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DYLAN LEBLANC HOMECOMING DEBUT AT LOUISIANA GRANDSTAND NOV 2ND!


WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 2 @ 7PM - Doors 6:30

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Press Release:

Louisiana Grandstand presents the Louisiana Grandstand debut concert homecoming for Dylan Leblanc at the historic WDC Theater (802 Margaret Place) in Shreveport, LA.

About Dylan Leblanc:

Dylan was wandering through a cemetery with his first album Paupers Field (“Songs are like headstones to me,” he told The Guardian), Cautionary Tale is an abandoned desert town. He reflects on what once was, and if anything could be again. At times, he wonders if the signs of life he sees on the horizon are real or just a mirage. Phantasmic, warbling voices in the background rise to meet his own and fade into the ether; ghostly guitar riffs echo in the emptiness around him.

Finding the right arrangement and words was a more deliberate effort for Dylan this time. After feeling lost in the “mania” of recording his first two albums, he relied on Ben and John Paul to help him collect the pieces of his vision.

“I’ve definitely become more disciplined. I don’t count on things like inspiration anymore,” says Dylan. “I learned so much from putting songs together with John Paul. Anything he does, it’s always going to be well-thought-out and well-placed. I’m naturally an improv guy, but now I see how that can be more limiting than planning your next move.”

That new-found discipline shows. Never one to write out parts, Dylan methodically scored the stunning string sections with violinist Kimi Samson and cellist Caleb Elliot. To form the polished rhythm section he wanted to drive songs like “The Easy Way Out” and “Beyond the Veil,” he paired drummer Jeremy Gibson with Alabama Shakes bassist Zac Cockrell (“I wanted it to feel like a Bill Withers record or Al Green—soulful, but tight.”)

About Louisiana Grandstand: Louisiana Grandstand is a concert & event production company located in Shreveport, LA. Louisiana Grandstand was founded to promote and grow the historic music scene of Northwest Louisiana. It began with the concert series, the Shreveport Opry, a monthly showcase for rising regional musicians. For more information, please visit LouisianaGrandstand.com

About WDC Theater: The WDC Theater located upstairs inside the historic Woman's Department Club is a rare century old theater with unparalleled acoustics in the heart of Shreveport. Located off of Line Avenue next door to the Shreveport Little Theater, this venue has been exclusive and rarely visited by the public for nearly a century. For more information, please visit WDCShreveport.com

For media inquiries: Email info@louisianagrandstand.com