Though he previously been acting since he was five, when he was filmed in his initial commercial, Drake Bell (given birth to Jared Drake Bell in Orange County, California) didn’t start using your guitar until he was cast within the 2001 TV film Chasing Destiny, also starring the Who’s Roger Daltrey, who gave the young performer his initial lessons. As an adolescent, though Bell was concentrating on performing, he continued to try out music and compose songs privately, and following a plan he was in, Nickelodeon’s The Amanda Present, was canceled in 2002, along with a spinoff, The Drake and Josh Present, was began (it first shown in 2004), Bell could finally showcase his chops onscreen, composing the theme melody, “Found a means,” and playing an exaggerated edition of his guitarist personal called Drake Parker. Intensely influenced with the Beatles as well as the Seaside Children, Bell released his debut, Telegraph, separately in 2005; immediately after he agreed upon to General, who released his sophomore record, It’s Just Time, the next calendar year. The live record, Drake Bell in Concert, made an appearance in 2008 and it wouldn’t end up being until 2011 that Bell would discharge any new materials, using the stopgap EP A Reminder. Time for the studio room some 2 yrs later with youth hero Brian Setzer, Bell released his third record, the rockabilly-inspired Prepared Steady Move! in Apr 2014.