post brilliant videos .


Now signed to Kim Glover Entertainment for Worldwide Management, Henry is currently working on a new batch of his own songs in the studio with some exciting co writers, on cuts for a future EP.  

Coupled with that, he is one of the most followed artists on the cool video social network Musical.ly


Alongside his recent TV performances  in Germany, Henry is massively enjoying delivering his exciting stage performances up and down the country.

Are you ready. . . .


Please meet Henry Gallagher




“This is a REALLY good pop song, you’re very talented”

  Simon Cowell


“You’re Britain’s youngest pop star. You’ll look back on this, when you’re selling out    stadiums and say, this is where it all began”

David Walliams