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The indie pop band Tally Hall formed in Ann Abor, Michigan in 2002 when University of Michigan students Rob Canter (vocals and guitar), Steve Gallagher (drummer), Joe Hawley (vocals and guitar), Andrew Horowitz (vocals and keyboards), and Zubin Sedghi (vocals and bass), discovered a shared fondness for quirky pop. Taking their name from a local shopping center, the group honed their chops in the Detroit area. They released a pair of EP’s before Gallagher was replaced by Ross Federman in 2004. They signed with the indie label Quack!Media to release their debut LP, 2005’s Marvin’s Marvelous Mechanical Museum which included soon-to-be fan favorites like “Hidden In the Sand”, “Good Day”, and “Welcome to Tally Hall”. The quintet’s goofy charm landed them a gig as the composers of all the songs for the short-lived Disney animated series Happy Monster Band in 2007. After signing to major label Atlantic, they remixed and re-recorded portions of that album and re-released it. A series of music videos were released on the band’s website in 2008 and 2009. They returned to Quack!Media for 2011’s Good & Evil, but the band dissolved not long after its release. Although the members have all pursued careers as solo artists and writers, the band’s website made the collection Admittedly Incomplete Demos available in 2015, and in 2019 they put out a single from that collection, a cover of Biz Markie’s “Just a Friend”.