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Jul 11, 2017 ... Why You Should Pay Attention: James LeBlanc is hardly a "new" artist, but his latest turn as an on-his-own singer is very much a new chapter. The 46-year-old from Louisiana, who's been based in the Muscle Shoals area for a decade and a half, has sold more than 25 million records throughout his career ...


Home page of James Leblanc, a country artist from Muscle Shoals, AL. Singer- songwriter, James LeBlanc was born and raised in Shreveport, Louisiana. James picked up the guitar at the mere age of 3, inspired by his father, James Sr., who played guitar.


James LeBlanc is LIVE! We hope you enjoy this 56 minutes of honest reflection and storytelling from James. He talks about the "Mean Right Hand" video, the song, and the special people involved. He plays a few songs and takes questions on a variety of subjects. Thanks for watching and sharing! #JamesLeBlanc ...

Oct 11, 2017 ... Title track from James LeBlanc's new Dreamlined Entertainment album: Nature of The Beast. Available on iTunes, Amazon, and Spotify. http://jamesleblancoffici...


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Aug 7, 2017 ... Assistant Professor. B.Sc., M.Sc. University of Guelph; PhD Guelph-Waterloo Physics Institute (GWPI). Contact Information. Office: C1059 Phone: (709) 864- 8849. Email: jleblanc @ mun . ca. Personal Home Page. Research – Condensed Matter Theory. We employ techniques of computational many-body ...


Apr 27, 2017 ... NASHVILLE, TN – Shreveport, Louisiana-bred James LeBlanc first picked up the guitar at age seven and by the time he hit 18, the young man knew he wanted to pursue his dream of living and working in the music business. His first major opportunity arose in the form of Rick and Rodney Hall, the ...


This is a new release by singer/songwriter James LeBlanc of Shreveport. It is listed as country and folk but several of the songs have a definite southern rock sound and from time to time LeBlanc's Louisiana roots show through. The CD is softer, not at all as raw as the live performance heard at the release concert tonight.