Vocalist Allan Kowbel was created in Winnipeg in 1943. He was still a kid when rock and roll & move overtook many Canadian r / c where he resided. When he is at his teenagers, he selected a stage name, Chad Allan, and began a musical profession that could last for many years and lead to the forming of the famed rock-band, the Figure Who. By the finish from the ’50s Allan produced a rock and roll & roll music group called Allan as well as the Silvertones. Various other members had been bassist Jim Kale, guitarist Randy Bachman, and drummer Garry Peterson. The group experienced several name changes, checking out Chad Allan as well as the Reflections and Chad Allan as well as the Expressions. Around 1963, the music group was agreed upon to contract with the Canadian-based Quality Information label. When Quality begun to release a brand-new album, Shakin’ AROUND, from the Chad Allan music group in 1965, they didn’t place the band’s name within the label, rather the words Think Who? graced each duplicate. The name trapped. Allan remained with the Suppose Who for just one even more recording, Hey Ho, before providing his tone of voice a required rest and heading back to college. In 1971, Allan teamed up once again with his older friend Bachman, who experienced also remaining the Think Who. From his personal, Bachman had began a new rock-band, Daring Belt. Allan remained with the group lengthy enough to finished several albums, prior to going into other styles of music as well as starting an archive label of his personal.