He believes strongly that God is a creative God (the Creator) and that we have a responsibility to be creative as well. He believes in that creativity is the key to turning the media and entertainment industry back towards morality. On his latest record, Alive, Ian pulled all stops, broke the rules and created something brave, unique and well, alive, Whether its the dramatic piano hooks, the ethereal vocals, the emotional melodies or the massive guitars behind it all, the music is compellingly creative in nature. Powerful and airy hooks show up throughout the album. Each song encourages the listener to respond in some way.
Some people will respond by singing along, while others respond inwardly. Ian is one of the most refreshing things to hit worship. His music challenges stereotypes about what it means to be a “Christian Musician” and brings about responses – be it tears, laughs or smiles. Check out his latest record, “Alive,” and his previous debut, Awakened. ————————- Favorite CDs? - Absolution, The Mission Bell, Takk, and lately Jeremy Riddle's The Now and Not Yet Starbucks? - Triple iced breve vanilla latte no whip Vacation spot? - Disneyland! Cruises! TV? - I’m rather partial to Heroes and Lost Favorite short person? - Derek ———————- Musicians: The following people have been kind enough to be a part of my projects. They bring it. Jacob Wise (guitars), Steven Tracey (guitars), Chris Quilala (drums), Jonathan Berlin (guitars, bass, programming), Brandon Aaronson (bass), David Curtain (guitars), Melissa How (vocals), Jeremy Edwardson (guitars, background vocals, mixing, engineering) Read more on Last.fm.
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