The four songs The Guess Who Who performed were No Time, These Eyes, Undon and for their finale they sang American Woman.
When The Guess Who reunited for their performance at the Pan American Games they performed four songs.
The Guess Who received over a quarter-million dollars for their reunion.
The Guess Who got back together for a reunion appearance at the closing ceremonies of XIII Pan American Games.
According to Canadian Music Magazine, The Guess Who is the most popular band to have ever come from Canada.
The top five songs The Guess Who wrote and performed are Shaking All Over, Laughing, These Eyes, American Woman and Clap For The Wolfman.
Jim Kale started his own version of The Guess Who in 2004, but it wasn't successful.
The Guess Who received Honorary Doctorates from Brandon University which is located in Brandon Manitoba.
The Guess Who toured Canada in 2001.
The Guess Who decided that they wanted to play together again and a new band was born. They played the same kind of music but replaced the missing band members.
The Guess Who disbanded in 1975.
Wolfman Jack lent his own voice to the recording of Clap for the Wolfman a song done by The Guess Who.
In 1970 The Guess Who changed it's form of music from pop to a more hard edged sound which they thought would bring them more popularity.
The response to the album and the name used was so overwhelming that the group decided to change the name of the band to The Guess Who.
The record label which whom The Guess Who were contracted with wanted to play a joke so instead of putting the correct name of the group on their first Album cover they put the groups name as Guess Who.
The Guess Who was the first Canadian to have a number one hit in the US.
The Guess Who is a rock group who hailed from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
Here is a list of previous and current The Guess Who members: Randy Bachman, Chad Allen, Burton Cummings, , Jim Kale, Bob Ashley, Garry Peterson, Kurt Winter, Greg Leskiw, Donnie McDougall, Bill Wallace, Domenic Troiano, and Vance Masters.