LeRoux right here and now
Jim Odom joined forces with LeRoux in 1981 for the RCA Records release of So Fired Up. Born July 14th, 1961 in Baton Rouge, LA, Jim began his musical career at an early age.
Tony Haselden is a founding member of Louisiana's LeRoux. Tony's unique and brilliant guitar style created the textures that helped define the band's sound.
Rod Roddy was born in Houma, Louisiana. Rod, a renowned pianist, was a huge inspiration on the music of LeRoux. His funky rhythm and incredible improvisation skills were a key ingredient in the musical textures that gave LeRoux its unique sound.
Joey Decker hails from Baton Rouge, LA where he has played music most of his life. As the new bass player for Louisiana's LeRoux, Joey knew he had some big shoes to fill...
Nelson Blanchard was born on January 13, 1953. At the tender age of 10, he was already a performer in clubs with The Richard Brothers, a popular local group from the Pierre Part, LA area (Nelson's birthplace).
Mark Duthu's connections with LeRoux go back to the earliest roots of the group The Levee Band in the early '70s. Keyboardist Rod Roddy and Mark go back both musically and as close friends to their high school days in Houma, LA.
Leon Medica's name appears on over 90 albums and 10 movies. He received an American Music Award in 1989 for producing Doobie Brother Tom Johnston's "Where Are You Tonight?" on the Dirty Dancing movie and the over 52 million-selling soundtrack.
Randy Carpenter has been a part of the community of drummers in Baton Rouge, Louisiana from an early age. In fact, he was in 5th grade when he received his first Ludwig snare drum.
Jeff McCarty is a staple of South Louisiana, with a soulful, blues voice that evokes emotion and moves audiences.