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Born and raised in Toronto, Ian Thornley studied jazz music at Boston's Berklee College of Music in the 1990s, and formed the band Big Wreck in 1993 with classmates David Henning, Brian Doherty, and Forrest Williams. Atlantic Records released their 1997 debut album, In Loving Memory Of..., which hit that year on rock radio in both Canada and the United States. Big Wreck released a follow-up in 2001 called The Pleasure and the Greed, but went on to break up in 2002.
Ian subsequently played as a session musician on albums by Nickelback, Sarah Harmer and Stephen Fearing before launching a new band, Thornley releasing their debut disc, Come Again, in 2004. His follow-up disc produced and mixed by Nick Raskulinecz entitled Tiny Pictures, was released in Canada on February 10th, 2009 via 604 Records.