"Hi-De-Ho" is a song performed by Straight No Chaser, arranged by Walter Chase; with a trio by Steve Morgan, Walter Chase, and Charlie Mechling (previously Tyler Trepp, Walter Chase, and Charlie Mechling). "Hi De Ho" was originally written by Carole King and Gerry Goffin and recorded in 1970 by Blood, Sweat & Tears.




Hi-De-Ho (feat

Hi-De-Ho (feat. Tyler Trepp)

Trivia Edit

  • Straight No Chaser has been performing this song since their college days.
  • When Steve left the group in 2009, his part of the trio was taken over by Tyler Trepp; he later retook his role upon rejoining in 2013.
    • Tyler also handled Steve's solo for a couple of shows during the Speakeasy Tour in 2017, as Steve was unavailable for a short time.
  • For three shows in December 2017 and January 2018, Seggie Isho sang Charlie's usual solo while Charlie held down Randy Stine's bassline, as Randy was on paternity leave.
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