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  1. It initially included singer Dean Hagopian, guitarist Vern Craig, bass player Brian Rading and singer/drummer Rick Bell (born Rick Belanger). Hagopian left after about a year, and was replaced by vocalist and guitarist Les Emmerson, who would become the band's prime songwriter, while Bell and Emmerson split lead vocal duties.

  2. Five Man Electrical Band (originalmente The Staccatos de 1963–68) es una banda de rock proveniente de Ottawa, Canadá.

  3. 1 de jul. de 2010 · Best known for their 1971 anti-establishment hit “Signs,” Ottawa, Canada’s Five Man Electrical Band featured guitarist/vocalist Les Emmerson, bassist Brian Rading, keyboardist Ted Gerow, and drummers Rick “Bell” Belanger and Mike “BellBelanger.

  4. 7 de feb. de 2006 · In 1969 the band permanently changed their name to the Five Man Electrical Band, consisting of guitarists Vern Craig and Les Emmerson, keyboard player Ted Gerow, bass guitarist Brian Rading, and brothers Michael Bell (b Belanger) on drums and Rick Bell (guitarist).

  5. Originally formed in Ottawa, Ontario in 1964 as The Staccatos (Rick Belanger, Les Emmerson, Brian Rading and Vern Craig), the group first gained national recognition in 1967 when they recorded an album for Quality Records called, "A Wild Pair", shared with The Guess Who.

  6. Canadian percussionist and vocalist from Ottawa, Ontario. On some releases credited as Rick Bell. Brother of Mike Belanger.

  7. Emmerson, Gerow, and Rick Belanger (Bell), tried to keep things with new musicians, but the band’s days were numbered. Singles appeared in 1974 and 1975, but their success outside of Canada was very minimal. In 1974, Rick left, leaving Emmerson and Gerow as the only remaining permanent members.