our friends, the Medallions!!




It all started when...

...the biggest band of the 1970s got trapped in an elevator and transported, through time, to the year 2015. To raise money for their time machine home, the band decided to play covers from their home decade, the 70s, as well as the 1980s and 1990s, for a variety of private and public functions.

Getting married? Turning 30? 40? 50? 60? 70?? 100??? The Medallions are for you. Scope their repertoire below. Watch their "vH1 Behind the Music". Email their manager for details. Get pumped. Pop open a bottle. Eat some fondue.

With proper arrangements, The Medallions & Madaila can appear at the same engagement! Song requests from the hosts can be honored! Different degrees of "jamming" can be achieved! The Medallions are here for you. They are from the 70s.

Yearbook Photo - Proof That The Medallions Are From The 1970s & Arrived in the Present in a Time-Traveling Accident

Yearbook Photo - Proof That The Medallions Are From The 1970s & Arrived in the Present in a Time-Traveling Accident

"We, Madaila, categorically deny...

...that Madaila is connected to the Medallions. We do admit that the five members of the Medallions look a whole, whole lot like our five members — like a lot, lot. The resemblance is so striking that we can't blame our friends and fans for assuming that [the Medallions are an alter-ego band we, like, created to have an awesome time playing party music from all eras at events that call for epic, universally loved covers - before building an elaborate and incredibly nerdy backstory over the course of a couple years after deciding to do this in 2015]. We can't blame you but we CAN categorically deny. We love you!




these are the things that happen...


...when you invite the medallions to your wedding.

"We really do like weddings." - The Medallions
"And also other parties." - The Medallions

A video of Madaila! For comparison!


the true story of the Medallions!


medallions' repertoire (Selected):


“September” - Earth Wind & Fire

“Dancing Queen” - Abba

“More than a Woman” - The Bee Gees

“Disco Inferno” - The Trammps

“Don’t Stop ‘Till You Get Enough” - Michael Jackson

“The Boys Are Back In Town” - Thin Lizzy

“Feeling Alright” - Joe Cocker

"My Sharona" - The Knack

“Higher and Higher” - Jackie Wilson

“Boogie On Reggae Woman” - Stevie Wonder

“Shining Star” - Earth Wind & Fire

“Rock n Roll All Nite” - Kiss


“I Would Die 4 U” - Prince

"I Can't Go For That" - Hall & Oates

“What's Love Got to Do With It” - Tina Turner

“How Will I Know” - Whitney Houston

"Africa" - Toto

“Sexual Healing” - Marvin Gaye

“Burning Down the House” - Talking Heads

“No Sleep Till Brooklyn” - Beastie Boys

“Billie Jean” - Michael Jackson

“PYT (Pretty Young Thing)” - Michael Jackson

“I’m So Excited” - The Pointer Sisters

“All Night Long” - Lionel Ritchie

“Girls Just Wanna Have Fun”- Cyndi Lauper

“Never Gonna Give You Up” - Rick “Roll” Astley

“Take On Me” - Aha

“Super Freak” - Rick James

“Funkytown” - Lipps Inc



“Believe” - Cher

“Baby One More Time” - Britney Spears

“I Want It That Way” - Backstreet Boys

“All The Small Things” - blink 182

“Ignition (Remix)” - R. Kelly

“Closing Time” - Semisonic

“Waiting For Tonight” - J Lo

“Gettin Jiggy Wit It” - Will Smith

“U Got it Bad” - Usher

“Every Morning” - Sugar Ray

“Let Me Blow Ya Mind” - Eve feat. Gwen Stefani

“It’s Gonna Be Me” - NSync