About

Leanne Pearson is an independent force to be reckoned with. She shows that there are no limits to an Independent Canadian Country Girl.

Leanne took home Music Video Of The Year for "Hot Pursuit" and Album Of The Year for "Pull It Off" at the 2019 Manitoba Country Music Awards. Leanne also took home Female Artist Of The Year at the 2018 Manitoba Country Music Awards. 

Leanne and her music were featured on an episode of the HGTV show Property Brothers in 2019. You can watch the episode here in Canada, or check for upcoming airings in the U.S. here.

Recently, “I Wanna Be More” and "Hot Pursuit" cracked the Top 100 at Canadian Country Radio in 2018 and 2019. Both songs are off Leanne's first full length album "Pull It Off". 

 

Written solely by Leanne, "I Wanna Be More" embodies everything she is as an artist and a person; independent, fun, bubbly, quirky and a bit different! Best described as a beachy vibe with a bouncy melody, "I Wanna Be More" is a blend of Country and Pop, with a tasteful twist of Reggae. The feel good music video will have you grinning ear to ear. Cute, genuine, flirty and playful! The music video was played on major networks across the U.S., including Heartland and The Country Network. 

The music video for "Hot Pursuit" has been described as follows:Crime pays for Leanne Pearson in the action-packed video for her new single Hot Pursuit. Combining a modern-day Bonnie and Clyde tale of pistol-packing highway robbery with performance footage of Pearson and an all-female band, the video makes it clear the Winnipeg country-rock queen takes a backseat to no one.” - Darryl Sterdan, Tinnitist.

Leanne grew up watching live DVDs of classics like Eric Clapton, John Cougar Mellencamp, The Eagles and The Rolling Stones. She knew at a young age that she was going to be on stage and often used the living room as a place to perform for family and friends. She first sang at the age of 4, singing Tomorrow from Annie. She joined a music theatre group at the age of 7 and was in countless musicals for 7 years. She played a variety of rolls from Young Nala in The Lion King to Cosette in Les Miserable to Lefou in Beauty And The Beast and Sandy in Grease. Leanne wrote her first song at the age of 10 and picked up the guitar shortly after, at age 12, and taught herself how to play.

 

Leanne has been described by industry folk as level headed, maturesweet, funny and very talented. She has a sweet attitude and an infectious smile that brightens any room she enters. This 30-year-old country rocker walks on stage with a pretty dress, cowboy boots and a big smile, then shatters your expectations as she tears up the stage with her edgy stage presence

In addition to 3 Top 100 singles, one of her first singles, “Get Outta My Heart”, hit Top 50 on the Canadian Country Music Charts. CMT added the quirky music video, which turned heads across the country. The follow up single “The Only Thing” hit Top 100. Both singles were off the debut album “Serendipity” which was released in 2013.

Fun Facts:

-In 2011, Leanne graduated with a B.A. from the University of Manitoba, where she’s on the Dean’s Honour List, with a major in Psychology

-Leanne has donated her hair twice to make wigs for those undergoing cancer treatments

-Leanne has quite the history with CMT. She made her first appearance on CMT in 2009 on “Karaoke Star” where she advanced to the National Top Ten Finale. In 2012, she was a Top 6 finalist in CMT’s "Big In A Small Town" where she showcased not only her voice, but her likeable personality

 

-Leanne started #LPTipTuesday, after receiving numerous questions about her healthy lifestyle and love for fitness. On Tuesdays she answers questions from fitness to beauty to nutrition. Her love for fitness and health stems from being a jock through her school years. She played multiple sports each year; including running track with The University of Manitoba during her University career. Leanne is also one tough cookie with a Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do

 

-Leanne is passionate about volunteering and giving back to her community: from feeding farm animals at a church in Nashville, serving meals at Siloam Mission in Winnipeg, singing at Rossbrook House in Winnipeg to playing sports with The Boys and Girls Club

 

Leanne comes across as such a level-headed kid, has a great

voice, a great smile... I think we just may see a lot more of her.

– Joel Stewart, Writer and Director, formerly with CMT

“There’s a thing about Leanne, it’s the ‘get it’ factor. She understands who she is, is confident in who she is and is not trying to be somebody else.

Her voice is ridiculously good and she has this sweetness about her.”

– Casey Clarke, The Casey Clarke Show, formerly with CMT

Leanne has a unique energetic stage presence!

– Shelden Rogers, Global News

When you listen to one of Leanne's songs it's like you've met her;

she's the girl in the song. Honest and genuine, her music is a natural extension of her outgoing, friendly personality.

– Boyd Leader, Director of Radio, CFWE Radio Network

“Pearson is a hometown favorite!”

– The Winnipeg Free Press, Winnipeg, Manitoba

If I were a betting man, I'd bet that Leanne is going places. Pure energy, great stage presence and a big time sound. She's a must see! 

– Jonathan Best, Calgary Alberta's Wild 95.3

One of Canada's hottest up-and-coming country performers.

Leanne Pearson loves to entertain & it shows! Irresistibly FUN!

– Leanne Cater, Kingston Ontario's Country 93.5

“I have not seen anyone else in country music that can put on a

live concert like Leanne, pull it off with great vocals and maintain

so much energy the entire show. 'Up-tempo' and 'energetic' are

words that only mildly explain Leanne’s stage presence.

– Aaron Pritchett, Canadian Country Music Hit Maker

“Homegirl Leanne Pearson has headlined countless shows and stages across the province, thanks to her big stage presence and catchy

songs like ‘Get Outta My Heart’ and ‘The Only Thing’. Despite the

acclaim, she’s still the same level-headed Manitoban she’s always been.”   

– The Winnipeg Sun, Winnipeg, Manitoba

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