NA 3374

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NA 3374 (local)
Alternate Title
Herbert LeBlanc Interview (Alternative Title)
August 20 2005 (Recording date)
Herbert LeBlanc, interviewed by Clifford R. Murphy, August 20, 2005, in his camper van in Bridgewater, Nova Scotia.  LeBlanc, a country musician, grew up in Nova Scotia and played with a band called Les Tymeux De La Baie. LeBlanc talks about his early family life; fiddling family; “Bienvenue a Clare” (”Welcome to Clare” on Sounds of Nova Scotia); favorite country musicians; Hawkshaw Hawkins; Hal Lone Pine; Betty Cody; Gene and Florence Hooper; how he became interested in playing; Don Messer; The Clare Tones (band); his family; yodeling; Johnny White; Gary Hall Hallida.  Includes performance by The Good Tymes Band (Track 1) and several performances by Herbert LeBlanc with his guitar throughout Tracks 2 and 3. Four color photos (P 9905- P 9908) of the Good Tymes Band, eight color photos of the 2005 Hank Snow Festival (P 9909- P 9916), two color photos of Herb LeBlanc (P 9917- P 9918). 
Creator and/or Contributor
Clifford Murphy (interviewer)
Copyright Notice
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38 (minutes)
10 (pages)
2 (images)
English | anglais [info:lc/vocabulary/iso639-2/eng] (Languages)
Other Subject Headings
country music (Local)
Temporal Coverage
1928 - 2009 (life span)
Geographic Coverage
Martime Provinces (Local)
New England (Local)
Preferred Citation
LeBlanc, Herbert interviewed by Clifford R. Murphy. August 20, 2005. NA 3374. Maine Folklife Center, University of Maine.
Related Entities:
Clifford Murphy (interviewer)