Born in a Toronto suburb in the late ’80s, Barenaked ladies released their debut EP, The Yellow Tape, in 1991, drawing the attention of Sire/Reprise Records, who signed them and released the album Gordon. The group exploded onto the Canadian scene with hits like Brian Wilson and If I Had $1,000,000. Three albums and 6 years later, the Stunt album and its hit single One Week propelled them to stardom in the U.S., where they would become one of the best-known Canadian bands. The group would release a total of 12 studio records, including Maroon in 2000 and Grinning Streak in 2013, selling 14 million albums, pocketing 8 Juno Awards and earning global success. Today, the group consists of Ed Robertson on guitar, Jim Creeggan on bass, Kevin Hearn on keyboards and Tyler Stewart on drums.