The HOHOHOS and NWCZ Radio will rock Rec Room this Saturday

‘Tis the week before Christmas
At The Juliettes’ place
The HoHoHos! are jamming
And melting your face!


by Jennifer Austin

If you only go to one holiday event this season, make it this one! The HoHoHos! jingle your bells with their Holiday Rocktacular this Saturday at The Rec Room in Everett (a gorgeous, sexy speakeasy. I know!) Your $12 ticket also gets you their new album, the perfect stocking stuffer for the music lover on your list.  The show will be hosted by yours truly, and broadcast live on NWCZ Radio by Darrell Fortune and SMI’s Greg Roth. All ages are welcome! Get your tickets here.

Every Thanksgiving, Seattle’s favorite sweet/tart rockers,The Juliettesundergo a magical musical transformation.

They get out the Fine Chinastuff themselves full cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie… and wake up the next day as the candy cane dreams of sugar plum fairies – The HoHoHos!
Hard candy music wrapped in marshmallow fluff  — it’s Christmas music that doesn’t suck! Songs that you know and love and can sing along to. Originals that you’ll WANT to sing along to.

Rocking everything from Silent Night to Dirty Christmas Blues – The HoHoHos! Deck the Halls and jingle your bells with rock, blues, and pop.

So pour yourself a cup of Christmas cheer – or a Jaegerbomb – and celebrate! It’s The HoHoHos!

Get the album here!
It’s The HoHoHos! (rock, pop, blues) includes:
  1. Jingle Bells
  2. Good Kind Wenceslas
  3. Dirty Christmas Blues
  4. Silent Night
  5. Deck the Halls
  6. Santa Don’t Forget About Me
  7. We Wish You a Merry Christmas
The HoHoHos! are Julie Mains, Liz Aday, Lisa Ramaglia, and Eva Dizon.



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Greg Roth
Not only is he a multi-media journalist, he is also an accomplished musician. He is the founder of SMI and drives the creative look, feel and branding for the publication. His years of writing, arranging, and performing live music in a variety of genres inform his ability to communicate the message and the mechanics of music. Roth’s work on SMI reflects his philosophy that music is the universal language, and builds community. He believes it has the power to unite people of every race, religion, gender, and persuasion.