1998 Pacific NW champs: Heebee-jeebees

The Heebee-Jeebees were founded in 1993 and are based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The quartet has been seen across Canada and the United States and has entertained 1,348,952 people (estimated) and 429 pets. Their music has won them accolades, including being crowned the first ever champions of the "Northern Harmony" a cappella competition in Canada. The group took home top honors as well as the "crowd favorite" trophy. In March of 1998 the group was also awarded "first place" and "audience favorite" awards at the Northwest Regional competition of the Harmony Sweepstakes. The Heebee-jeebees have recorded two albums, the first "Hurry Up & Wait" was the best selling independent album in Calgary when released in 1996. Their newest album "Waiting Under the Mistletoe" sold out of its first run in only four days, selling more than 1,000 copies in two weeks, making in Calgary's best selling independent Christmas album ever! The album was also nominated for the CARA awards (Contemporary A Cappella Awards) for best holiday album and best humorous song.

1998 Winners

1st Place Heebee-jeebees
2nd Place Special Feature
3rd Place Legacy
Best Original Arrangement She-Shanty 
The Righteous Mothers
Audience Favorite Heebee-Jeebees