Myra LeBlanc

Myra LeBlanc


I am a country singer/songwriter from Yarmouth NS. I have recently recorded a 10-song debut CD, entitled, “So the Story Goes…” You will find a variety of Music from fun and edgy to wise and reflective on this CD. My new Duo is Called "Highroad"


Myra Leblanc was born and raised on the French Shore of Clare, NS. She was raised with a love for music coming directly from a musical background dating as far back as the 1900’s and as far away as Louisiana. Her family tree boasts very musical relatives, including Ron “Black” Guidry (The Cajun Man) who is seen on many TV commercials. You may recognize his "AIYEEE" for KIA, which helped to make him well known in the TV and music biz.

Myra began singing as soon as she could talk, but she didn’t take it too seriously until 10 years ago, when she decided that she would pursue a career in country music. She has won several local talent contests including the “Western Nova Scotia Exhibition”, “The Blue Live Talent Contest”, and also was a finalist in the “Little Nashville Idol” contest in Dartmouth, NS. Myra also qualified as one of the finalists in “CMT Project Discovery 2001”, in Bridgewater, NS.
Myra has recently recorded a debut CD
Some of the songwriters on her new CD are:
Ande Rasmussen Co-wrote Myra’s song called “Zip” with Donna Aylor - who is an accomplished songwriter from San Angelo, Texas.
“Ande Rasmussen” also co wrote the song, "Home Made of Stone" with Nashville Star Runner up, John Arthur Martinez and Steve Seskin, the song debuted on the Billboard Country Charts in February 2004.

Dan McVeigh from Ontario Canada co-wrote some of the songs on the album while songwriters such as:
Jeff Moxcey co wrote some of the other songs on the album.

Artists who have opened for Jo Dee Messina, Jessica Andrews, Diamond Rio, Tracy Lawrence and Alabama have also recorded Jeff’s songs. He also has songs under contract with publishers in Nashville and was a finalist in the John Lennon Song Contest.

You’ll find that Myra’s personality comes through in this album. Some of the fun songs that are on the album such as “Like Shania Twain” and “Zip” shows her fun side and her uncanny way of looking at life with a little humor.

Her Ballad called “Love will Be” will touch every girl’s heart, young or old, as it talks about the meaning of Love.

Myra’s songs “ That’s Life” and A little Too Lonely” get regular airplay on radio CJLS, and a lot of support in her hometown of Yarmouth, NS where she currently resides.


Radio CJLS 95.5 FM is a huge supporter of Myra's Music, giving her regular airplay.

Set List

Our set list includes a mix of My original songs along with some covers, here is a typical set list:

Burn Your Memory Down-Myra LeBlanc
Down in Mississippi- Sugarland
California Girls- Gretchen Wilson
Life #9-Martina McBride
He's not Mr Right-Myra LeBlanc
When God fearing women get the blues-Martina
After the Rain- Blue Rodeo
Simple life-Carolyn Dawn Johnson
Love is a Rollercoaster-Myra LeBlanc
Love will Be- Myra LeBlanc
Zip-Myra LeBlanc
Two Beds are Better than One Bed-Myra LeBlanc
Like Shania Twain-Myra LeBlanc
Love Starts talking-Wynonna
All Jacked Up-Gretchen Wilson
Leave the Pieces- The Wreckers
I'm taking the wheel-Shedaisy
A Little Too Lonely- Myra LeBlanc
Brand New Girlfriend
Somebody like you-Keith Urban
Here for the Party-Gretchen Wilson
Driving my life away-Eddie Rabbit
Two more Bottles of Wine-Martina McBride
That's Life-Myra Leblanc

These are just a few of the songs that we do in a typical evening. We like to keep it upbeat and party atmosph