Gerry Farrow is a UK based singer songwriter/performer originally from Oldham in the North of England but now performs mostly in London and the East Midlands.   Gerry founded the band Northern Quarter in 2001 and wrote and produced most of the material for their 3 albums: 'One of these songs is about you' (2005), 'Busy Missing Everything' (2008) and 'About Time' (2011). Northern Quarter headlined the acoustic stage at Glastonbudget Festival in 2009, 2010 and 2011 and performed on the main stage at the Acoustic Festival of Britain in 2013.

More recently (2016) Gerry has written a new album 'Seeing it all Monochrome' for the band Monochrome Days and has performed with US based violinist Kelly HalloranMonochrome Days headlined the Nedwood Festival in 2017.

Two of Gerry's songs ('you wont fall' & 'take me with you') reached the regional finals of the coveted 2016 UK Unsigned Songwriter Competition (sponsored by Yamaha and Cafe Nero).

Gerry lives in the village of Quorn in Leicestershire with his wife Lyn and two daughters Emmie and Eva.