Tim Galloway is an established and highly sought after electric and acoustic guitarist in Nashville. Galloway is currently touring with MCA artist Gary Allan among others.
Originally from North Carolina, Galloway moved to Nashville in 2006 and immediately began working for artists such as Andy Griggs, Danielle Peck, Luke Bryan, Josh Turner, Love and Theft, Heidi Newfield, Brett Eldredge, Mark Wills, Dustin Lynch, Greg Bates, Jake Owen, and Gary Allan. He joined Jason Michael Carroll’s touring band in 2006. After three years with Carroll, Galloway left to become lead guitarist and band leader for Josh Turner in September 2009. In 2011, he joined with Jake Owen for Keith Urban's “Get Closer tour.” For 2012, he joined Gary Allan headlining the “Country Throwdown Tour.” His performances can be seen on Jay Leno’s Tonight Show (NBC), The Late Show with David Letterman (CBS), Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (NBC) , The Jimmy Kimmel Show (ABC), The Today Show (NBC), Good Morning America (ABC), and The Grand Ole Opry Live (GAC).
As one of the new breed of session players in Nashville, Galloway works for various producers and songwriters. He has also scored a Top 5 Billboard hit as co-writer of Jason Michael Carroll’s “Livin’ Our Love Song.”