Singer-songwriter Chris Ho is like a character out of a Wes Anderson film: quirky, deliberate, a full deck of hearts tucked up his sleeve.
— Andrea Warner, CBC Music

When Chris Ho began handing out homemade demos with hand-drawn album covers to his high-school classmates, he learned very quickly that he would never be a visual artist. Although he had only just picked up the guitar at 15, he was already well on his way to becoming a dynamic and passionate songwriter. With an array of musical influences, Chris finds a home in the spaces in between folk, rock, and pop. His is the kind of voice that can captivate a room into quiet reflection. There is as much power behind it as there is restraint.

Chris has shared the stage with respected local artists like Hey Ocean, Aidan Knight, and The Matinee, to name a few, as well as being featured by CBC Radio One Live Chinatown broadcast where he joined radio host Stephen Quinn. He has toured Canada both for his albums but also by rail, hired to perform on board VIA Rail’s passenger train from Vancouver to Toronto on multiple occasions.