The Lonely H

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The Lonely H
Origin Port Angeles, WA
Genres Rock, indie rock
Years active 2003 – 2013
Labels The Control Group
Members Mark Fredson (Vox, Keys)
Eric Whitman (Guitar)
Ben Eyestone (Drums)
Johnny Whitman (Bass)
Zach Setchfeild (Guitar)
Past members Colin Field (Guitar, Vox, Cello) performed on "Kick Upstairs" and "Hair"

The Lonely H is an American rock band from Port Angeles, Washington. The band formed in the early 2000s while the members, Mark Fredson (Vox, Keys), Eric Whitman (Guitar), Ben Eyestone (Drums), and Johnny Whitman (Bass), were still in high school. In 2006 the group released its debut album with The Control Group, Kick Upstairs, to critical acclaim.[1] They subsequently released their second full-length album Hair. Their third album, "Concrete Class" was released in June 2009. After touring extensively from July 2007 through March 2010, The band relocated to Nashville, TN for a more central location and to make records.

Once they moved to Nashville, the band was joined by Zach Setchfield. They began working on their latest album, self-titled The Lonely H. The Lonely H debuted on iTunes in June, 2013 to rave reviews and is available for download.


  • Kick Upstairs (2006)
  • Hair (2007)
  • Concrete Class (2009)
  • The Lonely H (2013)

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