Music is an easy thing to love Inspia Media announced this week the release of Kirby Heyborne's first solo album titled 'Inside.' The album contains 11 original songs written and performed by the star of such films as 'The Best Two Years,' 'Saints and Soldiers,' 'The R.M.' and the recently released 'Sons of Provo.' Kirby's musical style can be best described as alternative pop with intricate rhythmic guitars and warm vocals. 'Most people don't know that I was into music long before I started with acting,' says Heyborne, who lives with his family in Los Angeles. 'With music I can express my thoughts and feelings in a different way than as an actor. I love and embrace both forms of expression.' Kirby got interested in music when he was 15. He played in local bands like Shasta Daisy and Bentleigh, which had a good following in Utah and Idaho. With Bentleigh, Kirby opened for N'Sync at the Olympic Medals Plaza during the 2002 Salt Lake Olympic Winter Games. Heyborne recently showed off his musical talent again in the mockumentary 'Sons of Provo,' in which he plays a member of a Mormon boy band. 'It was a great experience for me, because I could be both, an actor and a musician, at the very same time,' says Kirby. It was only a short stretch for him to finally come out with his first solo album. When he ran into Christian Vuissa, the director of 'Baptists at Our Barbecue,' the two decided to collaborate together on an album. Vuissa, who also produced the soundtrack for his film, believed right away in Kirby's musical talent. 'Kirby is incredibly talented not just as an actor but also as a musician. His musical sensitivity is outstanding, and this album is definitely proof of it.' Heyborne continues his thriving acting career. He recently signed with a new agent and gets regularly invited to auditions for national TV shows and films. 'He's very dedicated and always strives for excellence, definitely a good combination,' says Vuissa, who considers working with Heyborne on a film project in the near future.