The Jimmy Lehoux Band
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The Jimmy Lehoux Band

Manchester, New Hampshire, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2014 | SELF

Manchester, New Hampshire, United States | SELF
Established on Jan, 2014
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"Jimmy Lehoux opens the show for Legendary Charlie Daniels"

Review 26 for The Charlie Daniels Band
3 / 5
Jimmy Lehoux opening act was incredible.
Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom
- Hampton Beach
, NH
- Fri, Sep 14, 2012
Posted 09/19/2012
by Horseloverswife
The opening act with Jimmy Lehoux was outstanding.
I felt the instrumentals in the Charlie Daniels band were too loud for the arena. The band was so loud you couldn't here Charlie's voice.
Favorite moment: Jimmy's performance
Opening act(s): Jimmy was great. He's the one I would pay to see again. - Ticketmaster

"Jimmy Lehoux opens for Ricochet at the Washington County Fair"

Jimmy Lehoux and Ricochet made a big appearance at The Washington County Fair. With their live explosive shows the crowd was certainly entertained to no end. -

"Jimmy Lehoux opens for Jerrod Niemann at The Asylum"

Jimmy opened for Jerrod Niemann at the Asylum in Portland ME Friday June 2nd!. - The Asylum

"Jimmy Lehoux opens show for Steve Azar with an acoustic performance"

Jimmy Lehoux opened the show with a acoustic set that certainly wowed the crowd. From his new released single "Twenty Toes in The Sand" to his own version of "Please Come To Boston", Jimmy had the crowd cheering for more - The Flying Monkey

"Jimmy Lehoux entertains crowd with a preshow concert which features Kenny Rogers"

On Friday July 27, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. Ruby Record's country singer/songwriter Jimmy Lehoux will be entertaining the audience with a pre show concert on the Magic Hat Stage at MeadowBrook Farm opening the venue up for a great night of country music with Kenny Rogers and The Oak Ridge Boys, Jimmy will also be performing an acoustic solo show after the Kenny Rogers show on the Magic Hat Stage. - Meadowbrook Farms

"Operation Thank You"

Join the Northwood Recreation Department on July 14, 2012 from 5:00 PM – 7:00 pm as we honor our men and women in uniform that have and are currently serving our country. We will be holding the first concert of our 2nd Annual Summer Concert Series. The concert will feature Scott Thurston, The NH 39th Army National Guard Band, and Jimmy Lehoux.

Scott Thurston is a native of Penacook, NH. He will be performing the National Anthem.

The 39th Army Band, New Hampshire Army National Guard can trace its lineage back 125 years to its inception in Manchester in 1879. The band is comprised of musicians representing many communities throughout our state. The members of the 39th Army Band are dedicated soldiers whose high standard of performance is respected and anticipated wherever they perform. Truly, the 39th Army Band is a shining example of New Hampshires soldiers at their finest.

The band is stationed in Manchester, New Hampshire at the Manchester Readiness Center located at 1059 Canal Street. The 39th Army Band has represented the United States of America overseas on missions that have included St. Croix, Virgin Islands, Athens, Greece and Good will Ambassadors to the country of Costa Rica in July 1995.

Jimmy Lehoux, along with his band, The Lehousiana Boys, has packed his own beginning venues in his home state of New Hampshire and is now taking Nashville by storm. His live shows are mixed with ballads and narrative story songs and this did-it-his-own-way Cowboy is destined to be heard across America. Jimmy Lehoux’s rapid rise to the top of the country music scene in the Northeast has been as natural and organic as the music he makes. He continues to push the boundaries of country music forward. - The Forum

"Live and Let Live Hoedown Jamboree"

Jimmy Lehoux Band entertained to help raise funds for Live and Let Live Farm who take in abandoned horses - Live and Let Live Farm

"Jimmy Lehoux heads out to promote "Thirteen" with a radio tour"

Out on the Southeastern leg of his current radio tour, Ruby Records recording artist Jimmy Lehoux made a stop at station WXFL-FM in Florence, Al. After blogging to station listeners with PD Fletch Brown, Lehoux performed his new single “Twenty Toes In The Sand” for the station staff and for a group of young people from the local area D.A.R.E program who were touring the Big River Broadcasting complex.

