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"All you need is love."

-The Beatles

Hailing from the Midwest but currently based in Brooklyn, NY, Hallam George and his band the Hallelujah Chorus bring forth a delicate yet infectious blend of folk, funk, and psychedelia. Hallam writes, arranges and produces for his band as well as singing, playing guitar, tenor and alto saxophones, and piano. He also takes on clients for freelance musical services such as production, mixing songwriting and recording. Having graduated in May from Berklee College of Music with a bachelors degree in Songwriting and a second degree in Contemporary Writing and Production, Hallam has already released three singles independently and has an album — "Mishaps" — on the way, releasing late July 2024.

Drawing influence from a wide array of artists ranging from folk rock to hip-hop, Hallam George and his Hallelujah Chorus have been engaging Boston audiences since 2018, both on-stage and through streaming services such as Spotify (where his 2019 debut single, the driving but ethereal rock anthem “What’s the Plan?” has accumulated over 53,000 streams). Hallam has been on two national tours as a guitarist and vocalist with rock and funk bands, and has worked as an engineer, producer, and writer with various upcoming singers, bands, and rappers.

In addition to fronting his Hallelujah Chorus and working with clients, Hallam is one of the two founding members of a budding production company based in his hometown of Columbia, Missouri, named Terrapin Records. The company has worked since the summer of 2020 to help independent artists create quality content such as recordings, performance videos, merchandise and more.


Hallam has big plans for the future: he continues to hone his craft and work on his debut studio album, as well as putting the finishing touches on his upcoming single releases. Outside of his solo career, Hallam is working on developing a library for sync, as well as preparing for releasing music with the wide variety of artists that he’s been working with.

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