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Three Guests (often abbreviated as 3G) are an American vocal group, formed in Erie, Pennsylvania [1] in 2015. The group consists of Jordan Rys and Noah DeVore.


The group rose to fame with their debut single “Marilyn” (2017). [2] [3] [4] They signed with Priority Records and released their single “die 4 u” (2017). [5] In the following year they released their EP, 3G (2018) with Priority Records. [6]


In 2015 [2] Noah DeVore began writing songs while playing the piano. [1] He told Jordan Rys about the songs and they decided to form the band Three Guests. [1] They bought inexpensive microphones to record and began performing at small local venues. [3] They discovered TuneGO online and joined their site. [2] [3] This is how they were signed to TuneGO Music Group and decided to move to Las Vegas, where TuneGO is located. [7] [1]

In 2017 Three Guests released their first single [2] [8] [9] and music video “Marilyn” (2017). [2] [3] They moved to Vegas to be closer to their label, TuneGO Music Group. [3] [7] They were signed to Priority Records in 2017 and released their single “die 4 u” (2017). [5] In 2018 they released their first EP, 3G (2018) [6] with Priority Records. With major success, they released their second EP Sunset Lane under TuneGO.



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