Dylan LeBlanc returns to Europe in August/September and announces first festival today01-12-2017
Overwhelmed by the speed at which Dylan LeBlanc's gift took him from Applebee’s server to “the new Neil Young” in a matter of months, he walked away from an unlikely major label deal after releasing two critically acclaimed albums. He slipped into a blur of booze and self-doubt. Exhausted and damaged at just 23-years-old, Dylan came home to Muscle Shoals, Alabama to write a new life for himself.
In between the moments of clarity and a few familiar falls, he also wrote a new album, Cautionary Tale: a collection of shimmering, arresting songs with the same haunting vocals that caught the attention of Lucinda Williams and Bruce Springsteen, now with a sharpened edge honed by hastened maturity.
It took a while but in September of this year he toured Europe in support of this album for the first time. The first show of the tour, in Copenhagen, was sold out, continued with festival shows and more sold out shows in London and Amsterdam.
The band will be back in August and September 2018. Today we're happy to announce the first festival appearance on August 17th at Norway's Parkenfestivalen in Bodø.