With a jingle of tambourine we get a likely candidate for album of the year — simple as… Soaked in California sunshine one minute, then deep in the dustbowl the next, it's like a greatest hits of everyone you like." -Rudie Humphrey Americana UK, Review of Time Will Take You, 2013
Ian McFeron, whose writing has been compared to Bob Dylan, Ryan Adams and John Lennon, weaves together a variety of popular, rock, and Americana styles to create his own take on roots-American music.
McFeron got his start in the Seattle after his self-produced debut album was picked up by a major commercial radio station there. A recent college graduate at the time, McFeron was new to the scene but his tightly composed songs inspired the media giant to put the album's lead off single, «Love Me Twice,» into rotation. Listeners responded strongly, and within months, McFeron would share the spotlight with international and national artists such as Patty Griffin, Nanci Griffith, Shawn Mullins, Brandi Carlile, Mike Doughty, Sister Hazel, Amos Lee, Hayes Carll, and Missy Higgins.