David Lally was born in Co. Galway, Ireland. He formed a rock band with 4 friends in the early nineties - playing locally and getting airplay with their first recording.
After high school and college he moved to the U.S. and played in San Diego-based Irish band, Brehon Law from 1999 to 2009. They gigged extensively, racked up television and radio appearances, and released a live CD "Brehon Law - Live at Tom Giblin's" in 2001.
Lally spent six months in Mexico as a crew member on the set of Master and Commander - Russell Crowe's sailing blockbuster.
Early in 2005, he co-organized a music festival to aid the orphans of the Tsunami disaster. In just six hours, the event raised over $30,000 for UNICEF. Participating artists included: Nickel Creek's Sara & Sean Watkins, Flogging Molly's Matt Hensley, and Manhattan Transfer guitarist, Wayne Johnson. Major TV networks and local media covered the event.
In 2005, he started a music label to release his debut CD, ''OftenOne'' - a combination of folk and electronica he terms, Folktronic. Lally's solo career continues and he regularly plays in San Diego teaming up with local musicians including fiddler, Patric Petrie and multi-instrumentalist/singer, Tim Foley.
Shows across the U.S., Ireland and the U.K. are further spreading word of this singer/songwriter's powerful music and great live performance.
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