Shreveport, Louisiana native Dylan LeBlanc spent his formative years surrounded by some of the regions’ finest musicians (his father, singer/songwriter/guitarist James LeBlanc is a longtime Muscle Shoals session player). Dylan began writing his own songs at eleven, and by his late teens, had developed a soulful, bluesy voice and guitar style that resonated with the sights and sounds of his musical youth. He released Paupers Field, his smoky, languid, Townes Van Zandt and Fleet Foxes-inspired debut, on Rough Trade Records in 2010, at the ripe old age of nineteen. ~ James Christopher MongerPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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