After his performance, Jimmy stayed to answer questions from the young group of visitors. He talked to them about his experiences in the music industry and about the importance of setting and achieving their goals and following their dreams. - Music News Nashville

"Jimmy Lehoux opens for Phil Vassar"

Jimmy Lehoux opens for Phil Vassar with a special solo acoustic performance at The Colonial Theatre
Thursday, July 1st, Jimmy Lehoux will open for Phil Vassar with a special solo acoustic performance at the Colonial Theatre in Keene, NH. - Colonial Theater Keene NH

"Wishstock - All Star Band"

The Make-A-Wish All-Stars, featuring Skunk Baxter formerly of the Doobie Brothers; Fran Sheehan and Barry Goodreau, formerly of Boston; Kenny Arronoff, drummer who has worked with the Smashing Pumpkins; Chris Chaney, former lead singer for Jane's Addiction; Charlie Farren, former lead singer of Farrenheit and Mike Mangini, the lightning fast drummer who has worked with Extreme and Steve Vai. NH's own Jimmy Lehoux to open the show

- Make A Wish Foundation

"Jimmy Lehoux opens for Travis Tritt"

JIMMY LEHOUX - Meadowbrook Farms

"Jimmy Lehoux is "Helping William Walk""

****SOLD OUT *****
The Jimmy Lehoux Band hit the stage Sunday March 4th for the Helping William Walk Benefit Concert with both guns blazing to a sold out matinee show at the Stockbridge Theater. There was not a dry eye in the house when William took the stage front and center with Mr Jimmy Lehoux as they looked out into the audience.Thanks for all the support, 93.3 The Wolf, WOKQ, WZID, WKLB ,WHEB, Rock 101 for sending a DJ to Mc this event, The union leader and all
the local community papers. And to all the Jimmy Lehoux Croux Fans
Click Here Read What People Who Came to The Helping William Walk Benefit Concert Had to Say About the Show -

"Jimmy Lehoux opens the show for Leann Rimes"

Ruby Records singer/songwriter Jimmy Lehoux shared the stage will all time great Leann Rimes last night at Hampton Beach Club Casino. With this venue just across the street from the beach and Jimmy ending the show with his single release of "Twenty Toes In The Sand" bringing the crowd to there feet with applause.

- Ticketmaster reviews

"New Music Weekend reviews "Thirteen""

This CD is a good mixture of country songs with some heartfelt ballads and happy songs to get you up and moving, or just relaxing and thinking back with your own thoughts. Jimmy Lehoux is up and coming – follow him on his own website, Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, Reverbnation and his own YouTube channel. Pick up the CD and sit back for a wonderful musical ride! - New Music Weekend

"Jimmy Lehoux releases single "Twenty Toes In The Sand" off new Cd titled "Thirteen""

Jimmy Lehoux releases single "Twenty Toes In The Sand" off new Cd titled "Thirteen" - Music News

"Ruby Records Signs Nashville Recording Artist Jimmy Lehoux"

Ruby Records Signs Nashville Recording Artist Jimmy Lehoux
Nashville, TN – Indie label Ruby Records announced the signing of Nashville Singer Songwriter Mr Jimmy Lehoux. Gary Crane, CEO of Ruby Records and its parent company Capitol Productions, made that announcement from the label’s home office in New Hampshire.

The Nashville office will be the home base for the release of Ruby Records artist Jimmy Lehoux. Lehoux’s first single, “Twenty Toes In The Sand”, ships to radio later this month.
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The Thompson Entertainment Group has been tapped to handle marketing and pr for the imprint. Announcements regarding other strategic business alliances from the Nashville office will be coming later in the month.

For more information on Ruby Records go to - Ruby Records

"Ruby Records Expands To Nashville"

Nashville, TN (May 25, 2011) – Indie label Ruby Records announced the opening of their Nashville office today. Gary Crane, CEO of Ruby Records and its parent company Capital Productions, made that announcement from the label’s home office in New Hampshire.
The Nashville office will be the home base for the release of Ruby Records artist Jimmy Lehoux.
Tom McBee & Associates will handle the radio promotion for the for the single and The Thompson Entertainment Group has been tapped to handle marketing and public relations for the imprint.

For more information on Ruby Records go to

Contact Information for Ruby Records:
603-715-1044 New Hampshire Office
615-754-8004 ext 3 Nashville Office

Radio Promotion Contact:

Tom McBee
Tom McBee & Associates

Marketing/Public Relations Contact:
Chuck Thompson
Thompson Entertainment Group
615-742-8004 ext 2 - Ruby Records

"There's A New Independent In Town"

Ruby Records, an independent label based in New Hampshire, has opened a Nashville office. The Nashville office will handle the release of Jimmy LeHoux.

Thompson Entertainment Group will handle the marketing and PR while Tom McBee & Associates will handle the radio promo for the single. - Ruby Records

"Jimmy Lehoux Shakes It Up From Coast to Coast"

Rising country star Jimmy Lehoux and his music are shaking things up from one side of the country to the other.

