Ian and the Dream performs live - Nov. 11th

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EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) -- Dream is a wish the heart makes and now one Wisconsin band is living the dream by bringing love and honesty, to music lovers across the Midwest all while living in the moment.

Ian Ash, Chivo and Brian Farvour from Ian and the Dream joined Hello Wisconsin to share their talent on-air.

Ian Ash - Lead Vocals, Guitar, Keys
Chivo - Bass, Vocals
Brian Farvour- Drums

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The band is based out of Milwaukee, WI is a pop rock band, with major influences such as The Beatles, Weezer, and Oasis.

Their website biography reads, " In 2008, two high school best friends began embarking on their dream. Sure, they already had been active in Milwaukee’s music scene: front man Ian Ash won the Summerfest Pepsi Talent Search performing an original song at age 13. Bassist Chivo had already cut his teeth playing hard rock in several projects. But after seeing an opportunity to compete for a major label record deal, Ian & The Dream were formed. Competing in Bodog’s Battle of the Bands, Ian & The Dream were named “Best Milwaukee Band,” landing them performances in front of larger crowds such as the Metro and House of Blues in Chicago. Ian Ash won the title “Top Singer” at Waukesha County Fair, earning him an opening performance with the Beach Boys. When Grammy award-winning Beach Boy Bruce Johnston praised Ian’s performance, the band knew they were ready to reach higher in pursuit of their dream."

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