About Mad Hallelujah
Mad Hallelujah Tribe ignites dance floors worldwide with their dynamic signature sound. Innovatively weaving elements of folk, rock, medicine music, psychedelic, jam, funk, bluegrass and tribal, their unique music is delicious medicine for the soul.
United by a common dream of creating epic, heartfelt songs with the power to inspire and uplift people, the Mad Hallelujah Tribe extends an invitation to dance like crazy, sing from the soul, laugh & cry, and find connection in a soulful celebration of life.
Originally formed as a collective of busking troubadours in New Zealand in 2015, the Mad Hallelujah Tribe has since released five albums, headlined festival stages, and embarked on multiple tours in Australia, New Zealand, Europe and the US. The Tribe has earned a reputation as ecstatic dance-floor creators, crafters of deep musical journeys, and crowd favorites at festivals, music clubs, and intimate venues alike.
Umphrey’s McGee delivered a massive bust out of “Rising Bird” for the first time in over 16 years during a VIP set at their Georgia Theatre three-night closer in Athens.
Jason Isbell And The 400 Unit continued their Ryman Residency in Nashville on Saturday where they debuted a cover of Crosby, Stills & Nash’s “Helplessly Hoping.”
Bon Iver’s appearance on ‘CBS This Morning’ featured an interview with the band as well as video of songs off their 2019 album ‘i,i’ and more from their recent show at Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
Steely Dan delivered the first “Brooklyn (Owes The Charmer Under Me)” in 45 years during the third outing of their five-night residency at New York City’s Beacon Theatre.
Trey Anastasio offered up a solo acoustic debut of “Sanity” and more during his concert at the Riverside Theater in Milwaukee on Friday night.