Toy Orchestra

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Toy Orchestra
ToyOrchestra.jpg
Place of Origin Ann Arbor, MI
Genres Rock
Years Active 2003-2005
Label None
Associated Acts Tally Hall
Website Toy Orchesta's Official Website
Toy Orchestra's Myspace
Videos of Toy Orchestra on YouTube
Toy Orchestra's Page on SoundClick
Band Members




Toy Orchestra was a band Andrew started around 2003/2004 while attending University of Michigan.

It evolved from eight years of contemporary composition study. The sing-along, once popular and very much a part of society for hundreds of years, has gradually faded, now finding itself confined to sacred music. Toy Orchestra is based on the principal that anyone can create music. Playing original pop songs and ambitious covers, this 15-piece indie rock collective has performed in numerous venues in Ann Arbor, MI, including the concert hall McIntosh Theater and the legendary rock club The Blind Pig.

Rob Cantor, Zubin Sedghi and Steve Gallagher were also members of Toy Orchestra.

The Whole World And You was originally a Toy Orchestra song before being brought over to Tally Hall.


Known Original Songs[edit]


Known Cover Songs[edit]

  • Life Is A Highway - by Tom Cochrane
  • Don't Stop Believing - by Journey
  • California Girls - by The Beach Boys
  • Eight Days A Week - by The Beatles
  • All I Want - by Toad The Wet Sprocket