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(→‎Fun Facts: I think this is an appropriate self-reference to make, but I'm sticking a citation needed template here because a better reference is needed. His real middle name is known but cannot be referenced to public information - I'm just looking for a reference to Horatio literally anywhere we can cite, and then we can specify that this isn't believed to be true.)
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Steve left the band after a gig in New Jersey in May of 2004 and was promptly replaced by current drummer [[Ross Federman]].<ref name= 2006bio>[https://web.archive.org/web/20180201124349/http://stl.dreamerstoday.com/DoubleOOP/bio.html Tally Hall 2006 bio]</ref>  
Steve left the band after a gig in New Jersey in May of 2004 and was promptly replaced by current drummer [[Ross Federman]].<ref name= 2006bio>[https://web.archive.org/web/20180201124349/http://stl.dreamerstoday.com/DoubleOOP/bio.html Tally Hall 2006 bio]</ref>  
An interview with the band once stated that Steve left because the band had become too serious a commitment, as he wished to focus on academic endeavors,<ref>[https://web.archive.org/web/20051223162354/http://tallyhall.com/news.txt News section on Tally Hall's website, archived December 23rd 2005.]</ref> but there have also been rumors that he left over creative differences. In a tallyhall.com bio from 2006, it was claimed that he became a traveling salesman after he left Tally Hall because "That's what happens when you quit Tally Hall" but it is unknown if this was a joke or something that actually happened.<ref name= 2006bio>[https://web.archive.org/web/20180201124349/http://stl.dreamerstoday.com/DoubleOOP/bio.html Tally Hall 2006 bio]</ref>  
An interview with the band once stated that Steve left because the band had become too serious a commitment, as he wished to focus on academic endeavors,<ref>[https://web.archive.org/web/20051223162354/http://tallyhall.com/news.txt News section on Tally Hall's website, archived December 23rd 2005.]</ref> but there have also been rumors that he left over creative differences. In a tallyhall.com bio from 2006, it was joked that he became a traveling salesman after he left Tally Hall because "That's what happens when you quit Tally Hall."<ref name= 2006bio>[https://web.archive.org/web/20180201124349/http://stl.dreamerstoday.com/DoubleOOP/bio.html Tally Hall 2006 bio]</ref> Nowadays, Steve Gallagher works as a Full Stack Developer at the company Presentek Inc.<ref>[https://www.linkedin.com/in/steve-gallagher-0550964/ Steve Gallagher's LinkedIn]</ref>


Despite leaving in 2004, Steve is still on good terms with Tally Hall (he would produce a track for [[The Pingry EP]]) and currently has a family with his wife Alison.
Despite leaving in 2004, Steve is still on good terms with Tally Hall (he would produce a track for [[The Pingry EP]]) and currently has a family with his wife Alison.


== Fun Facts ==
== Trivia ==
* The Tally Hallmanac once claimed that his middle name was Horatio, but the source of this information is unknown.<ref>https://www.hiddeninthesand.com/wiki/index.php?title=Steve_Gallagher&oldid=2022</ref>{{citation needed|A source for where the name Horatio originally came from would be helpful.}}
* The Tally Hallmanac once claimed that his middle name was Horatio, but the source of this information is unknown.<ref>https://www.hiddeninthesand.com/wiki/index.php?title=Steve_Gallagher&oldid=2022</ref>{{citation needed|A source for where the name Horatio originally came from would be helpful.}}
*For a short while, before the name "Tally Hall" was chosen as the band's name, they went by the name "Gallagher". It's unknown how long this name stuck, but it would have to be before or after their [[Blind Pig]] performance in January 2003 as their name was "540" then.
*For a short while, before the name "Tally Hall" was chosen as the band's name, they went by the name "Gallagher". It's unknown how long this name stuck, but it would have to be before or after their [[Blind Pig]] performance in January 2003 as their name was "540" then.

Latest revision as of 19:10, 9 July 2024

"Steve" redirects here. You may be looking for Steve Loter, the animator who created the music video for "Hidden in the Sand".
Steve Gallagher
SteveGallagher2006.jpg
Former Band Member
Hometown: Grosse Pointe Woods, Michigan
Current resident of: Argentina, South America
Other Names: Steve Horatio Gallagher, Stephen

Steve Christopher Gallagher was Tally Hall's original drummer and gray tie. He provided drums for Complete Demos, despite Ross Federman being on the album cover.[1]

Steve left the band after a gig in New Jersey in May of 2004 and was promptly replaced by current drummer Ross Federman.[2] An interview with the band once stated that Steve left because the band had become too serious a commitment, as he wished to focus on academic endeavors,[3] but there have also been rumors that he left over creative differences. In a tallyhall.com bio from 2006, it was joked that he became a traveling salesman after he left Tally Hall because "That's what happens when you quit Tally Hall."[2] Nowadays, Steve Gallagher works as a Full Stack Developer at the company Presentek Inc.[4]

Despite leaving in 2004, Steve is still on good terms with Tally Hall (he would produce a track for The Pingry EP) and currently has a family with his wife Alison.

Trivia

  • The Tally Hallmanac once claimed that his middle name was Horatio, but the source of this information is unknown.[5][citation needed]
  • For a short while, before the name "Tally Hall" was chosen as the band's name, they went by the name "Gallagher". It's unknown how long this name stuck, but it would have to be before or after their Blind Pig performance in January 2003 as their name was "540" then.

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