Date: January 25, 2015
Time: 9:45 am -11:00 am
Event: Church With Rev. Charlotte
Topic: I'll Be Playing Guitar During The Meditation AND During The Service
Venue: Community Spiritual Center - Rev. Charlotte Faust
Location: 8125 West Sahara ( Inside Family Music Center)
Las Vegas, NV
USA
Public: Public

I’m Playing This Sunday! Stop By IF You Are In Town…

Robby LeBlanc is performing this Sunday at a local church. So if you are in town and would like to catch me playing some solo classical guitar, come on by!

HERE ARE THE DETAILS:
Rev. Cynthia Clair
Las Vegas Center for Spiritual Living
4325 North Rancho Drive, suite 110
Las Vegas, NV 89130
702-255-6412

Service Starts at 10 am and goes till about 11:15.

If you are able to make, please make sure to stop by and say hello!

Keep Being Brilliant!
Robby LeBlanc

Finding God

I have always been a student of spiritual studies as
far back as I can remember. The video below entitled
"Finding God"  is a final project for one of the classes I
was taking at my church.  

The music in the video is music that I wrote called
"Have You Ever Wondered" which is on my CD.
called "You Touch Me". Turn up your speakers before
the you hit the play button on the video.

I'd love to hear your comments...

Have a Great Day,
Robby

Taj Mahal Trip

A while back Vickie and I had the good fortune of traveling to India and seeing
the Taj Mahal. We were invited by our good friend and spiritual warrior Father Leo.
Father Leo came to our church as a guest speaker on the same day I was the feature
musician. We hit it off instantly. He thought it may be possible to have me perform
at the Taj Mahal for a special ceremony. That didn't work out but I did play at a number
of other places while in India... 

With that in mind...
I now know why the taj Mahal is among the Seven Wonders of the World.
Just a block down the street from the Taj Mahal is extreme poverty like
I have never seen. I have never scene such deformed people before.

I will never forget as we were walking toward the entrance to The Taj,
we had to move aside because a heard of water buffalo were coming!

The Taj Mahal will take your breath away. It is spectacular in every
sense of the word. The size, the beauty, the marble...They started
building it in 1632 and finished in in 1653. Over 20,000 people
helped to build this over a 17 year period.

Taj Mahal stands in the city of Agra, in the northern Indian
state of Uttar Pradesh, on the banks of the Yamuna River. Watch
for the photo in the video. It's on the river.

It was built by the Mogul emporer Shah Jahanbeautiful in memory
of his favorite wife. It is a mausoleum. When you walk inside you will
hear the most magnificent reverb. It's chilling. I wondered what it
would be like to play my guitar inside the Taj Mahal.

When Vickie and I were there, we saw buddist monks, catholic nuns,
muslums, hindu, holyman and tourist from all over the world.

The music in the backgrround is a live recording I made from my
video camera of a group of 4oo students singing at the Gandhi Museum
in Deli just a few days prior.

Here is a Video Slideshow of our trip The Taj Mahal...All the photos are ours.

I'll be posting more of our India trip in the very near future..

I'd love to hear your comments...Click on the Comments button
or scroll down to reply.

Have a Great Day,
Robby

Strings For Tibet – Cavatina

I opened the Las Vegas "Strings For Tibet" Concert with a
song by Stanley Meyers called Cavatina. This song was featured
in the movie the Deer Hunter with Robert DeNiro.

I used a Godin Guitar Synthesizer with a Roland VG-99. With this
combination I was able to create a Sitar/Guitar sound. It sounded great.
This piece was originally written for Classical Guitar and Orchestra. In this
version, I improvised an solo introduction just playing my guitar synthesizer.
The band doesn't come in for a minute or two. Notice the Sitar/Bells
sound...After the video, tell me what you think...

I look forward to your comments...