Lenny Leblanc Biography, Age, Family, Height, and Net Worth

Lenny Leblanc Biography

Lenny LeBlanc is an American gospel musician and songwriter. He was born June 17, 1951 Leominster, Massachusetts, United States.

He started his career with Pete Carr in 1975 and later separated ways when both had different plans for their profession. A resident of Alabama, he is known for the song “Falling” and has sung with many artists. Since 1987, LeBlanc works at his own studio in Muscle Shoals, Alabama.

Age|How Old Is Lenny?

He was born on June 17, 1951 .He is 71 years old as of 2022.

Height and Weight

His height is still  unknown and weight not available but will soon be updated.

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Lenny Leblanc Education

He graduated from high school in 1969 and moved to Cincinnati, Ohio in 1970.

Lenny Leblanc Early Life

In 1955 his family moved south to Daytona Beach, Florida. LeBlanc spent his summers on the beach surfing until he met some teens that played guitars. He later landed a job washing dishes to pay for his first bass guitar.

During the next three years of school Lenny played at dances and local clubs around Daytona, developing his vocal talents as well. He graduated from high school in 1969 and moved to Cincinnati, Ohio in 1970. He has resided in Florence, Alabama since 1973.

Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth ranging $100K-1M.

Lenny Leblanc Wife

Lenny lives in Florence, Alabama, with his wife Sherrie.

Children

The couple have been blessed with one daughter called Hanna.

Music Career

Musical career LeBlanc performing together with Don Moen Former bandmember and good friend Pete Carr had become a very successful producer andstudio guitarist in Muscle ShoalsAlabama.

In 1975he recorded a demo and producer Pete Carr sent a copy to JerryWexler at Atlantic Records.
After a while Carr decided he enjoyed making the records more than promotingthem so the duo went theiseparate ways.

LeBlanc continued writing songs and pursuing a solo effortthis time withCapitol Records.In 1980LeBlanc became a born again Christian and began recording Christian-themed music.

In 1983Heartland Records released Say a Prayer followed by Person to Personin 1984.
In 1987LeBlanc opened his own recording studio in Muscle ShoalsAlabamawhere he does his own productions as well as others.

Album

Year

Album title

Label

Awards

1976

Lenny LeBlanc

Atlantic/Big Tree

Yielded one chart single

1978

Midnight Light

Atlantic/Big Tree – Leblanc and Carr

Yielded two Top 40 singles and one Top 15 single: “Falling” (co-written by LeBlanc and Eddie Struzick)

1980

Breakthrough

MSS/Capitol – Lenny LeBlanc

Yielded one Top 50 single

1983

Say a Prayer

Heartland/CBSPriority – Lenny LeBlanc

Yielded one Top 10 single: “Say a Prayer”

1984

Person to Person

Heartland/Benson – Lenny LeBlanc

Yielded one Top 15 single: “He is the One”

1990

Single: “Forgive One Another”

Faithful Heart Maranatha/Benson

Member of group Faithful Heart Maranatha/Benson Yielded No. 2 single “Forgive One Another”

1991

Prisoner of Love

Maranatha/Benson – Lenny LeBlanc

Yielded 2 Top 15 singles: “Praise Him” and “Prisoner of Love”

1991

Pure Heart

Integrity Hosanna (Worship Series)

 

1994

All My Dreams

Integrity Music – Lenny LeBlanc

Yielded No. 5 AC single: “Born to Worship”; No. 7 AC single: “All My Dreams”; and No. 1 Country Christian single: “A Carpenters Son”

1996

The Bridge

Integrity Music – Lenny LeBlanc

Yielded Top 15 CCM single: “River of Forgiveness”; and Top 10 inspirational single: “The Bridge”

1999

Above All

Integrity – Lenny LeBlanc

Yielded Top 15 inspirational single: “I Believe”

Lenny Leblanc Songs

  • 1976 – Hound Dog Man – Big Tree
  • 1977 – Lenny LeBlanc – Atlantic/Big Tree
  • 1978 – Midnight Light (as LeBlanc & Carr) –
    Atlantic/Big Tree
  • 1980 – Breakthrough – Heartland/Capitol
  • 1983 – Say a Prayer – Heartland/CBS-Priority
  • 1984 – Person to Person – Heartland/Benson
  • 1990 – Faithful Heart – Maranatha!/Benson
  • 1991 – Prisoner of Love –
    Maranatha!/Benson
  • 1991 – Pure Heart – Hosanna! Music/Integrity
  • 1994 – All My Dreams – Integrity Music
  • 1996 – The Bridge – Integrity Music
  • 1999 – Above All – Integrity Music
  • 2002 – One Desire – Integrity Music
  • 2006 – Arise: A Celebration of Worship – Integrity Music
  • 2007 – All For Love – Integrity Music
  • 2007 – Songs From My Living Room (DVD) – LenSongs Pictures
  • 2008 – Christmas Night – Indelible Creative Group
  • 2010 – Love Like No Other – In:ciite
  • 2012 – Anthology — The Best of Lenny
    LeBlanc – In:ciite

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