This Canadian group formed in Waba, Ontario, within the ’80s, some of its members were attending the University of Ottawa together. Five Men Called Moe was in fact comprised of one female, lead vocalist Meg Lunney, and three men, guitarist Jonathan Evans, drummer Graeme Murray, and bassist Tom McKay. The pop music group didn’t find very much achievement until it relocated to Britain. Around 1990, Five Men Named Moe authorized a cope with RCA Information. The effect was two singles, “Selfish Times” and “She’s on the Mountain,” as well as the group’s only full-length recording, a self-titled providing that received small recognition.