Jess COX: Third Step LP [Tygers of Pan Tang singer] with inner. British Metal / N.W.O.B.H.M Melodic Heavy Metal. Check video
Jess COX: Third Step LP [Tygers of Pan Tang singer] with inner. British Metal / N.W.O.B.H.M Melodic Heavy Metal. Check video
Jess COX: Third Step LP [Tygers of Pan Tang singer] with inner. British Metal / N.W.O.B.H.M Melodic Heavy Metal. Check video

Jess COX: Third Step LP [Tygers of Pan Tang singer] with inner. British Metal / N.W.O.B.H.M Melodic Heavy Metal. Check video

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Jess Cox – Third Step  http://www.allmusic.com/artist/jess-cox-mn0000849165
Label: Neat Records
Catalog#: NEAT 1010
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album
Country: UK
Released: 1983
Genre: Rock
Style: Heavy Metal

Tracklist
A1 One In A Million
A2 Piece Of The Action
A3 Fallen Hero (Everyman)
A4 Two Time Loser
A5 Ghosts
B1 Danger Signs
B2 Bridges
B3 Living Your Love Off The Wall
B4 The Tunnel

Bass – Jules Jones
Bass, Vocals – Dave Robson , Dave Donaldson , Keith Nichol
Drums – Pete Rea
Guitar – John Stormont , Mick Proctor
Guitar, Vocals – Trevor Sewell
Keyboards – Colin Mitchet
Piano – Mike Waller
Saxophone – Tom Guy

Jess Cox quit as vocalist for the TYGERS OF PAN TANG in 1981. Cox, who had performed on the TYGERS OF PAN TANGs ‘Wildcat’ album, was subsequently involved in the formation of NWoBHM supergroup’ LIONHEART, but lasted a mere one gig, although he did record an as yet unreleased album with the band. Interestingly, METALLICA were actually made an approach to Cox after his departure from the TYGERS OF PAN TANG; that is until they saw a photograph of him and, according to quotes from METALLICAs Lars Ulrich, the singers dress sense put paid to any approaches!
Cox formed a new band in 1983 which featured guitarist Trevor Sewell, bassist Dave Donaldson and drummer Pete Rea. Coxs outfit, known as THE JESS COX BAND, supported METALLICA at Londons Marquee in 1984 with a rather revised line-up of Cox, Donaldson, guitarists Neil Shepard and John Stormont and drummer Geoff Nixon. This group also toured Britain with HEAVY PETTIN. Shepard left the fold later in the year to join WAYSTED and Cox eventually dissolved the band, returning fronting TYGER TYGER in 1987 with ex-TYSONDOG guitarist Kevin Wynn.