last week I found out that the Spinners were playing about in Mindin, NV (about 30 miles south of Reno). in the 70's I was a huge fan and I still enjoy listing to there music from that time. The tickets were only $40.00 PP. That got me thinking about the band so Looked up info on them. Only one original member, Henry Fambrough is in the band. Fambrough helped form the band in 1954 all the other members now joined in 2009 or 2013. Another band that was a favorite of mine from my younger days is Uriah Heep. UH has a very long list of former members, with Mic Box lead guitars being the only founding member. I really don't know how many people have played in Heep but I know tithe has been over 50. UH is still very active in Europe and they still draw big numbers. The thing is that there "Easy Living" days are long past and they do not sound anything like they did years ago. At least Clifford and Cook from CCR changed the name of the band to "Creedence Clearwater Revisited" when they reformed the band in 1995. there are so many bands that have the same thing,only one member from the beginning. Some there are two different versions of the same band each having one original member left. This got me thinking just when is a band not really the same band, except in name only? Fleetwood Mac is not the same band as when Peter green play for them but they are widely accepted as a legit band, but I don't think that the Beatles would be accepted if Lennon and Harrison we're replaced. So when does a band, stop being the same band that they are called?