Nashville, TN (September 27, 2010) – Rising country star Jimmy Lehoux and his music are shaking things up from one side of the country to the other. Jimmy is the SingerUniverse Magazine’s Best Vocalist Of The Month for September. The Studio City, CA based publication chose his performance on the song “Even When It Rains” from hundreds of songs crossing all genres of music. SUM’s editor, Dale Kawashima, describes Jimmy’s vocal performance on “Even When It Rains”, from his as yet unreleased CD Thirteen, as a “rich, soulful performance” and describes the song as “a graceful, midtempo ballad which has a classic country feels reminiscent of George Strait and Randy Travis”.

Meanwhile, back on the east coast Lehoux and his band walked onto the stage at The Big “O” (the Oxford Fair) in Oxford, ME for round one of The Country Up Band Challenge, faced off with four other bands, and walked off as the night’s winner! Just three days later, on Sept 18th, they returned to the same stage to face five more bands, a table of judges and thousands of people in the grandstands. At the end of the night, like a heavy weight fighter victorious at a rematch, Jimmy and the band once again walked away again the winner, this time the recipient of the $25,000 first place award.

“This was a great opportunity to get a bunch of wonderful talent together from across the country. Jimmy Lehoux put on a great show and certainly deserved to leave in first place,” said judge Corey Garrison, the music director of powerhouse country radio station 99.3 The Wolf. As the accolades continue to roll in, it is clear that many people believe just as Garrison does - Today's Country

"Jimmy Lehoux's CD "Thirteen" Released"

With an impressive resume that includes opening spots for the likes of Charlie Daniels, Alabama, Little Feat, and more, Jimmy Lehoux is an artist that is primed and ready to take on the country music world and “Thirteen,” certainly challenges what has become typically known as the country music mainstream. Lehoux set out to create an album that is influenced by the tradition of country music, but at the same time make it modern enough to attract attention and create his own distinct sound. By using some of Nashville’s biggest songwriters including Brett James, Mark Nesler, and Tony Martin, he more than achieved the modernized, traditional, sound. With the upbeat “The Way Things Are” Lehoux will have your boots clicking off the dance floor, but that’s not where this album truly shines. Those songs are fun and make you move but his lyrics as you dig deeper into the album are those that country music is all about. Great stories about everyday life and living fill the album. “The Waiting Room,” features a lyric that focuses on waiting in a hospital waiting room as a loved one is fighting to hang on, while on a track like “Discovering You,” Lehoux takes an upbeat approach to a catchy lyric about walking down a path of mistakes that eventually lead you right to that special someone that you were destined to meet. With solid lyrics, a distinctive drawl to his vocals, and a modern enough style in the music, Lehoux has created a solid effort that will easily attract attention from the traditionalists and the country music fans of today. - Today's Country

"Jimmy Lehoux Thrills Crowd At Gillette Stadium"

Jimmy Lehoux Thrills Crowd At Gillette Stadium
Wins ‘Next Big Star Contest’ To Open Boston Stop Of Chesney Tour
On Saturday night, July 26, Jimmy Lehoux joined a star-studded line up on the stage of the Gillette Stadium performing for thousands as the opening act for the Foxborough, MA stop of Kenny Chesney's wildly successful Poets & Pirates Tour. Jimmy was chosen from hundreds of entries from all over New England, each competing for the coveted spot.
On Friday night, July 25th, Jimmy and his band took the stage at the packed Hard Rock Café in Boston to face off with three other finalists, performing for a panel of music industry professionals. Their performance clinched the spot and the next day was a whirlwind. "It was amazing to be on that stage with Sammy Hagar, LeAnn Rimes, Keith Urban and, of course Kenny Chesney", says Lehoux of the experience. "The audience response was incredible and the whole organization treated us like superstars. I soaked in every minute. It was awesome!"
As one of the local market winners, Jimmy is now in the running for a grand prize package that includes three more opening slots on the Poets & Pirates Tour and a live audition for the executives of SONY/BMG Records at their Nashville office.
- All About

"Vocalist of The Month with "Even When It Rains""

Jimmy Lehoux, a talented country artist based in Manchester, New Hampshire, has won the September SingerUniverse “Best Vocalist Of The Month” Competition, for his performance of the song “Even When It Rains” (written by Tony Martin). "Even When It Rains" will be included on his upcoming album, Thirteen, which will be released at the end of this year or in early 2011.

