Tally Hall

Tally Hall is an American rock band from Ann Arbor, Michigan, which has gained an Internet cult following. They are known for whimsical lyrics and an eclectic music style, a style the band themselves have dubbed “fabloo.” Through their career, they recorded 2 studio albums, and produced a sketch comedy show called Tally Hall’s Internet Show. Their album Marvin’s Marvelous Mechanical Museum was released on Atlantic Records, and spawned several viral music videos and major television appearances.

The band has five members, distinguished by the color of their ties: Rob Cantor (yellow), Joe Hawley (red), Zubin Sedghi (blue), Andrew Horowitz (green), and Ross Federman (grey).

Although the band has been inactive since the release of their 2nd album, Good & Evil, solo efforts from Rob Cantor, Andrew Horowitz, and Joe Hawley have been released, as well as a side project called Hawaii: Part II.

 Album#YearFormat
Marvin's Marvelous Mechanical MuseumNJR-0442008Vinyl, Cassette, CD
Just A FriendNJR-0452009Vinyl

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