Born in a NYC firehouse, Eugene Ho is not a person but a band made up of firefighters all working together to keep the streets safe outside and the morale up inside. The odd name started from a joke after the misspelling of their firehouse and much to their dismay....stuck like glue! All the songs are inspired by the every day antics and characters that cross paths with this "band of brothers" and, just like the life they lead, run the gamut from funny and playful to solemn and reflective. Make no mistake though, this band can rock. They have performed in front of as many as 20,000 people in Birmingham, England as well as 'live' on the BBC. They received a heroes welcome in Europe following the release of their song "I See You" which was written for the heroes of 9/11. They have also raised thousands of dollars by organizing and performing at events with all proceeds going to the "Widows and Orphans Fund" and the "Friends of 9/11 Fund". "Reloaded" represents two years of fun, work, happiness and heartache. It's production and design are top notch and has been described by industry execs as "above industry standards". The material on "Reloaded" is as varied as the faces in NYC. From the Santana flavored "Bring back the Hooch" to the country rock feel of "C.S.U." this record delivers something for everybody who loves good music.