Jet Black 3 heavy rock (JB3) from Devon, UK is a heavy rock band playing originals at shows mostly in London.
They’re over the moon to be getting some great feedback and attendance with their currently promoted track, ‘Reign’.
This has started to get local and international airplay. The band is trying to keep the momentum going whilst writing and recording new material using their unique sound and style.
This band doesn’t have a bass player. Instead they use guitar through a normal guitar amp and a bass amp.
This produces a rock sounding distorted bottom end as well as the classic guitar tone. Here we have a Heavy Rock Band with the hard hitting drums and a vocal style that’s inspired by a mixture of traditional rock and grunge which creates a revamped hard rock feel.
Jet Black 3 Heavy Rock Originals Band Devon
Promoted track by J B 3, called Reign, is becoming their most well known track.
Released 24 Feb 2017 Why On Earth. JB3 Heavy Rock
Devon is known for its mariners, such as Sir Francis Drake, Sir Humphrey Gilbert, Sir Richard Grenville, Sir Walter Raleigh, and Sir Francis Chichester. Henry Every, described as the most notorious pirate of the late 17th century, was probably born in the village of Newton Ferrers.
The actor Matthew Goode was raised in Devon, and Bradley James, also an actor, was born there. The singer Joss Stone was brought up in Devon and frontman Chris Martin from the British rock group Coldplay was born there. Matt Bellamy, Dominic Howard and Christopher Wolstenholme from the English group Muse all grew up in Devon and formed the band there.
Dave Hill of rock band Slade was born in Flete House which is in the South Hams district of Devon. Singer-songwriter Ben Howard grew up in Totnes, a small town in Devon. Another famous Devonian is the model and actress Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, who was born in Plymouth and raised in Tavistock. The singer and songwriter Rebecca Newman was born and raised in Exmouth. Roger Deakins, called “the pre-eminent cinematographer of our time”, was born and lives in Devon. (Wikipedia)