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Facebook  Maryse Beauchesne - 04 novembre 2015, 23:51
Merci, nous avons eu tellement une superbe soirée hier à Trois-Rivières. Sympathique, comique, talentueux et vraiment généreux. Revenez encore et encore M. Ian.
Facebook  ecoutedonc.ca - 04 novembre 2015, 10:19
Nouvel article de Karina Tardif : [SPECTACLE] Retour sur le spectacle de Ian Kelly au Gambrinus de Trois-Rivières le 3 novembre 2015. Photos: Izabelle Dallaire Photographe
Facebook  Derek Olive - 18 septembre 2015, 6:22
When you start on a journey such as a music cycling tour across a large country like Canada, no amount of planning can save you from the unknown. As it turns out, this is where the best moments manage to sneak in, just out of sight of your plans. When I decided to go on tour, I went out with the idea that the music was secondary to talking about the David Suzuki Foundation's Blue Dot movement. This was for the simple reason that without the clean air, water, and soil that the movement is fighting for, I can't make music. Now who really wants to talk about air, water, and soil? Boring. During a moment of total inspiration at a show in Calgary, I found a way to have this become a subject that makes sense to more people: no clean water = bad beer, no clean soil = bad barley = bad beer. Do you see the pattern? Interested in a healthy environment now? I'm interested in a beer, hold on... I'm back! What the heck is the Blue Dot anyway? It's about people like you and I getting involved in politics at the municipal level. The idea is to pass local motions that show that citizens care about living in a healthy environment. The idea behind the tour was to use music, biking, and my beautiful face to bring some attention to the Blue Dot movement. During the interviews the inevitable questions came up, such as "How much does your butt hurt from all the cycling?" Being the media savvy guy I am, I managed to turn the conversation around and talk about clean air and water! Besides all the pretty pictures, what actually happened on the tour? Remember that idea that the best things happen outside our plans? Getting to Kelowna, BC turned out to be one of those moments. Technology is wonderful, having a smart phone made all kinds of interviews on the road possible. It also gave us the chance to go off course in a way we never would have with a map! We found ourselves riding along and arriving at a part of a highway we had been on all day that was now no longer open to cyclists. No biggy right, except that the detour we would have to take would add 200km to get to Kelowna where I had a show the next night. So what happened next was what might be called luck: a thumb out for some help, the first people to stop actually picked us up! Now not only do Pat and Jessica get us out of a jam, they dropped us off at their parent's place, who happen to be amazing folks. Jessica's mom and dad, Ken and Anne, built their house, including the greenhouse that was attached. On top of all this, it was Pat's birthday! An impromptu concert, cake, great conversation, a chance encounter with kind people that give me hope for the world. The next day Pat ended up dropping us off 110km from Kelowna in Keremeos, the distance we would have had to ride if not for the detour. We roamed through valleys of peaches and other orchards, a truly wonderful day on the bike. To top it all off the concert in Kelowna was at a Pear orchard, where I picked grapes in the courtyard. There is kindness in the world, sometimes we have to make ourselves vulnerable enough to feel it, and always remember to give it away to others. I'll tell more stories in the next few days, but for the moment I'll just say a big thanks to all the kind folks that helped me across and made the whole thing an amazing experience. A special thanks to my partner, manager and wife-to-be in 2 weeks from now: Diane Croteau-Labouly. You truly are a home for my heart. Thanks to all the wonderful folks who hosted us along the way: Kim in Vancouver, Jessica, Patrick, Anne and Ken in Princeton, Jasmine and Mario in Kelowna, Clare and Mark, and Lise and Peter in Calgary, Renée and Michel in Piapot, Ron in Regina, Anna, Peter, Kate, Noel and John in Winnipeg, Anne and Paul in Toronto, Colin and Deanna, and Dave and Rae in Millbrook, Seamus in Westport, Doum et Jo in Ottawa Thanks to the David Suzuki Foundation’s team: Alaya, Alvin, Shae and Sophika in BC, Cameron throughout Canada, Andrée-Lise, Cam, Humeyra, Julie, Karel and Manon in Montreal Thanks to my sponsors: Yuba Bicycles, Outdoor Gear Canada, VIA Rail Canada Thanks to all the great Blue Dot folks we met along the way: Kitty and Ellen in Vancouver, Lynda, Ezra and his daughter in Kelowna, Robin, Dylan, Amanda, Amie, Ibeth, Romella in Calgary, Julian and Jesska in Regina, Elizabeth and Ed in Winnipeg, Catorina in Millbrook, Carol and Linda in Westport, Linda and her team in Ottawa, Cam and his team in Montreal Thanks to all the musicians who played by my side on this tour: Don Alder in Vancouver, Ben Sures in Calgary, The Brights in Toronto, David Ross Macdonald in Millbrook, Chris White and Patricia Reynolds in Ottawa, Ian Kelly and Rob Lutes in Montreal
Facebook  Derek Olive - 17 septembre 2015, 18:21
