Chris LeBlanc has been a mainstay on the Louisiana music scene for over 20 years. He's recorded and released 4 albums since 1995 on his own label, Sweetroll Records, and sold over 25,000 copies combined. In 2018, Chris was inducted into the Louisiana Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Chris plays regional shows traveling the U.S., including Alaska, as well as touring Europe six times. Chris has been billed with such artist as ZZ Top, Hank Williams Jr., Buddy Guy, Dr. John, B.B. King, Vince Gill & Brett Michaels to name a few.
One of Chris' most cherished musical moments was spending 4 days and nights at Dockside Studio in Maurice, LA recording what would be Louisiana music legend, Bobby Charles' last record entitled "Timeless". Chris was one of the guitar players on the session in the good company of fellow musicians Dr. John, Sonny Landreth, Bobby Charles, Gerry McGee and Mickey Raphael.
Recently, Chris has been steady writing and recording music in his private studio. His new music resonates a rich bluesy sound of the south and pays homage to some of his greatest influences. That sound is reminiscent of The Rolling Stones, Muddy Waters and every juke joint in between.
Chris LeBlanc is a musician's musician and a performer's performer. Wowing audiences from town to town throughout America, Chris is living his dream by going out and touching people with his vibrant "Big Man" persona and real larger-than-life kind spirit. His greatest accomplishment to date would be a devoted husband and father. Won't you sing it with him, "Love and Happiness!"