YB(Yoon Do-hyun Band, Why be, korean;윤도현밴드, 윤밴), is a Korean rock band from Seoul, South Korea, formed in 1996 (sometimes referred to as Yoonband or Yoon Do Hyun Band). The band consists of Yoon Do-hyun (lead vocals, keyboard, guitar), Heo Jun (guitar, keyboard), Kim Jin-won (drums), Park Tae-hee (bass guitar) and Scott Hellowell (guitar). YB, are commonly known as the biggest and most acknowledged rock band in South Korea, having risen to major popularity and success during the 2002 World Cup, and once again in 2011 through appearing in the internationally famous Korean TV show ‘I Am A Singer’. They have performed across the world and regularly headline major rock festivals in South Korea. The band have released nine full-length studio albums and numerous other releases and live albums. Their music style is primarily influenced by classic rock with elements of modern rock, also combined with a contemporary Korean cultural identity. YB are widely known for their explosive and dynamic live performances, and a resonant directness in vocal style and songwriting. They have received “Best Music Award” from Korea's three main broadcast stations KBS, MBC and SBS, and in 2011 won the Mnet Asian Music Awards - "Mnet Specialized Award".