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Dylan LeBlanc




Following his sold out 100 Club show in September, Dylan LeBlanc is back on UK soil. This week he’s gracing:

Tuesday 23rd – London, Dingwalls
Wednesday 24th – Manchester, Deaf Institute
Thursday 25th – Glasgow, Classic Grand

There are still a few tickets left, get them HERE

Dylan’s got a new single ‘Low’ and pedal steel playing pal under his arm. Last week he took them both to TV4 Play, Stockholm:


Dylan LeBlanc Dylan LeBlanc on TV4 Play


Paupers Field

Paupers Field Released: 22/08/10 by Dylan LeBlanc

Paupers Field is the stunning debut album by Dylan LeBlanc, released on 23rd August.

Although the Golden era of Alabama’s fabled Muscle Shoals sound had passed by the time Dylan was born in 1990, his ancestral roots and family background connected him to one of the most significant sources in the rich tapestry of American music. His father’s position as a Muscle Shoals session player and songwriter meant that early in life Dylan was privy to the sights and sounds of an unvarnished, vanishing epoch and such legends as Spooner Oldham. “I grew up around a lot of the session players. When I was 11 or 12 I would watch and ask a lot of questions, so for me it was like going to music college,” is how the tall, gentle voiced, lank haired Shreveport, Louisiana native remembers it. “It seemed like a much simpler world – it was romantic to me the way everyone sat in a circle and took it from the top, they just played and hit the record button. That’s the path I followed when I made this album.” This music is in the blood.

1) Low
2) If Time Was For Wasting
3) If The Creek Don't Rise
4) Tuesday Night Rain
5) Emma Hartley
6) Ain't Too Good At Losing
7) Changing of The Seasons
8) 5th Avenue Bar
9) On With The Night
10) Coyote Creek
11) Death Of Outlaw Billy John
12 No Kind Of Forgiveness

Formats: CD RTRADCD590 Download RTRADDA590