Julian Gallagher

born on 17/7/1968

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Julian Gallagher

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Julian Gallagher (born 17 July 1968 in Bromley, London) is a British songwriter and record producer, known for helping Kylie Minogue on her 2001 album, Fever. He also co-wrote songs with Gabrielle on her 2007 album, Always, as well as co-writing many songs for boy band Five, including the chart-topping singles "Keep on Movin'" and "Let's Dance".

Other songs co-written by Gallagher include "Lullaby" for Mel B, and the British chart-topper "What Took You So Long?" for Emma Bunton.

Although mainly a rhythm and lead guitarist, Julian is also proficient on keyboards, bass guitar and drums. In addition to his own songwriting career, he has worked on many projects with his elder brother, producer and engineer Dillon Gallagher.

Julian's father is Scottish singer-songwriter Benny Gallagher, of the duo Gallagher and Lyle.

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