“Even When It Rains” is graceful, midtempo ballad which has a classic country feel reminiscent of George Strait and Randy Travis. This song has an easy-going style which is pleasant to listen to, and it provides a fine showcase for Lehoux's rich, soulful vocal performance. "Even When It Rains" was expertly produced by Tom McBee of Nashville, who produced all the songs on Lehoux's album.

Lehoux was born and raised in Manchester, NH. When he was nine, he started to perform as a lead singer in church, and he also learned to play guitar. Lehoux was inspired by listening to such favorite artists as George Strait, Kenny Rogers and Ronnie Milsap. "Even though I grew up in New England, I knew early on I loved country music and wanted to sing and write country songs," recalled Lehoux.

Following high school, Lehoux attended Rivier College in New Hampshire for three years, but he then decided to focus fulltime on his music career. In 1999 he recorded his first album Born On The Tracks, and he moved to Nashville in 2000 to develop his songwriting and establish contacts. However, in 2003, he and his wife Kate decided to move back to Manchester to start a family.

Jimmy Lehoux

"I still commuted back-and-forth many times to Nashville, and things picked up in 2006 when I met producer Tom McBee," explained Lehoux. "Tom and I started to work together on an album, and we decided that this album would feature great new songs by top Nashville writers. So we were able to get terrific songs by such A-List writers as Brett James, Ken Bell, Tony Martin and Liz Miller."

Lehoux's new album Thirteen has now been completed and is ready for release. However, due to interest from some major labels, Lehoux and his manager Gary Crane (of Capital Productions) are currently deciding whether to release this album independently or via a major label.

In the meantime, Lehoux continues to perform steadily with his longtime band (Scot Gibbs, guitar; Greg Gagne, drummer; Vinnie Marisola; fiddle & steel guitar; Jared Williams, bass & vocals; and Al Gagnon, keyboards). The band has opened for many stars, including Charlie Daniels, Alabama, Little Feat, Marshall Tucker Band, Phil Vassar and LeAnn Rimes. Notably, Lehoux & band also opened up for Kenny Chesney at Gillette Stadium in - Singer Universe


Born On The Tracks
Twenty Toes In The Sand
Discovering You
Jack and Charlie Daniels



Jimmy Lehoux is that rarest breed of country singer one with style and substance. One who is determined to make history, not just repeat it.

Though his life is steeped in the traditions of country, Lehouxs music is stamped with his own unique style. He honors the past, but refuses to live in it and that is why he continues to push the boundaries of country music forward, creating an exciting new blend that is as emotionally potent as it is commercially appealing.
That is just what you would expect from this iconic, straight-talking, did-it-his-own-way kind of cowboy. Hes the kind of singer who didnt have to think twice about making a living playing country music. Thats because country music has been an integral part of his life since before he could talk, a fact that is even more impressive considering he was born and raised in New Hampshire.

Whether it was fate or perhaps a calling, Lehoux was destined to be a country music singer and songwriter and his story and musical journey began almost at birth. By the time he was three, he was singing songs along with the radio. He got his first guitar at age nine and began performing in his familys church. At sixteen, he recorded six songs in a Nashville recording studio and shortly after the New Hampshire Country Music Association named him the Youth Male Vocalist of the Year. Jimmy continued to win awards and garner critical acclaim as he formed a band and began taking his home state by storm.

Jimmy Lehoux and the Lehousiana Boys packed clubs and earned a reputation for a ferocious live show. Jimmy soon began getting calls to open for country music and rock legends like Alabama, Charlie Daniels, Pam Tillis, Little Feat, Marshall Tucker and Molly Hatchet to name a few.

After years of nonstop performances, Lehoux took a break to cut thirteen new tracks in Nashville with producer Tom McBee. Jimmy describes the project saying, "For this record we wanted to stretch the limits of country music to create a very distinct but very traditional country sound. We wanted to find a blend of something really commercially viable, but still different enough to help the music stand out". Producer McBee relied on years of working closely with artists and with radio to help Jimmy capture the frenetic, explosive energy of his live shows and mix it with ballads and narrative story songs that engage the heart as well as the mind.

McBee tapped some of Nashvilles best songwriters to find the seamless blend of old and new on "Thirteen". Gems like the Jimmy Buffett influenced Twenty Toes In The Sand (Tom Stipe/Liz Miller), the potent ballad Turn Off My Heart (Ken Bell/Charles Quillen) and other great songs from Brett James, Tony Martin, Mark Nesler, Nathan Woodard and others. Thirteen is track after track of great songs from a singer at the top of his game and comfortable in his own skin.

Band Members