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Some bands have strange pronunciations of their names, that aren't immediately obvious from their spelling.

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Entries Beginning with H

Hadouken! pronounced as HA-DO-KEN
Javier Colon pronounced as hah-vee-AIR ko-LONE
He is of Dominican descent, so the surname is pronounced like "Cologne" (not the punctuation mark ":")
Harry Chapin pronounced as Hairy Chay-pin
The surname has a long-A sound.
Lori Blonde
Hall & Oates pronounced as Haulin' Oats
(I don't know where to submit this!) It was years before I discovered that it was Hall & Oates and not Haulin' Oats!
Haysi Fantayzee pronounced as HAY-zee Fan-TAY-zee
They rhyme; the first word is pronounced just like the word "hazy".
Jim Raveling
Human Beinz pronounced as HEW-min Bee-inz
An alternative spelling of "human beings".
Old Man Edgar Winter
Haim pronounced as Hime
It rhymes with 'lime' and not 'maim'.
Sheila Oh
Hocico pronounced as Ho-Cheek-O
Husker Du pronounced as Hoo-sker Do
It was Danish/Norwegian for "Do you remember?".
The Hoosiers pronounced as The Hoo-zhers
Hot Chelle Rae pronounced as Hot Shell Ray
The second word is NOT pronounced "Shelly"; this is because the ending "e" is silent.
Haim pronounced as Hyme
Rhymes with "time".
Lefty Lucy

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