Ian LeFeuvre is a Canadian musician, record producer and songwriter.
He was initially a member of the Ottawa alternative rock band Fun for Malakaï in the early 1990s, until the band broke up when drummer Peter von Althen moved to Toronto to join Skydiggers. LeFeuvre then spent several years as a guitarist for singer-songwriter Lynn Miles before reuniting with von Althen in the late 1990s to form the new band Starling. By the time that band released its debut album Sustainer in 2000 on Time Bomb Recordings, its lineup also included Danny Michel.Although widely hyped as a "next big thing", the album's sales fell short of expectations and the label soon dropped them. Michel then left the band to pursue a solo career, and LeFeuvre concentrated on session and production work with Miles, Andy Stochansky and Jim Bryson until the band released its second and final album, Stuff You Should Have Said Before, independently in 2002.The band briefly reunited in 2007, changing its name to The Hundreds and Thousands.
Películas y Series de TV
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Tres detectives del departamento de homicidios de la policía de Toronto son las protagonistas. La detective Jacqueline “Jack” Cooper lo ha aprendido todo en las calles. Es impulsiva y astuta, pero su ...
In the wake of another disappearance at work, Marcus arrives at Jaime's loft for a date they've both been working up to for months. A passionate kiss quickly unveils ulterior motives as their true sel...
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