Emerging through the same Flint, Michigan music scene which also created garage legends ? as well as the Mysterians, Terry Knight as well as the Pack also gained its place in local rock and roll history being a starting pad for Grand Funk Railroad. Knight — a.k.a. Terry Knapp — got his begin through the early 1960s being a disk jockey at Windsor/Detroit place CKLW, and by the center of the decade made a decision to have a shot at producing information of his very own; assembling the Pack — guitarists Tag Farner and Kurt Johnson, keyboardist Bob Caldwell and drummer Don Brewer — he lower a cover from the Yardbirds’ “Better Guy Than I” which became an area hit. Even though the melodramatic “I WHO’VE Nothing” fell simply shy from the nationwide Best 40, the group liked little achievement in the years to check out; finally, in 1968 Knight — right now an A&R professional at Capitol — put together Farner, Brewer and ex-Mysterians bassist Mel Schacher to create Grand Funk, controlling the group until his dismissal in 1972.