Born in Moncton New Brunswick in 1971, Mike Leblanc moved along with his family to a small place called Collette NB. Growing up, there was always music playing in the house or people jammin’ with their guitars and other different instruments. Mike Leblanc's first public appearance was at 7 year old in church. He didn't know he could sing back then but his teacher apparently did. At 15 Mike LeBlanc entered a local singing contest and took everyone by surprise with his covers of Randy Travis. From that point on he was asked frequently do to amateur shows and house parties. At 17, he joined his first band and played all over the province and into USA.
In 1999, Mike LeBlanc packed his instruments and his clothes and headed towards Calgary Alberta to see what the music industry had to offer. He was hired by a band called Uptown Riders three days upon his arrival to the big city. The band toured all over western Canada for a few years.
In 2011 Mike LeBlanc started writing songs such as "when I'm good" and "We lived on", it seemed like he had figured out how to write a good song after all these years of writers block.
«A song has to come from the heart says Mike LeBlanc. Whether a funny song or a slow one. »
Mike LeBlanc delivers a new edge to Canadian country music with a Nashville sound that'll rock you off your seat and make you want to move a little. You will also see a sensitive side to Mike LeBlanc's music in songs written about his wife Johanne and his brother Jean Paul who unfortunately passed away in 2011…
Mike LeBlanc's influences range from George Jones, Merle Haggard, Randy Travis, Travis Tritt, Hank Jr and many more which comes out as a nice blend to his music.
A full 12 songs album is in the making.
The song "when I'm good" was launched October 20, 2012 on Canadian radio and "Alive and well" the full album will be released June 7th 2013 in Rogersville, NB.