Though small known throughout their career, Popcorn Blizzard are best remembered today as the band that launched the career of frontman Marvin Lee Aday, aka Meat Loaf. The group was produced in LA in 1967 by drummer Pete Woodman, a onetime person in mid-Michigan faves the Bossmen; recruiting Aday aswell as guitarist Frank Montoya, keyboardist Susie Kaine, and bassist Rick Bozo, he originally called the group Meatloaf Spirit, soon after implementing the Snacks Blizzard moniker. Some low-profile gigs implemented, with Montoya exiting the music group to become listed on ? & the Mysterians; the rest of the members relocated towards the Detroit region, auditioning countless guitarists before making a decision to simply stay a four-piece, pressing Kaine’s keyboards to leading of their high-energy audio. As the 1960s drew to an in depth Popcorn Blizzard surfaced among the most energetic bands in the Electric motor City circuit, regularly playing the famed Grande Ballroom and starting for acts like the Who, Jimi Hendrix, the Thankful Deceased, the Kinks, YOUR GOVERNMENT & the Keeping Company, as well as the MC5. In past due 1968 they slice their lone solitary, “A long time ago”; a short while later on they renamed themselves the Floating Circus, and then quickly disband when Woodman became a member of the Horny Toads. Aday after that returned to LA, joining the solid of Locks and within a couple of years rising to worldwide rock stardom.