They Might Be Giants



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Formed: 1982 (33 years ago)


Biography

They Might Be Giants is a band from New York City that was founded twenty somethin’ years back by John Linnell and John Flansburgh, and are often joined on stage and on recordings by Dan Miller, Danny Weinkauf, and Marty Beller. Our current DVD/CD set (officially for kids but really for ourselves) is called “Here Comes Science” and is available at iTunes as a complete download here and in disc form at Amazon here.

TMBG perform frequently, make videos and podcasts, and do a fair amount of television work. We are currently hard at work on a new album (officially for adults but really for ... Read more

They Might Be Giants is a band from New York City that was founded twenty somethin’ years back by John Linnell and John Flansburgh, and are often joined on stage and on recordings by Dan Miller, Danny Weinkauf, and Marty Beller. Our current DVD/CD set (officially for kids but really for ourselves) is called “Here Comes Science” and is available at iTunes as a complete download here and in disc form at Amazon here.

TMBG perform frequently, make videos and podcasts, and do a fair amount of television work. We are currently hard at work on a new album (officially for adults but really for ourselves) with producer Pat Dillett in his brand new unnamed studio located in the not-for-retail wig district of Manhattan.

We won the 2009 Grammy for Best Children’s Album (Music) for a kids project called “Here Come the 123s” as well as a Grammy in 2001 for Best Song in a Motion Picture or Television Series for the theme to Malcolm in the Middle (Boss of Me). You can hear TMBG every night in the orchestral and rock open for the Daily Show, and your kids probably know us from our opening and closing themes to the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse and Higgleytown Heros.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

They Might Be Giants is a band from New York City that was founded twenty somethin’ years back by John Linnell and John Flansburgh, and are often joined on stage and on recordings by Dan Miller, Danny Weinkauf, and Marty Beller. Our current DVD/CD set (officially for kids but really for ourselves) is called “Here Comes Science” and is available at iTunes as a complete download here and in disc form at Amazon here.

TMBG perform frequently, make videos and podcasts, and do a fair amount of television work. We are currently hard at work on a new album (officially for adults but really for ourselves) with producer Pat Dillett in his brand new unnamed studio located in the not-for-retail wig district of Manhattan.

We won the 2009 Grammy for Best Children’s Album (Music) for a kids project called “Here Come the 123s” as well as a Grammy in 2001 for Best Song in a Motion Picture or Television Series for the theme to Malcolm in the Middle (Boss of Me). You can hear TMBG every night in the orchestral and rock open for the Daily Show, and your kids probably know us from our opening and closing themes to the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse and Higgleytown Heros.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

They Might Be Giants is a band from New York City that was founded twenty somethin’ years back by John Linnell and John Flansburgh, and are often joined on stage and on recordings by Dan Miller, Danny Weinkauf, and Marty Beller. Our current DVD/CD set (officially for kids but really for ourselves) is called “Here Comes Science” and is available at iTunes as a complete download here and in disc form at Amazon here.

TMBG perform frequently, make videos and podcasts, and do a fair amount of television work. We are currently hard at work on a new album (officially for adults but really for ourselves) with producer Pat Dillett in his brand new unnamed studio located in the not-for-retail wig district of Manhattan.

We won the 2009 Grammy for Best Children’s Album (Music) for a kids project called “Here Come the 123s” as well as a Grammy in 2001 for Best Song in a Motion Picture or Television Series for the theme to Malcolm in the Middle (Boss of Me). You can hear TMBG every night in the orchestral and rock open for the Daily Show, and your kids probably know us from our opening and closing themes to the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse and Higgleytown Heros.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.