The roots of Boa lie in Auburn Heights, Michigan in 1969 when senior high school student Ted Burris (bass, vocals, organ) enlisted fellow student Bob Maledon (piano, bass, organ, vocals), whom he previously heard jamming at a shared friend’s home. They fulfilled at Maledon’s garage area to try out; Paul Manning (electric guitar, vocals) noticed the racquet the twosome had been making and needed to be included. The three continuing jamming until choosing it was period to include another member. Brian Walton was recruited to try out keyboards, and, after checking out many drummers, Richard Allen stuffed the drum chair. They known as themselves Anvil and performed cover tracks and a few music group originals. In 1970, Anvil documented an record at a Detroit studio room that was under no circumstances released, although several acetates were produced, before splitting up because of changing musical likes. The members, nevertheless, got back jointly in 1971 and made a decision to provide documenting another shot. Rather than dusting from the Anvil moniker, the music group thought we would rename themselves Boa. They documented Wrong Road go on a two-track within a warehouse in Auburn Heights, as well as the record was privately pressed and released in March of 1971 with Manning acquiring the pseudonym Captain Hook since he was using another music group at that time. Almost soon after, the music group broke up once again and proceeded to go their separate methods.