The Prowlers With Les Vogt Formed in Vancouver, Canada in 1955, the Fraserview Drifters perFormed songs by Hank Snow, Frankie Laine, Homer & Jethro, etc. , but with the arrival of rock "n roll, they abruptly changed direction. Now influenced by Elvis Presley, they changed their name to suit their new style. They became The Prowlers (and one of Canada"s first rock "n roll bands in 1956) after a popular radio program in Vancouver, and the band played with Gene Vincent, Bill Haley, Earl Bostic and Ivory Joe Hunter. This CD also contains all the solo recordings by the Prowlers" lead singer, Les Vogt. In Vancouver, Les had a #1 song with The Blamers. It knocked Elvis"s "It"s Now Or Never" out of the top spot back in 1960.