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Tally Hall

Ann Arbor, MI's Tally Hall feature vocalist/guitarist Rob Cantor (Yellow), guitarist Joe Hawley (Red), bassist Zubin Sedghi (Blue), keyboardist Andrew Horowitz (Green), and drummer Ross Federman (Silver). Most will know them by the color of their ties; however, their infectious blend of '60s pop harmonies, garage rock work ethic, playful sense of humor, and indie rock sensibilities make Tally Hall a standout among followers. The group was formed in late 2002 while attending the University of Michigan, and each member hails from suburban Detroit except Horowitz, who calls Tewksbury, NJ, home.

Balancing their rock & roll dreams with their goals in education was a challenge for the members of Tally Hall. Horowitz had won the 2004 John Lennon Scholarship Competition and $10,000 for his song "Good Day," which also appears on Tally Hall's debut album, Marvin's Marvelous Mechanical Museum. A year later, with bachelor's degrees in hand, the bandmembers convinced themselves to give it a serious go. Federman and Sedghi opted to wait on furthering their education, and Cantor even put his plans to attend the University of Michigan Medical School (with a full-ride scholarship) on hold so that Tally Hall could make things happen. Such a decision seemed to pay off in the meantime. They played to sold-out audiences in and around the Midwest, and issued Marvin's Marvelous Mechanical Museum to rave reviews in 2005. Two performances at the annual South by Southwest conference in Austin, TX, allowed Tally Hall to spread the word about their self-defined "wonky rock." The band also appeared on an episode of VH1's Best Week Ever, and "Good Day" appeared in an episode of The O.C. in April. Dates with OK Go followed into May. The band inked a deal with Atlantic Records, and after some sonic revisitation, re-released a slightly more polished version of Marvin's Marvelous Mechanical Museum with the label in spring of 2008. In this phase of their existence, the band also worked on Tally Hall Internet Show, a web series involving sketch comedy and musical performances that ran for eleven episodes. The group stayed busy with touring in this time, including a spot on 2008's Lollapalooza festival. Work on the group's second full length had begun at this point, though it would be years before the record saw proper release. In 2012, Good & Evil was finally released. Though it was funded in part by Atlantic, the band had parted ways with the label and returned to their original home of Ann Arbor imprint Quack! Media. ~ MacKenzie Wilson, Rovi
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ALWAYS AMAZING
They need to come back together, but check out their solo stuff. Joe has released 'Hawaii: Part II', Andrew is working on 'Edu', Rob is working on various things. Even check out Zubin's brother with 'Humons', great album!
This version of "The Bidding" sounds more like a fan cover, or sped up, or pitched higher, and/or the instruments aren't as deep as I'm used to o-O
cynderthedra g o n 8
Think of these thoughts as limitless light exposing closing circuitry of fright
Good to see local (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA) artists making great music.
Ahhhh Good&Evil is awesome
Add their second album, please. :>
Their new album, "Good & Evil", is AMAZING. Go buy it!
One of the greatest bands ever.
I miss them :( they need to come out with new music asap
I REMEBER THAT! my friend had taken me there, it was awesome!
I saw the same show at the Pig. The guy in the costume was a nut, the bouncer almost threw him out. Good live show though.
Best band ever. Saw them 5/15/09 in Ann Arbor they rocked. One guy jumped up on the stage during banana man and they were so cool about it they are awesome.
vanishing.in k
I just saw them in Lansing on the 19th. I can't begin to describe how awesome they are.
I've seen them three times (every time they're in LA) live and they're fabulous each time, once even appearing with a goldfish on stage. They also typically will tell the audience to shut up and then trickle out among them and sing accapella from the center of the crowd. They're GREAT live. Hope they make a new cd soon...
Saw these guys 4 years ago when no one really knew about em. I loved them, they put on an amazing show with zox and parkerhouse and theory. Saw them on late night tv last night, its great how big they are getting
A quick correction to the bio - Joe and Zubin are also vocalists and occasionally Andrew. On another note, Tally Hall has just released their wonky/fabloo accumulation of hilarity known as the Tally Hall Internet Show (T.H.I.S.) on their site tallyhall.co m . Please go watch the greatest tv show on the internet and then purchase their cd "Marvin's Marvelous Mechanical Museum" which was recently re-released through Atlantic.
I love this band
This album is so good!

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