with Mike Vanderlee (Keys/Vocals)
With occasional surprise guest appearances by others including:
Lee Van Leer (guitar/keys), Nic Posa (guitar), Peter Stone (harp), John Robbie (guitar), Tina Reece (keys), J.B. Snape (vocals/bass) Trini Blue (harp), Jim Campbell (harp/sax/keys) etc...
June 28th, 2014 - 'H to Oh!' played a set at 'Wild Wing', 2552 Queen St. East in Toronto.
We have postponed our return trip to Newfoundland until 2015. Hope to see you there next year.
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May 2014: 'H to Oh!' has risen from the ashes. We're tuned up and ready to rock!
2013 - 'H to Oh!' plays a surprise gig on 'Friday Night Live'
2012 - 'H to Oh!' tours East Coast & Newfoundland and Labrador with 'Sharp Dressed Men' including The Nova Scotia Provincial Exhibition, The Digby Rat Rally, The Fredericton Exhibition, The St. George's Blueberry Festival & The Brigus Blueberry Festival.
2012 - 'H to Oh!' provides the soundtrack for the 'Flat Bay First Nations' video of the Mi'kmaq people.
2011 - 'H to Oh!' plays selective engagements in the GTA
If you have photos of 'H to Oh!' or pictures with you and members of
send 'em. I'll post 'em. benny@HtoOh.com
Watch for the NEWFOUNDLAND TOUR 2012 photos to be added here soon!
H to Oh!
appeared at the
"CANADIAN MUSICIANS FOR LIBERTY" fund-raiser on
Saturday October 27th, 2001 - 9AM-10AM.
The event supported the
Canadian Red Cross U S A Relief Fund.
They performed LIVE at 1900 Lakeshore Rd. in Mississauga Ontario
(905)-403-9941 and via the Internet (a Guinness World Book Record Event)
along with other bands ranging from Ronnie Hawkins, Red Ryder, and Goddo,
to Jeff Healey, Alan Frew and The Open Mike [Bullard] Band.
December 22nd, 2000 -
7th Annual Beaches Christmas Blues Festival
<-(photos temp. offline) (416)-698-9780
The Church at Berkley - 315 Queen St. E., Toronto Ont.
Thank you for supporting the Hepatitis-C Society . . . .
Paul James, Ottawa's Sandmouth plus Toronto blues veteran, Micheal Hasek
H to Oh! appeared on CITY-TV's 'Breakfast Television'
Wednesday, November 22nd, 2000 7 to 9 AM.
Thanks to Brad and all the members of the 'BT' bunch!
H to Oh! reformed in November 1999, played four evenings at the Toronto Skydome's Hard Rock Café and reached the finals of the IT Management competition held there.