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One of the greatest moments in our musical career happened last Monday when we walked into the Hart House Chamber Strings’ rehearsal.  They were expecting us – The MacHams – with their sheet music in place and all ready to go.  The University of Toronto musicians had invited us for their upcoming pops concert, where they will be performing our songs with us!  How cool is that, right?! We’re excited for the FREE concert happening on Saturday February 4 – Click on the link for more info: Hart House Chamber Strings ...Read More
Posted Wednesday January 25, 2012 at 11:59PM by The MacHams
Well, it’s that time of the year again! No, we’re not talking about Thanksgiving... IndieWeek is around the corner! And this year, it’s exciting for us because: (a) it’s our 3 rd IndieWeek (b) it’s our first time playing at Tattoo Rock Parlour (c) we’re reuniting with our talented friend Blaise Alleyne (d) ALL OF THE ABOVE!!!  So come and show your support on Friday October 14 th – Click on the link for more info: The MacHams @ IndieWeek 2011 ...Read More
Posted Saturday October 8, 2011 at 8:56PM by The MacHams

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In the span of the 13 songs on The MacHams album Stare Smile Talk my opinion has changed quite drastically, and in the opposite direction of normalcy. At first I was honestly not blown away by the band, it struck me as typical radio rock, nothing outstanding, and just okay vocals. By the end of it however they had grown on me like sprouts on a chia pet after efficient watering. The vocals especially. It's not often that an album that starts out boring me ends up surprising me. I have severe music ADD and tend to give up and judge things way too easily. I stuck it out in this case though and I'm glad I did. This album is actually quite... ...Read More
Posted Wednesday April 20, 2011 at 4:02PM by The MacHams
Alumni Profile: The MacHams By Sandra De Grandis Toronto is home to a great indie music scene, with countless venues and events supporting the local musicians, including The MacHams, who incidentally happen to be University of Toronto alumni. Consisting of three brothers (from oldest to youngest): George, Noel and JP Dabbagh, the MacHams have an impressive resume so far. ...(The MacHams) are outgoing and definitely have a good sense of humour. Their music is a blend of alternative, indie and just plain fun tunes. You can easily picture yourself listening to their music as you drive down a highway in the middle of summer. Click to... ...Read More
Posted Thursday March 3, 2011 at 4:00PM by The MacHams