Zion, IL, United States
Local H is an alternative rock band which formed in 1987 in Zion, Illinois, United States. The band originally consisted of Scott Lucas (vocals, guitar, bass) and Joe Daniels (drums). Daniels left in 1999 and was replaced by Brian St. Clair. They are perhaps best known for their 1996 hit single "Bound for the Floor". Each year, critics at the Chicago Tribune name a "Chicagoan of the Year." The 2008 winner for music was Local H. Local H started as hard-rock duo formed by Scott Lucas (vocals/guitar/bass) and Joe Daniels (drums). The two began in 1987 at their mainline high school in Zion.