Dylan LeBlanc + The Pollies, Omeara, London, 3rd September 2019

The faded western cantina chic of Omerea was the perfect backdrop for tonight’s opening act – and later Dylan LeBlanc’s band – The Pollies, a four piece of guitar, bass, drums and keyboards. They hail out of Muscle Shoals and look the part of rural Alabamans – although when guitarist and singer Jay Burgess refers to the band as,  “Rednecks, that’s what we are,” a correcting holler from the stage rear interjects a preference for “Southern Gentlemen”.  Continue reading “Dylan LeBlanc + The Pollies, Omeara, London, 3rd September 2019”

Dylan LeBlanc heads to UK next month for dates

Following on from the release of his new album, ‘Renegade’ which we waxed lyrical about earlier this summer, Dylan LeBlanc will return to Europe this month for a series of dates including three in the UK before we pull up our drawbridge and never allow anyone in again. Continue reading “Dylan LeBlanc heads to UK next month for dates”

Dylan LeBlanc returns to the UK for dates next month

The rather dashing Muscle Shoals, Alabaman singer/songwriter Dylan LeBlanc returns to the UK with a tour next month for the first time in almost five years to promote his latest album ‘Cautionary Tale’ which came out on Single Lock Records last year. LeBlanc’s first two releases were the 2010 recording ‘Pauper’s Field’ and 2012’s ‘Cast The Same Old Shadow’ which saw the Guardian favourably compare him with Harvest-era Neil Young and Fleet Foxes.  Continue reading “Dylan LeBlanc returns to the UK for dates next month”