Marc (Bones) LeBlanc
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Marc (Bones) LeBlanc

Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada

Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada
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"New Brunswick bands show promise for 2010 music scene"

Another New Brunswicker heading to perform during the Olympics won't be armed with anything more than a carefully selected arsenal of music.

DJ Bones' has continued to flourish in 2009. As the host of monthly "Indie Pop Night" events throughout New Brunswick and the Maritimes, DJ Bones (aka Marc Xavier Leblanc) will be heading to Vancouver in February to DJ an event being held in conjunction with the Olympics.

And soon after the Olympics have wrapped up, Leblanc will be getting set to take part in his first DJ event outside of our Canadian borders.

He will be heading to France in March to DJ during an event being organized by L'Association Francophonie ENS, reportedly one of the most prestigious graduate schools in France.

When asked who he feels shows a great deal of potential as the world prepares for 2010, Leblanc contributes more than a few names to our quickly growing list:

"Pascal Lejeune released a great album this past year which was recorded by Yves Desrosiers, who is highly sought-after producer in Quebec," Leblanc says. "Pascal's album has been getting airplay all over the world and he's now starting to tour throughout Canada and is even heading to Europe for shows."

"I think that Kevin McIntyre is another person to keep an eye on in the New Year. He is one of the founding members of Test Tone Channel, who I consider to be one of Moncton's most underrated bands. He has found his voice as a solo artist, has great songs and shows an incredible amount of potential."

Speaking of showing an incredible amount of potential, I had two record labels and bands on those labels consistently rear their heads in e-mails I received.

The first of those labels, Forward Music Group, operates out of Fredericton and has an impressive stable of bands including The Slate Pacific, The Olympic Symphonium, Grand Theft Bus and The Motorleague. - Here Magazine (Brunswick News)


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