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Musicians And Entertainers Of The 1970's: Rough 3

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Musicians and showcase there talent and sometimes shell shock people who never knew how good they are. Canada does this time over again in modern times and in early years. Canadians continue to reach top charts in other nations like America. Canadians even did this in the 1970's. Canadians musicians and entertainers of , the 1970's had major impact of their industries. As well they helped to showcase their impressive talent, passing the way for future generations of entertainers. Anna Murray, The Guess Who and Neil young are prime examples of Canadian pioneers who showed the world Canada's amazing talent even in the 1970.

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The Guess Who are a band from Winnipeg, Manitoba. There success started in the 1970. These bunch of Canadians from winterpeg would break records for the whole music industry. The Guess Who was the first band to have a No.1 song in the American charts and the Canadian Charts at the same time. One of Guess Who's most famous songs and still is played on the radio today “American Woman” was so good and so popular that it was number one for three weeks and stayed in the top 40 for 14 years. Another song that is still frequently played on the radio today, “These Eyes” was an amazing hit not as high as American women was number 6 in the U.S, but stayed in the top 40 for 14 weeks. The Canadian Guess Who made there impact in the musical industry and showed Canada's talent by creating recording breaking songs controlling the top charts for years. The Guess Who have etched there songs into the industry and future generations will keep on hearing “Those Eyes” and “American Women” for a long time .

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