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Lisa LeBlanc

Genres: Country/Folk, Rock
Origin: New Brunswick, Canada

A native of Rosaireville, a New Brunswick village with a population of about forty, Lisa LeBlanc began writing songs as a teen. Winner of the Gala de la chanson de Caraquet in 2007, the singer-songwriter launched her career in Québec three years later. A graduate of l'École nationale de la chanson in Granby, LeBlanc won the Festival Internationale de la chanson there, taking home most of the awards presented. The media duly noted her intensity, energy, joie de vivre, charisma and sincerity. In 2011, the indefatigable performer forged ahead, conquering audiences in Louisiana and France. Her self-titled debut “Trash-folk” album was released in March 2012: a major commercial and critical success, it sold over 80,000 copies and led to a ton of shows in the most popular venues across Canada, France and Belgium, and a memorable performance on the Place des Festivals during the 24th edition of Les FrancoFolies de Montréal. Two years later, the singer released a mini-album in English with accents of Americana: Highways, Heartaches and Time Well Wasted, inspired by a U.S. road trip.

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  • Lisa LeBlanc - Concert 2013
  • Lisa LeBlanc - 2012 Concert

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