Ian Thornley

Big Wreck


Fresh yet familiar, there’s no mistaken the voice, the virtuosity of playing, the pen from which it pours forth. Ask Ian Thornley if Big Wreck of 2012 is the Big Wreck that called it a day back in 2002 and he sees this as the natural extension of what he’s been doing for decades now. “It’s still the same thing. I’m still looking to get off and get that feeling. I’m still searching for the perfect thing. I hope I never find it.”

Big Wreck fans may argue that they’ve found what they’ve been looking for these last ten years.