Larry LeBlanc was just 14 years old when he wrote a story about the local music scene for a Toronto newspaper. He was soon asked to write for a monthly magazine for teens called the Canadian High News. His growing knowledge of local clubs and bands gave Larry the opportunity to book bands, which he also started doing at a young age. He wrote for Melody Maker and Rolling Stone before landing his dream job for Billboard Magazine in 1991. In 2007, he left the magazine to start his own music themed blog.
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