b. Canada. A singer-songwriter and guitarist functioning inside the hard rock and roll/AOR idiom, Ian Thomas produced his own music group in 1973. Accompanied by Dave Cooper (electric guitar), Hugh Syme (keyboards), Dave Sayer (bass) and Mike O’Berle (drums), he has truly gone to record several highly-acclaimed albums you start with a self-titled collection for DJM Information in 1983. Following sets have made an appearance for brands including Chrysalis Information, Atlantic Information and Mercury Information, with each reliant on Thomas’ assessed, highly included songwriting. A darling from the critics in Canada, his achievement hasn’t translated to the united states or European countries, and following release of Simply Add Drinking water in 1985 he continued to be relatively noiseless. The vocalist reappeared in 1991 using the Boomers, composed of Thomas and fellow Canadians Costs Dillon (electric guitar), Peter Cardinali (bass) and Rick Gratton (drums). They released a string of extremely acclaimed albums for Warner Music Canada, getting particularly popular in the club picture in Germany.