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    Born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
    1972 line-up:
    Larry Evoy, vocals and drums
    Roger Ellis, guitar and vocals
    Paul Weldon, keyboards and vocals
    Recorded the singles 'You, Me and Mexico' (1970), 'Last Song' (1972), and 'Close Your Eyes' (1972)
    Their name was inspired by A.A. Milne's Winnie the Pooh stories.
    They were one-hit wonders in the US, with 'Last Song' their only Top 40 hit.'
    They lost a chance at a second hit when Terry Jacks offered 'Seasons in the Sun' to them and they turned it down.
    The band recorded the music for a commercial promoting Scientology after Evoy embraced the movement's teachings.
    They started out as a blues-rock band and opened shows for Led Zeppelin.
    'Last Song' was an international hit, topping the chart in Canada and making the top five in the US, Australia, and New Zealand.
    They won a 1973 Juno Award for 'Outstanding Group Performance.' (Although the 'Best Group' Juno went to Lighthouse.)

Credit: C. Fishel

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