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          Music to Ease Your Troubles

     Click on a Tune to Listen  
     Blue Moon is free in it's entirety.  
     The rest are samples. Enjoy!  
   
     "Beautiful"  
     Misty  
     Yesterday  
     Reflections  
     I'm Leavin'  
     Summertime  
     I'm Walkin'  
     What A Wonderful World  
     Straighten Up And Fly Right  
     Over The Rainbow  
     Can't Help Falling in Love  
     Stormy Monday  
     Ain't Misbehavin'  
     Blue Moon  
Ian Christopher has been playing professionally for over forty years. From California, to his stints on the West Coast of British Columbia, he is highly regarded amongst fans and peers alike. 
Ian began his career in California during the explosively creative 1960’s. He played Hollywood’s
Sunset Strip alongside such acts as The Doors, Mothers of Invention, Sonny and Sher and Crosby, Stills and Nash. He was also an original member of Family of Man, a band which would go on to contribute “Don’t Bogart That Joint" in the 1969 smash film Easy Rider. He played the first "Love-In" in L.A.  with Steve Miller and the first peace march in San Francisco with Family of Man; he became a veritable staple in California’s 1960’s music scene. 
 
As the decade drew to a close, Ian sensed the end of an era, and moved north to Victoria,
British Columbia, where he married and started a family. In Victoria and the Gulf Islands,  Ian played with many favorites, such as Bill Johnson and Amos Garrett.
 
With his children grown, Ian decided to settle in the Comox Valley and again he found himself flourishing musically. Having played virtually every room in the valley, Ian felt it was time to give something back to the community which had so readily embraced him. He began to volunteer at the local hospital and long term care facilities, where after about five years, he has honed his emotional and healing style of playing.
 
Receiving many accolades, Ian Christopher has solidified himself as a West Coast legend. His concerts routinely sell out, and his newest album, “Take One: Live At Studio Live,”  is not only a must have for fans, but for musicians as well. His reputation for consummate professionalism precedes him; as one Walt Disney executive famously remarked, “You won’t find a better act anywhere, not even on Broadway.” Catch him live, and it’s hard to disagree. 

Ian has self published his first limited edition of 100 CD's by hand. These CD's are rare, and when Ian decides he's had enough of stuffing inserts, that will be it for availability. Enjoy the music.

$15.00 plus $5.00 S&H

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