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B4-4 Biography

B4-4 the boy band: pic of Ryan, Dan and Ohad.
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B4-4 is from Canada.
Courtesy of Sony Music

B4-4 Members

  • Ryan Kowarsky
  • Dan Kowarsky
  • Ohad Einbinder

    Before B4-4

    In 1999. Twins Ryan and Dan and their pal Ohad were on their way to Much Music's Speakers Corner in Toronto with the hope of being discovered, but decided to go to Sony's offices instead. After failed attempts at trying to sweet-talk the receptionist into letting them sing for someone, they lucked out when two guys walked into the lobby and overheard them. They said, "Hey why don't you sing for us?" Unaware of the men's identities, the guys felt they had nothing to lose and went for it. Turns out they were belting it out for the head of Sony Music Canada's A&R department and the Chief Engineer for Sony Oasis recording studio. This stroke of luck led to the release of their debut album B4-4. The first single, Get Down received a lot of attention. Only time will tell if these guys have what it takes to last in a boyband world.

    B4-4 - Did U Know?

  • Ohad was born in Jerusalem, Israel.
  • Ryan and Dan's family is from South Africa
  • Ohad's fave holiday is "The month of Hanukkah and Christmas."

    B4-4 Says...

    "We're living our dream right now, being able to perform on stage, being able to take our talent that we have all over the world, being able to sing to so many people and share our music with so many people. That's what b4-4 is to us."

  • For more dirt on B4-4 check out the official site at www.b4-4.com.

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