In 2002, was released the album, "King Friday," featuring high-energy guitar playing over a solid rock rhythm section with hints of jazz and world music.
The recording features a number of seasoned musicians. Drummer Charlie Waymire and bassist Philip Bynoe (Steve Vai/ Kevin Eubanks) make up the rhythm section. Special guests include: Mike Keneally (Steve Vai, Frank Zappa) who lends his keyboard talents; guitarist Carl Verheyen (Supertramp/solo artist); and Jerry Corbetta (Sugarloaf), who backs Galysh up on keyboards for the Corbetta-penned classic "Green Eyed Lady.".