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Ian Burns - The Boundary Rider

Ian Burns  - The Boundary Rider
Traditional country music singer/songwriter Ian Burns has recently released his debut EP "Good Friends". Released in January 2015, the EP was produced by popular artist and producer Doug Bruce, at his Shoo Fly Studios near Bendigo, Victoria.
All tracks feature the musicianship of Doug Bruce on drums, Mark D'Rozario on guitars, Rusty Cochrane on bass, Brendan Marolla on keys and David Spires on pedal steel.
Ian, who lives in the Macarthur NSW district with his wife of 27 years and two children, has already started work on his new album due for release at the 2016 Tamworth Country Music Festival. As with his debut EP, this release will once again feature all Ian’s own compositions.

About this track...

A self-penned tune with escaping our day to day, busy lives as the main message. After just one listen, there’s no doubt that Ian was wondering what it would be like to just ride off into the distance and leave this world behind… even for a short time.

Number Of People In Act Solo
State/Territory Artist Is Based In NSW
City/Town/Region Artist Is Based In Macarthur District
Taken From The Release Titled Good Friends
Copyright Holder's Name Ian Burns
Media Servicing Date 2015-09-09
Main Genre Country
Contains explicit lyrics or themes that may offend some listeners No
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