Ez Gomér (born September 3, 1962) is a Swedish musician - vocalist and bass player, songwriter and producer. Vocalist and bass guitarist, Ez Gomér got his start in the mid-eighties when he joined the Swedish melodic metal band Leviticus in time to perform on its third and finest release “Setting Fire To The Earth” (-86). In -87, after some extensive European and American touring with Leviticus and after opening for bands like Uriah Heep, Nazareth and Twisted Sister, Ez Gomér felt it was time to move on. During his tenure in Leviticus, Ez struck up a friendship with the bands lead vocalist Terry Haw which at this time led to the creation of an energetic new group called “Jet Circus” consisting only of Gomér and Haw. As a live act a drummer was added and showed the band as a trio. Ez wanted to create something fresh and different and told “The whole idea was to dig inside instead of looking at others”. Experimenting and having fun was high priority. As a result, the two came up with the creative "hybrid-form" of funky groove-laden hard rock - found on the Sony Epic 1991, U.S debut release “Jet Circus - Step On It”.