Grand Funk Railroad (otherwise called Grand Funk) is an American rock band that was profoundly famous amid the 1970s.
Grand Funk Railroad : The American Band
GFR toured the world and earned four RIAA gold collections during 1970—the most for any American aggregate that year. The present Grand Funk Railroad line-up utilizes the moniker "The American Band," a reference to its 1973 hit "We're an American Band." The band's name can be traced back to the Grand Trunk Railroad, a railroad line that went through the band's main residence of Flint, Michigan.