LeBlanc has been described as being the glue that holds the Canadian
music industry together. He has a deep knowledge of music going
back through decades, knows everyone. His wife Anya and I are old
friends, having first met when she was a record company plugger
in the early 70’s, working a portfolio that included Marc
Bolan, David Bowie and later Paul McCartney. She was a regular visitor
to ‘Whistle Test’ and the old ‘Sounds of the 70’s’
programmes I used to do for Radio 1.” BBC Radio 2
presenter Bob Harris in Maverick magazine.
Wilson started in the music industry in the late '60s in London,
England with her promotion and publicity company The Acme Plug Co.
Representing such leading artists as David Bowie, Janis Joplin,
Sir Paul McCartney, the Kinks, the Who, and Jimi Hendrix, Anya established
herself in music history.
there she went on to represent Anne Murray, and Linda Ronstadt for
Capitol Records UK before she moved to Canada in the late '70s.
Joining Cachet Records in Toronto as National Promotion Manager,
she handled media campaigns for Ernest Tubb, and Johnny Cash.
1980, Anya founded Anya Wilson Promotion & Publicity which has
grown to become one of Canada’s leading radio promotion, and
have included Garth Brooks, Jimmy Buffett, Dwight Yoakam, Hey Romeo,
Jo Hikk, Little Miss Higgins, Aaron Pritchett, and the Wilkinsons.
Among her current clients are George Canyon, The Band Perry, Livy
Jeanne, and One More Girl.
Larry LeBlanc has been an influential figure in Canadian music for
four decades, he is also recognized as one of the leading music
industry journalists in the world.
bureau chief of Billboard magazine from 1991-2007, Larry was also
the Canadian editor of its late competitor Record World, 1970-1980.
As well, he was co-founder of the late Canadian music trade, The
is currently senior writer of the weekly U.S. entertainment trade
CelebrityAccess overseeing the influential profile series, “In
The Hot Seat.”
byline has appeared in over a thousand publications including Rolling
Stone, Guitar Player, the Globe & Mail, and Maclean’s.
He has been extensively quoted on music issues in hundreds of publications
including Time, Forbes, the London Times and the New York Times.
was the associate producer of the 1996 four-CD box set “Oh
What A Feeling,” and co-executive producer of its follow-up
“Oh What A Feeling 2” in 2001. The two comprehensive
retrospectives of Canadian music raised $4.8 million for Canadian
is co-author of the 2010 book “Music From Far And Wide: Celebrating
40 Years Of The Juno Awards.”
LEBLANC (VP OF CREATIVE)
LeBlanc is an experienced videographer/editor with a decade of experience
in the music industry. A graduate of Humber College’s film
and television program, she has filmed and edited videos for Jeff
Healey, David Clayton-Thomas, John McDermott, and The Memphis Folk
Alliance Conference. As well, she has worked in production on DVDs
of Deadmau5, the Canadian Tenors, and a Vans Warped Tour.
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