When you start on a journey such as a music cycling tour across a large country like Canada, no amount of planning can save you from the unknown. As it turns out, this is where the best moments manage to sneak in, just out of sight of your plans. When I decided to go on tour, I went out with the idea that the music was secondary to talking about the David Suzuki Foundation's Blue Dot movement. This was for the simple reason that without the clean air, water, and soil that the movement is fighting for, I can't make music. Now who really wants to talk about air, water, and soil? Boring. During a moment of total inspiration at a show in Calgary, I found a way to have this become a subject that makes sense to more people: no clean water = bad beer, no clean soil = bad barley = bad beer. Do you see the pattern? Interested in a healthy environment now? I'm interested in a beer, hold on... I'm back! What the heck is the Blue Dot anyway? It's about people like you and I getting involved in politics at the municipal level. The idea is to pass local motions that show that citizens care about living in a healthy environment. The idea behind the tour was to use music, biking, and my beautiful face to bring some attention to the Blue Dot movement. During the interviews the inevitable questions came up, such as "How much does your butt hurt from all the cycling?" Being the media savvy guy I am, I managed to turn the conversation around and talk about clean air and water! Besides all the pretty pictures, what actually happened on the tour? Remember that idea that the best things happen outside our plans? Getting to Kelowna, BC turned out to be one of those moments. Technology is wonderful, having a smart phone made all kinds of interviews on the road possible. It also gave us the chance to go off course in a way we never would have with a map! We found ourselves riding along and arriving at a part of a highway we had been on all day that was now no longer open to cyclists. No biggy right, except that the detour we would have to take would add 200km to get to Kelowna where I had a show the next night. So what happened next was what might be called luck: a thumb out for some help, the first people to stop actually picked us up! Now not only do Pat and Jessica get us out of a jam, they dropped us off at their parent's place, who happen to be amazing folks. Jessica's mom and dad, Ken and Anne, built their house, including the greenhouse that was attached. On top of all this, it was Pat's birthday! An impromptu concert, cake, great conversation, a chance encounter with kind people that give me hope for the world. The next day Pat ended up dropping us off 110km from Kelowna in Keremeos, the distance we would have had to ride if not for the detour. We roamed through valleys of peaches and other orchards, a truly wonderful day on the bike. To top it all off the concert in Kelowna was at a Pear orchard, where I picked grapes in the courtyard. There is kindness in the world, sometimes we have to make ourselves vulnerable enough to feel it, and always remember to give it away to others. I'll tell more stories in the next few days, but for the moment I'll just say a big thanks to all the kind folks that helped me across and made the whole thing an amazing experience. A special thanks to my partner, manager and wife-to-be in 2 weeks from now: Diane Croteau-Labouly. You truly are a home for my heart. Thanks to all the wonderful folks who hosted us along the way: Kim in Vancouver, Jessica, Patrick, Anne and Ken in Princeton, Jasmine and Mario in Kelowna, Clare and Mark, and Lise and Peter in Calgary, Renée and Michel in Piapot, Ron in Regina, Anna, Peter, Kate, Noel and John in Winnipeg, Anne and Paul in Toronto, Colin and Deanna, and Dave and Rae in Millbrook, Seamus in Westport, Doum et Jo in Ottawa Thanks to the David Suzuki Foundation’s team: Alaya, Alvin, Shae and Sophika in BC, Cameron throughout Canada, Andrée-Lise, Cam, Humeyra, Julie, Karel and Manon in Montreal Thanks to my sponsors: Yuba Bicycles, Outdoor Gear Canada, VIA Rail Canada Thanks to all the great Blue Dot folks we met along the way: Kitty and Ellen in Vancouver, Lynda, Ezra and his daughter in Kelowna, Robin, Dylan, Amanda, Amie, Ibeth, Romella in Calgary, Julian and Jesska in Regina, Elizabeth and Ed in Winnipeg, Catorina in Millbrook, Carol and Linda in Westport, Linda and her team in Ottawa, Cam and his team in Montreal Thanks to all the musicians who played by my side on this tour: Don Alder in Vancouver, Ben Sures in Calgary, The Brights in Toronto, David Ross Macdonald in Millbrook, Chris White and Patricia Reynolds in Ottawa, Ian Kelly and Rob Lutes in Montreal
Facebook  Manon Bibaud - 14 septembre 2015, 19:31
Trop tranquille, vraiment trop tranquille...Ian Kelly! Have you found a 4 leaves clover?
Facebook  Derek Olive - 03 septembre 2015, 9:38
Montréal, this Friday will be the grand finale of my crazy music cycling tour across much of Canada: Benefit concert for the Blue Dot movement with very special guests Ian Kelly and Rob Lutes After thousands of kilometres of riding, shows across the country, so many incredible encounters with people who really care about doing something positive for our environment, I have been looking forward to this last show for some time now :) David Suzuki Foundation's Blue Dot movement, I am proud to have promoted this amazing initiative across Canada! Montréal, see you Friday at 8pm @ Monument National with some awesome musicians and Province Québec Bleu Terre / Blue Dot Quebec's representatives.
Facebook  Pierre-Yves Lord - 10 août 2015, 19:07
Mélanie Maynard - Page Officielle a du rythme ? On va vérifier ça ce mardi à TVA dans #lebonmix . Notre show de cocktail. On a confié la musique à Ian Kelly. On l'aime ben !!
Facebook  Luc Bertrand - 22 juillet 2015, 0:04
Vous allez écouter un TUBE de GrandK : JUSTE UNE FIN DU MONDE
Facebook  Van Gogh's Ear - 20 juin 2015, 14:26
Tonight Common Deer & Ian Kelly hit our main floor stage along with a very special to be announced guest! Get your dancing shoes on!
Facebook  GAIN Music - 20 juin 2015, 14:25
Tonight Common Deer hit the Van Gogh's Ear stage alongside Ian Kelly and a surprise guest who we'll be announcing tonight at 8pm! See you tonight @ #10Wyndham! www.facebook.com/events/402166893304700

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