The Gerry Farrow Band

Gerry Farrow is a UK based singer songwriter/performer originally from Oldham in the North of England but now lives and performs around 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).  In 2016 he formed Monochrome Days and released the album 'Seeing it all monochrome'.  Two of Gerry's songs ('you wont fall' & 'take me with you') reached the regional finals of the coveted UK Unsigned Songwriter Competition (sponsored by Yamaha and Cafe Nero).

The Gerry Farrow Band started in June 2021 after reconvening from the COVID lockdowns with old friends and members of the previous bands: Brian Rodwell (Drums),  Stuart Wood (Percussion) and Rob Bullock (Lead Guitar) along with Andrew Chorlton  (Bass). 

The band can play 100% original materal,  100% covers or any mix depending on the gig/occasion.  See 'Set List' tab for covers.


Rob Bullock (Lead Guitar)

Stuart Wood (Percussion)

Andrew Chorlton (Bass)

Gerry Farrow (Guitar, Vocals)

Brian Rodwell (Drums)