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Dylan LeBlanc

Shreveport, Louisiana local Dylan LeBlanc spent his formative years encircled by a number of the region’s finest music artists (his father, vocalist/songwriter/guitarist Wayne LeBlanc, is usually a longtime Muscle mass Shoals session participant). Dylan started writing his personal tunes at eleven, and by his past due teens, had created a soulful, bluesy tone of voice and guitar design that resonated using the places and noises of his musical youngsters. He released Paupers Field, his smoky, languid Townes Truck Zandt- and Fleet Foxes-inspired debut, on Tough Trade this year 2010 on the ripe later years of nineteen, accompanied by the likeminded Ensemble the same kind of Darkness in 2012 as well as the lush and convincing Cautionary Tale in 2016.

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