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There is more than one artist with this name. For the progressive rock band formed in Woodstock, NY in 1994, see 3. 1) Three consists of a set of identical triplet sisters, Fanny, Frida and Sofia, from Sweden. They are best known for their 2010 single “Lucky Number” and have released a self-titled debut album. 2) After recording the Egg Hunt songs in England, Ian MacKaye and Jeff Nelson considered forming a new band. They played with Geoff Turner and Steve Niles of Gray Matter, but the project never got off the ground and Ian decided to leave. The others carried on, and soon added yet another Gray Matter member, Mark Haggerty, and this line-up would become Three. Meanwhile, Steve had started his own comic book company, Arcane Comix, which he operated out of the apartment that he shared with Geoff on Swann Street in the Dupont Circle area of DC. It was this street that served as inspiration for the song of the same name, and the line "these berries smell like shit" referred to the small fruits that dropped to the sidewalks from the Ginkgo trees on the block. Three did a few short tours, and recorded at Geoff's home studio as well as Inner Ear. Things were looking up for them, but the band self-destructed before their album came out. Three and Happy Go Licky played their last shows together on New Year's Day, 1988. Jeff Turner - vocals, guitar Mark Haggerty - guitar Steve Niles - bass, vocals Jeff Nelson - drums, vocals 3) Imagine the best of three musical worlds harmoniously melting together - in this case, warm acoustic guitar and rhythms layered over bracing electric guitar accents and compelling drums fronted by vocals that balance between passionate and edgy. The best word to describe this musical meld is perhaps a genre of its own: Acousti-rock. Three has released 3 NEW! songs Home, Unfamilair and wysiwyg all recorded at Powerhouse Studios. Stuart Covington engineering and also performing drums in the songs. Bill Stu- vocals, guitar Rack - guitar, vocals T - bass Stewy - drums 4) Three was a two piece Canberra band active in the 1990's whom consisted of virtuoso bass player Ben Green who also lent his voice to their compositions and Adrian McKerall (Ajax) who played drums and the odd spot of guitar. Their early demo's featured some ripping heavy bass playing that became more mature, mellow and the two piece minimalist approach was a uniquely Canberra voice as they developed. Both members were active in other acts in the Canberra region (Bungzilla, Tugboat, Slug, Prophets of Doom etc) and played to a wider audience touring Australia until the release of their full length "My Hat Is A Red Saucepan". Green built his own bass guitar that he played throughout his time in the band which eventually relocated to Melbourne in the mid 90s Green also became proficient in turntables and began scratching with Melbourne dub outfit High Pass Filter, Three became less active and after Green's custom handmade bass was stolen, seemed to disband. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.