Leon & The Peoples


Leon & The Peoples have developed their signature blend of Soul & Reggae while performing nationwide and building a loyal fan base for the last 10 years. Led by multi-talented actor, singer-songwriter, Leon passionately leads the band with his smooth, sultry vocals and heart felt lyrics, while The Peoples features top-notch musical talent from across the globe. The unique creation results in high energy live performances and a commitment to bringing their Reggae-Soul music to a world wide audience. Their already popular “Love Is A Beautiful Thing” song ( #3 BillBoard Hot Singles Sales Chart ) was the first single and title track from their latest album on the Spectra Music Label following it up with the next single, “beautiful” (#12 Billboard Hot Singles Chart). The Love Is A Beautiful Thing album has received 4 star reviews from several publications including Music News, Hype Magazine & Huffington Post.

  They received an International Reggae & World Music Award nomination for the first album “The Road Less Traveled” as well as “WINNER” of Best International Artists at Joe Higgs Reggae Awards. Leon & The Peoples have performed on BET”s highest rated show 106 & Park, Head-lined 2015 & 2016 AIDS WALK NY Concerts in Central Park, International Festival of Life (Chicago). New Orleans Music Fest, Aspen Jazz Fest, Catalpa NYC Music Festival, the world famous Apollo Theater, The Peoples Festival (DE), Reggae On The River (CA) and many more. Completed a 36 city “sold out” tour w/ Reggae great Beres Hammond. Leon & Peoples song “Life Is A Funny Game” was the closing credits song in 20th Century Fox movie “Cover” They have two songs on the 2015 Lions Gate romantic comedy “I Really Hate My Ex” and one another song in the just released “Where Children Play” movie. Leon & The Peoples recently headlined the 2018 Change Fest for Social Justice in Chicago.

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