604 (Six-O-Four) is an a cappella group founded in Canada. The name is a nod to the area code of their home town, Vancouver. They originally went by the name Sweetness before they signed with Booya Records
on November 23, 1998. They stayed with the label until 2001 and lived through the label's most tumultuous days around the time of its shutdown. During that time, the group went down from four members to just three with Virgil Paul no longer part of 604. Outside of live performances, their only officially released recording of that time appears on their label mates' collaborative Christmas single U.B.F.* - Shepherd In The Storm
. The album they worked on while signed to Booya Records with songs written and produced by the in-house creative team with input on the vocal direction by the band themselves, was never released. In 2005, the trio released their debut album 604 - Six-O-Four* - Bringin' It
on the Filipino label GMA Records (2)
and included original songs written by the band members themselves as well as cover songs and outside contributions.
Members: Nino Sazon (Nino Tan Sazon), Ross Calixterio (Ross Glen Calixterio) and Francis Baguio (Francis John Baguio).
Former Member: Virgil Paul (Virgil Paul Umali)
Manager: Apollo Angco