A indigenous of Prince Edward Isle, Lennie Gallant received his initial guitar for Xmas when he was 13. After executing in a number of rock and roll and Celtic folk rings in his teenage years, Gallant produced Quickness The Plow, a music group that was an assortment of folk and rock and roll within the vein of Neil Teen and Bob Dylan. He also performed at a number of folk festivals and in addition composed music for film and theater. In 1988, he released his debut record Breakwater. The record received an East Coastline Music Award nomination. In 1991, he released Thinking In Bitter. Even more East Coastline Music Award nominations had been gained, including one for Man Artist of the entire year. Juno Prize nominations had been also provided. In 1994, Gallant released Open up Window, a variety of folk, pop, Celtic and rock and roll music. He also performed throughout THE UNITED STATES, the center East and Latin America. In 1997, the vocalist/songwriter released Lifeline. Explaining his audio as “neo-Canuck”, he performed on the Millenium New Years Eve concert which was a worldwide broadcast. In 2002, he released Lennie Gallant Live, his initial live record. Nominated 11 situations for East Coastline Music Honours, Gallant says he considers himself a Canadian vocalist/songwriter. “Like many Canadian songwriters, my music crosses limitations and includes my musical background, which include folk, rock and roll, Celtic and some Cajun and nation.” In 2002, he came back to the studio room to record his first Francophone record, La Vent Boheme (The Gypsy Blowing wind). He provides distributed the stage with Ry Cooder, Ron Sexsmith and Roger Hodgson amongst others.