- 1 March 2008 Tour
- 2 Recording Good & Evil
- 3 Good & Evil Tour 2011
- 4 Fun Facts:
March 2008 Tour
Day 3: Los Angeles
Day 7: Portland, Day 8: Seattle, Day 10: Provo, Day 12: Denver
Day 20: Tulsa, Day 21: St. Louis, Day 23: Chicago, April 1st (Homecoming)
Recording Good & Evil
Studio Day 10 (November 6th) Songs worked on: Hymn For A Scarecrow.
(At least November 2nd, according to Andrew's Twitter as well as November 9th according to Rob's twitter, which makes note of Ross shaving) Songs worked on: Hymn For A Scarecrow, Misery Fell, Fate Of The Stars.
Good & Evil Tour 2011
The band gets together on July 20th for an in-studio interview on Ann Arbor's 107.1 followed by a StageIt live rehearsal broadcast from a hot room with a moon-textured wall. The video continues to show behind-the-scenes footage of the band performing at WZZM on July 21st. Short clips of Casey Shea and Speak performing on stage for the first show of the tour in Grand Rapids, Michigan, followed by Tally Hall shining their shoes backstage. Clips of them playing Misery Fell, A Lady (with guest flautist), and the Ann Arbor Art Fair. Bora's hair gets fluffed and the Tally Hall Sticker sticker on the wall of The Blind Pig (or The 8-Ball Saloon) has become an "all balls" sticker.
- The music featured during the map/travel segues in Boralogue V thru VIII is an original Bora composition, originally written and submitted to be in an XBox Live video game. As of 12/4/09, though, it has not yet been officially chosen to be included on the soundtrack.
- The music featured during the final credits ("tallyhall.com") of Boralogue V thru VIII was originally written by Bora and used in Boralogue IV during the trippy, psychedelic, Zubin "To tell you I am!" scene.