As a three time Dallas Observer Music Awards nominee for Best rap/hip hop Act and one of the Best Songs in Local Dallas Music, galleryCat is posed to be a major player in the Dallas Hip Hop scene. Having toured the country for the past 5+ years, he has gained the knowledge and experience that grants him a commanding presence on stage. The recent decision to go strictly live with his performance has added an even deeper dimension to GalleryCat’s already impressive sound.
In 2009, GalleryCat released two albums. The first offering called biPolaroid was independently released and included songs like “Say,Say, Say”, “Hip Hop Save Me” and “Life Is So Great”. A few months later, GalleryCat released his second album called I’m Doing Fine. This album was a response to Daniel Johnston’s underground cult hit Hi, How Are You. Recorded with just two mics in an open room, each song was performed once and, for better or worse, kept on the album. The recordings are gritty and raw; haunting at times. The first 100 copies of the album were given away for free on cassette tapes that GalleryCat duplicated and numbered by hand.