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International Recording Artist Pierre LeBlanc aka Lucky is a versatile musician, composer, producer and engineer.

The Lucky Plus Band performs a variety of styles, the group can seamlessly switch from  Kompa, Twoubadou, Zouk, Reggae, Calypso, Soca and R&B classic in collaboration with Soul Singer Jeff Calloway.

News Flash: September 2016 Lucky release a tasteful Kompa rendition of Chris De Burgh Mega Hit "Lady in Red"

In January 2016 Lucky celebrated 25 years of recording by assembling the very best in his repertoire and releasing a double CD album entitled “Anthology 1991-2016”  

The album "Anthology" tastefully combined different styles for your uninterrupted musical delight. CD One is for dancers to groove to the sound of Kompa, Twoubadou and Soca beat, CD Two is simply for lovers. Lucky has selected a variety of love songs spiced with the flavors of Jazz & R&B for a very soulful experience. Pick CD one or CD two and enjoy Lucky’s best.

 

With a long list of studio sessions and productions to his credit, Lucky continues to surprise the public with every new release. 

His 2013 release, Pascal & Lucky entitled “Oh Haiti This is Love” is a tribute to the Bolero Genre. 

Lucky Plus Kompa CD entitled “Tout Moun Jwen” released in 2011 was an instant success.

Lucky Twoubadou CD “Poupe Kreyol” launched in November 2007 was a tribute to the Twoubadou Genre. 

Nandy & Lucky’s Contemporary Jazz CD  “Collaboration I” released in 2006 with pianist / composer Nandy Pierre-Louis cemented Lucky's reputation as a premiere guitarist / producer.

Lucky is also well known in the R & B Classic / Rock Genre and has performed and recorded with Hall of fame artists such as: Charlie Thomas Drifters, Terry Johnson’s Flamingo, The Mystics, Shades of Blue and Jeff Calloway to name a few.

 

HISTORY

As a teenager growing up in New York, Pierre LeBlanc (Peter) made his debut with the Kompa group Patchou Combo and studied a little Jazz with guitarist Claude Denise. In 1978, Lucky joined the U.S. Air Force where he met the infamous Funk bass player Vinni, and together they formed the R&B Band Executive Suite. During the same period Lucky also performed with Rock Band The Toyz.

Upon relocating to Miami in 1984, Lucky joined the group Voila, a seven-piece variety band. Voila was a local success doing both club gigs and playing major festivals in Miami, such as Goombay Festival, Miss Haiti Beauty Pageant and Zouk Scandal at the Marine Stadium.

In 1988. Lucky with friend and long-time associate Claude Remy formed the group Vision INTL. For the next four years, they played throughout South Florida venues such as Sundays on the Bay, Shooters, Mombassa Bay.

In 1991, Lucky collaborated with the great saxophonist Loubert Chancy in the “Loubert Chancy & Friends” project, which featured Kompa greats such as Anderson Cameau. 

Lucky Pierre released his first CD “So Fine” in 1991, a R&B classic project featuring vocalist Jeff Calloway

In 1992 Lucky and took a break from the live scene to sharpen his production and engineering skills. He later founded the five piece group D’Votion in 1994, and performed on a regular basis at Mangos and Promenade, South Beach's top 2 live entertainment venues from 1994 to 1997. 

Lucky also released two CDs under Antilles Mikiz label in Collaboration with Jeff Wainright: Superstar in 1997 and Pirouli in 1999

Lucky launched the Purple Room Recording Studio in 1998.

 

Lucky believes in giving back, as a philanthropist Lucky is co-founder “of Rhonda Eyes Alliance Inc” an organization that provide eye care for the Less Fortunate of Haiti. From 2007 to present the organization has helped thousands of people providing glasses, treatment of eye diseases and cataract surgeries. for more info see: www.rhondaeyesalliance.org