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The band's debut single ("Tribute To Buddy Holly") was released on Canadian-American Records in 1962.
Chad Allan and the Reflections then signed with Quality Records and released several singles in 1963/64, which were regional hits but did not make much of a mark across Canada.
The band played their next show in Fort Worth as a four-piece before flying in Donnie Mc Dougall (from the bands Mother Tucker's Yellow Duck and Vicious Circle) from Winnipeg for the next gig in Phoenix on March 19.
and the band went on tour with Three Dog Night in November and December 1972 to Japan, New Zealand, and Australia.
The album's A-side single, "American Woman", with B-side "No Sugar Tonight", was the first record by a Canadian band to top the U. Bachman returned to Winnipeg and in 1971 formed Brave Belt which evolved into Bachman-Turner Overdrive.
Bachman was replaced by two Winnipeg guitarists: Kurt Winter, from the band Brother, and "Rain Dance".
The Guess Who stayed with Let's Go for two years; a compilation of some of their Let's Go performances was released on CD in 2005.
After seeing the Guess Who on Let's Go, record producer/sales executive Jack Richardson contacted the band about participating in an advertising project for Coca-Cola; this turned out to be the recording of a split LP with Ottawa band The Staccatos (soon to rename themselves the Five Man Electrical Band).
By this point, the band's name had become "The Guess Who?
This was changed to "Chad Allan and the Reflections" in 1962, by which point the band consisted of five Winnipeg-born musicians: Chad Allan (lead vocals/guitar), Bob Ashley (keyboards), Randy Bachman (guitars, backing vocals), Jim Kale (bass, backing vocals), and Garry Peterson (drums, backing vocals).
The Reflections name was chosen since it was similar to the British group The Shadows.
The band has continued to perform and record to the present day; and at various times has included many well-known musicians, including Burton Cummings and Randy Bachman (of Bachman–Turner Overdrive).
Formed as a garage rock band, In 2002, Randy Bachman, Burton Cummings, Garry Peterson, Donnie Mc Dougall and Bill Wallace received the Governor General's Performing Arts Award for Lifetime Artistic Achievement for the Guess Who's contribution to popular music in Canada.