The Guess Who has enjoyed decades of chart-topping hits starting in 1965 with their cover of “Shakin’ All Over,” which became a global hit. Throughout the late 60s and early 70s the band developed an impressive catalog of songs including “American Woman,” “These Eyes,” and “No Time.” The band has released 11 studio albums and charted 14 Top 40 hit singles, 2 of which went to number one in the United States. The band is best known internationally for its 1970 album, American Woman, which hit number 1 in Canada and number 9 in the United States. The Guess Who charted 14 Top 40 singles in the United States and more than 30 in Canada, with 5 albums hitting the top 10 there.
Very few bands have survived numerous member changes—let alone having smash hits with each lineup—but The Guess Who’s motto is “the music is the message.” The most recent and up-to-date version of the band has mastered a wildly entertaining romp through the early hits mixed in with their current creations, while taking the entire performance to a new level.
The band’s fan base spans multiple generations making their concert experience a celebration of being alive, and thriving for all who attend. The Guess Who says they “never leave anything less than their hearts on the stage at the end of every performance.”
Fans can learn more about The Guess Who at www.theguesswho.com.