Don Gallacher dates his time in the music business from the day that his band was paid for the first time to appear on a pub stage. That was over 40 years ago. From that moment, Gallacher went on to do practically every job in the music business - from one side of the microphone as songwriter and artist through to the other - as recording engineer and producer. Then on to being a music publisher and record label owner Gallacher expanded into distribution, promotion and marketing, not to mention a little artist management (Don was the power behind the emergence of rock legend P.J. Harvey).

Don Gallacher then became well known as a legal and copyright consultant within the music and film business before becoming a full time music supervisor for the movies - utilising all of this experience on a daily basis. Don has been involved with the production of over thirty feature films.

In recent years, Don has gone back to an early interest: telling stories. He has completed his first screenplay:  

'Would I Lie To You?' a comedy feature set in a record label. 'Doubled Up' Another comedy feature. A father and son try to strengthen their relationship by forming a tribute band.

'The Day After Forever'. A supernatural romance. An atheist and a clairvoyant are happily married when strange events take place.

At script stage, and Don is also adapting the story as a novel.

'Metrognomes' Comedy feature: Two songwriters are commissioned to write and record fourteen songs about gnomes. Reluctant but needing the money, their journey is tortuous but hilarious