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INSTAGRAM

  • We finally joined Snapchat y'all! Follow our user name AttaboyOnline to see more updates from the road, or off the road, or just the random and fun things we do on a daily basis. 😜
    We finally joined Snapchat y'all! Follow our user name AttaboyOnline to see more updates from the road, or off the road, or just the random and fun things we do on a daily basis. 😜
  • We're back! Tonight // 8:30 // First Church of God // Shippensburg, PA // FREE.
    We're back! Tonight // 8:30 // First Church of God // Shippensburg, PA // FREE.
  • new show ☑️ tomorrow night ☑️
PA ☑️ stoked ☑️
    new show ☑️ tomorrow night ☑️ PA ☑️ stoked ☑️
  • Rehearsals for a brand new setlist and show are officially underway. Can't wait to share it with y'all soon!
    Rehearsals for a brand new setlist and show are officially underway. Can't wait to share it with y'all soon!
  • Life on the road ain't always easy, folks. Our summer tour ended with a bang when our van's transmission destroyed itself in the middle of Missouri on our way home yesterday. 😔

Moments like this can be difficult and disheartening. However, our discouragement is no match for the amazing selflessness and hospitality we have constantly encountered in these situations. We'd like to thank our new church family in St. James for their love, support, and generosity toward us strangers who broke down in their parking lot. We'd also like to thank everyone who caught wind of the situation and sent an encouraging word or said a quick prayer. We're not out of the woods yet, but we're grateful to currently be heading home in a rental, while our van remains in MO for repairs.

So far things are looking up, and we should see y'all back on the road in a couple of weeks. As always, we can't do what we do without you - our friends, family, and fans. We are forever thankful for each and every one of you!
    Life on the road ain't always easy, folks. Our summer tour ended with a bang when our van's transmission destroyed itself in the middle of Missouri on our way home yesterday. 😔 Moments like this can be difficult and disheartening. However, our discouragement is no match for the amazing selflessness and hospitality we have constantly encountered in these situations. We'd like to thank our new church family in St. James for their love, support, and generosity toward us strangers who broke down in their parking lot. We'd also like to thank everyone who caught wind of the situation and sent an encouraging word or said a quick prayer. We're not out of the woods yet, but we're grateful to currently be heading home in a rental, while our van remains in MO for repairs. So far things are looking up, and we should see y'all back on the road in a couple of weeks. As always, we can't do what we do without you - our friends, family, and fans. We are forever thankful for each and every one of you!
  • To all of our amazing fans, friends, and families... T H A N K  Y O U. You have made this summer an unforgettable one so far. We love y'all and can't wait to hit the road again soon!
    To all of our amazing fans, friends, and families... T H A N K Y O U. You have made this summer an unforgettable one so far. We love y'all and can't wait to hit the road again soon!
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ABOUT ATTABOY

We live in a culture obsessed with the search for what is “real.” Whether in the demand for public figures to be more honest and genuine, or in the desire for “all natural” products, or the everyday search for authentic, meaningful experiences, one thing rings true: we are a people with a deep longing for the real thing

 

Ryan, Jeff, Melanie, and Christian—under their musical collective, Attaboy—have noticed this ubiquitous longing for authentic social and spiritual connection, especially in the years they’ve spent touring coast-to-coast, singing, dancing, and talking with young people. Today’s youth (the “Millennials”) have been labeled by some, “the most cynical and distrusting generation ever recorded,” but Attaboy sees the situation differently.

 

Vitals, the band’s fifth studio album, is the outcome of vigilant pulse-checking, lending breath and encouragement especially to those who are dizzy and discontent. Echoing the Millennial generation in the track “Dance the Night Away,” they quip, “We’ll be alright, we’ll be okay… we refuse to live this masquerade.” But driven by a relentless dedication to positively impact the world’s youth, they are unsatisfied with remaining in a place of sheer cynicism. Thus, the chorus chimes: “Come with me, we were meant to be free; we don’t dance alone.” 

 

This is the stalwart message of Attaboy: beyond the confusing, disorienting noises that swirl around us, liberation and hope can be found. Wholeness and grace helps us find patience, healing, and courage—even in the midst of doubt and pain. And this is a message too good not to share.

 

So Ryan, Jeff, Melanie, and Christian are on the move. Channeling the infectious indie-pop music that has landed them radio success and sustained years of full-time touring, Attaboy is plunging forward in both familiar and new directions. Yet even now, this message is landing freshly on skeptical ears—feet moving to the beat, voices finding belonging in the harmony, and hearts slowly opening, blooming simply through the invitation to hope for something more.