"Local H" are a hard rock duo (sometimes described as post-grunge), formed by Scott Lucas (vocals/guitar/bass) and Joe Daniels (drums). The two began playing together in their Illinois high school in 1987. After failed attempts at recruiting a bassist, Lucas took the novel approach of adding bass pickups to his electric guitar.
Local H's first album, ''Ham Fisted'', was released in 1995 to rather mediocre reviews. Their 1996 album, ''As Good as Dead'', contained the popular single "Bound for the Floor" and was certified gold. The 1998 follow up, ''Pack Up the Cats'', spawned the single "All the Kids Are Right". Unfortunately, the album's chances of success were stifled when their label, Polygram, merged with Universal and the album was all but forgotten during the transition.
Daniels left the band in 1999, leaving Lucas to recruit former Triple Fast Action drummer Brian St. Clair in 2000. Brian St. Clair was a drum tech for Bun E Carlos of Cheap Trick. The two released their fourth album ''Here Comes the Zoo'' in 2002 under the Palm Pictures record label. ''The No Fun EP'' followed in 2003 and their fifth and most recent album, ''Whatever Happened to P.J. Soles?'', w...
|years active||1987 – Present (time)|
|music genre||Alternative rock|
|current members||Scott Lucas (musician)|
|past members|| Joe Daniels|