The Guess Who is a legendary Canadian band with a legacy that includes chart topping hits in the late 60s and early 70s with an impressive catalogue of songs including “American Woman,” “These Eyes,” and “No Time.” During the course of its career, 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 Guess Who is best known internationally for its 1970 album, American Woman, which hit number one in Canada and number nine in the United States, with five other albums also hitting the top ten in Canada.
Very few bands have survived numerous member changes over 50 years, and go on to build a fan base that spans multiple generations while continuing to create more great new music. 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 managing to take the whole experience to a new level. Their most recent musical offering is stunningly sophisticated, searingly emotional, and musically eclectic, while remaining eminently singalongable.
The Guess Who are currently on tour in support of their latest release, “Plein D’Amour”, which has made several critics “Best of 2023” year end lists and has successfully amassed over one million streams online in the past few months. It is the only Guess Who album to have the band release a music video for each single on the album to provide listeners a visual dimensional approach to the band’s latest work.
The Guess Who is:
Garry Peterson (Drums)
Derek Sharp (Lead Vocals, Guitar)
Michael Staertow (Guitar)
Greg Smith (Bass Guitar)
Teddy Andreadis (Keyboards)