Malcolm Lally

Malcolm Lally

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Pop - Alternative | Galway, Galway City, Ireland
Total Song Plays: 3,469   
Member Since: 2014
   Last Login: 9/19/2017
   Sounds Like: Kings Of Leon, Ludovico Einaudi

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Malcolm Lally is a songwriter and composer from Galway, Ireland.

A vocalist, guitarist and classically-trained pianist he has always enjoyed writing songs and compositions weaved around strong melodies, lyrics and hooks, drawing inspiration from guitar-based songwriting influences such as Dave Matthews, John Mayer, James Mercer and Paul Draper and composers such as Ludovico Einaudi, James Newton Howard and Michael Nyman.

With experience singing and playing guitar, piano and trumpet in many different musical groups (rock bands and orchestras both brass band and musical theatre) he has a diverse pool of influences to draw on for his musical creations.

Having recently returned to a focused effort on songwriting in 2014, Malcolm has work published with Perpetual Music Group and a piano instrumental signed for the soundtrack of an upcoming documentary film. Christmas Time (Baby Are You Mine) was the Christmas FM Song Of The Year 2016.

Latest News

Absolutely thrilled that Christmas Time (Baby Are You Mine) is the Christmas FM Song Of The Year 2016 !!

UK Songwriting Contest 2016 results - Christmas Time (Baby Are You Mine) reached the semi final stage of the Christmas category :)


Skye Entertainment posted 5 days ago to Malcolm Lally

Very nice Malcolm

Skye Entertainment posted 5 days ago

Very nice Malcolm

N.Jones, Protilius Productions posted over 30 days ago

You're an exceptional artist and a good man Malcolm. Thank you.

I'm glad places like Broadjam bring musicians like you to my studio, and... am glad you were able to take something useful and positive from that video.

I'd imagine you'll be experimenting with a few new chord structures now huh?

I couldn't believe that. I've been giving a day to each formula and the results have been extremely enlightening.

You could almost make a contest out of it... lol.

"The two chord challenge!"

That'd be fun. I bet this community would really run with a challenge like that.

(Chuckles.) Would be easy to review.

Anyhow, thanks for contributing to the community dialog brother. I appreciate it.


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