Ian MacKaye

United States

Ian MacKaye Bio

Who is Ian MacKaye

Ian Thomas Garner MacKaye (born April 16, 1962) is an American singer, guitarist, musician songwriter, label owner, and producer. He is well known for his role in hardcore punk bands Minor Threat, the post-hardcore bands Embrace and Fugazi.

Early Life (Childhood)

Ian MacKaye was born in Washington D.C, United States of America. He was raised in the Glover Park neighborhood of Washington D.C. He was in a tolerant, super-intellectual and open-minded atmosphere.

Interesting Facts

Ian MacKaye was the front man of the seminal Washington D.C. hardcore punk band Minor Threat, which disbanded in 1983. He also played his part in professional skateboarder Mike Vallely's film Drive.

Personal Life

Ian MacKaye and his life mate Amy Farina had their first child together on May 24, 2008. They named their son Carmine Francis Farina MacKaye.