Ian Kelly's Insecurity
Ian has been singing in bands since age thirteen. It wasn't long before he learned to play guitar and started to create his own musical world: "When you don't have cash for new CD's, might as well make your own music, there is no better way to listen to something you're going to love; it's like cooking, if you don't like green peppers, don't put any in what your making". After some time playing in bars with different bands, Ian built his own little recording studio at home and started a solo project. Ian grew up in Montreal his teenage years went by in a nice basement playing drums and making some noise. That's actually where it all started. He sang in a band called Jim-Bob and the flying chickens with some guys with whom he developed a strong friendship. Time went by, some left, and new ones came. They played hard, partied hard too. A few bands later, Ian ended up working with one of his band members, Guy Dubuisson, on some instrumental projects hoping they could get some attention from the advertising business. It's from Guy's skills with audio, computers and music knowledge that Ian learned how to record his own stuff, alone, in his bedroom, which eventually lead to his first album. "For Insecurity, I borrowed some money from my mom and bought myself a microphone and a computer. With what I could afford, I'm very proud of the sound quality of my album. The room wasn't ideal either, sometimes, if you listen carefully, you can hear a bus or a car go by and my roommates talking in the living room or watching a movie. Life on De Lorimier Street in Montrea...