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University of Wisconsin MadHatters

University of Wisconsin MadHatters

University of Wisconsin MadHatters


The University of Wisconsin MadHatters, based out of Madison, Wisconsin, are the premier men’s a cappella group of the UW campus. Founded in 1997, the MadHatters were the first of its kind at UW and have seen their humble beginnings boom into sold out shows across campus filled with adoring fans. Comprised of 15 singers and a vocal percussionist, the MadHatters croon the songs of decades past to the Top 40 present. Built on the foundation of goofy guys making good music and bringing fun to the community Read more on Last.fm
The University of Wisconsin MadHatters, based out of Madison, Wisconsin, are the premier men’s a cappella group of the UW campus. Founded in 1997, the MadHatters were the first of its kind at UW and have seen their humble beginnings boom into sold out shows across campus filled with adoring fans. Comprised of 15 singers and a vocal percussionist, the MadHatters croon the songs of decades past to the Top 40 present. Built on the foundation of goofy guys making good music and bringing fun to the community, the MadHatters have achieved much success in their short life. From filling the seats at Madison’s historic Orpheum Theatre and acclaimed Overture Centre, to singing the National Anthem at a sold out Brewers/Cubs rivalry at Miller Park, to travel across the United States and Mexico, the MadHatters seem to have their world on a string and their opportunities endless. Currently, the MadHatters have one live and three studio albums and are working on their fourth and fifth studio recordings to be released later this year.

Their first album released in 2002, State Street, had a track earn a spot on the 2002 Best of College A Cappella (BOCA) CD, and is credited as the first a cappella album recorded in 5.1 Dolby Digital Sound. Their second album, 2004’s Friday After Class, exploded their fan base, becoming a “best seller” on a cappella websites around the world. Not For Credit, their third studio release, was produced in 2007 and received two national recording awards, including another BOCA inclusion with “I Believe (When I Fall in Love).” The fourth album, Random Play, was released at their April 10, 2010 show. Cheer on Tap is their most recent effort.

A holiday album filled with songs for merrymaking and joy, and it was released at the MadHatters' Fall 2010 Show. A sixth album is currently in production, and it is expected to be released in 2012. With their unmistakable attire in their Wisconsin red jackets, the UW MadHatters are a presence on the UW campus that brings everyone to clap their hands and stomp to the beat. Not only does the audience enjoy the show, but the MadHatters love performing it. Whether it be another sold out show in Madison or singing at your grandma’s 80th birthday party, the MadHatters bring the fun wherever they go.

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