B3 (band)

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B3
B3 boyband.jpg
Background information
Origin New York, NY, USA
Genres Teen pop, dance-pop, pop rock
Years active 2001–2004
Associated acts React
Past members Timothy Andrew Cruz (2001–2004)
John Steven Sutherland (2001–2004)
Rod Michael (2001–2002)
Blair Madison Late (2002–2004)

B3 was an American pop boy band from New York. They were formed in 2001 and were first produced by O-Jay of German dance band Real McCoy. Original members were Timothy Andrew Cruz (2001–2004), John Steven Sutherland (2001–2004) and Rod Michael (2001–2002). When Michael left in 2002, Blair Madison Late (2002–2004) joined in. Tim Cruz was previously, in the late 1990s, a member of the boy band React.

B3 was best known in Germany and had most of their hits in the German charts. They remained active until 2004, also participating in the Four Seasons Tour in 2002. The band released three albums and had a number of singles.[1] Their first album entitled First went gold in Germany. They also had a collaboration with singer Ji-In Cho who released a duet with B3. After the band split in December 2004, John Steven Sutherland[2] and Tim Cruz[3] went solo signing with Fearless Management.

Members[edit]

The original band members from 2001 until 2002 were:

In 2002 Rod Michael left and Blair Madison Late joined in making the band's composition from 2002 to 2004 as follows:

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Year Title Peak Chart Position
AUT
[4]
GER
2002 First
  • Released: February 2002
  • Record label:
49 15
2003 N.Y.B3
  • Released: March 2003
  • Record label:
41 12
2004 Living for the Weekend
  • Released: September 2004
  • Record label:
57
Others
  • 2003: N.Y.B3 Special Edition

Singles[edit]

Year Title Peak Chart Position
AUT
[4]
GER SUI
2001 "You Win Again" 15 19 84
2002 "Nightfever" 35 31 95
"I.O.I.O." 5 4 24
"Tonight and Forever" 23 10 91
2003 "You're My Angel" 37 13
"We Got the Power" 47 41
"All the Girls" 11 56
2004 "Move Your Body " 33
"Can't Fight the Feeling" 43

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