This Canadian group formed in Waba, Ontario, in the '80s, while most of its members were attending the University of Ottawa together. Five Guys Named Moe was actually made up of one woman, lead singer Meg Lunney, and three guys, guitarist Jonathan Evans, drummer Graeme Murray, and bassist Tom McKay.
The pop band didn't find much success until it relocated to Britain. Around 1990, Five Guys Named Moe signed a deal with RCA Records. The result was two singles, "Selfish Days" and "She's on a Mountain," and the group's one and only full-length album, a self-titled offering that received little recognition.