Highways, Heartaches and Time Well Wasted will be available on November 4, 2014 via Bonsound. Lisa heads on tour in Canada this November and shares You Look Like Trouble (But I Guess I Do Too) from the upcoming mini-album.
Highways, Heartaches and Time Well Wasted was recorded in New-Brunswick with her musical conspirators – Maxime Gosselin (drums) and Jean-Philippe Hébert (guitar). The disc includes five originals and a cover of the traditional folk song Katie Cruel, popularized by American singer Karen Dalton. The talented young Montreal-based producer Emmanuel Ethier brought an unexpected creative force out young Acadian.
27/09/14 Québec, QC // Théâtre Petit Champlain (last show of her self-titled album tour in Quebec)
30/09/14 Montréal, QC // Lion d’Or (last show of her self title album tour in Montreal)
24/10/14 New York, NY // Arlene’s Grocery (CMJ Music Marathon – M pour Montreal Showcase)
13/11/14 Ottawa, ON // Ritual Nightclub
14/11/14 Toronto, ON // The Drake Underground
26/11/14 Winnipeg, MB // Pyramid Cabaret
27/11/14 Saskatoon, SK // The Basement
29/11/14 Calgary, AB // The Palomino
03/12/14 Victoria, BC // Lucky Bar
04/12/14 Vancouver, BC // Fox Cabaret
08/12/14 Edmonton, AB // The Artery
10/12/14 Regina, SK // The Artesian
To end the tour that followed the release of her self-titled debut album, Lisa LeBlanc has decided to go back to where it all started. Don’t miss the last show of her tour on September 30th at Cabaret Lion d’Or, in Montreal. Tickets are on sale now!
She’ll also be performing in Quebec City on September 27th at Théâtre Petit Champlain / Maison de la Chanson.
Lisa LeBlanc @ Quebec City
Théâtre Petit Champlain / Maison de la Chanson
Saturday, September 27th | 9pm
Lisa LeBlanc @ Montreal
Cabaret Lion d’Or
Tuesday, September 30th | 8pm
BRBR recently unveiled Lisa LeBlanc’s music video for J’pas un cowboy, from her Platinum selling debut album. Watch the video, directed by Didier Charette, on YouTube.
Lisa LeBlanc will head over to the Old Continent for an exclusive European tour. Only a few months after winning the 1er album France Inter/Télérama prize, the Acadian singer-songwriter will visit our French cousins, including a date at the Printemps de Bourges festival. She will also do two concerts in Switzerland on April 16th and 17th.
04/04 Drocourt, FR // Complexe Agora
04/05 Brehal, FR // Salle Polyvalente de Saint Martin
04/09 Bordeaux, FR // Rock School Barbey
04/10 Nîmes, FR // Paloma
04/11 Argenteuil, FR // La Cave dîmière
04/12 Fontenay-sous-Bois, FR // Espace Gerard Philippe
04/15 Paris, FR // Le Bataclan
04/16 Saint-Imier, CH // Centre Culturel & de loisirs
04/17 Wadënswil, CH // Théâtre Ticino
04/19 Istres, FR // L’Usine
04/23 Rennes, FR// Ubu
04/24 Bourges, FR // Palais d’Auron
Earlier this week, Lisa was awarded a Platinum disc for selling 80 000 copies of her debut album, released in March 2012 via Bonsound. Strong from the huge success gained over the last year with her 2012 award in the Breakthrough Artist of the Year category at l’ADISQ 2012, she was nominated once again this year at l’ADISQ for Female Artist of the Year. Her irresistible talent has been making waves all over, even charming the French. With over 300 shows under her belt and her album released in France, Switzerland and Belgium via Tôt ou Tard last March, Lisa just returned from the old continent, where she gave a series of concerts, including a date at La Cigale, in Paris.
Congratulations to Lisa!