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Todd Lemoine

Founder of the "Acoustapunk" style of music, Todd Lemoine is a singer/songwriter who resides in Covington, Louisiana. He has recorded 3 albums and has played with such notable musicians and bands as Dax Riggs and Dash Rip Rock. In 2001, Todd had a top 20 radio hit in Australia with his song "One Way Mirror". He is the host of the biggest open mic in Southeastern Louisiana and performed his "Acoustapunk" show every Monday for 2 years at his hometown club, the Green Room. He has recorded albums with such notable engineers as Dave Fortman (Godsmack), Gene Foster (Kansas), and Ben Mumphry (The Pixies). At the moment, Todd is demoing songs for movie soundtracks and recording a new album. He also plays solo acoustic shows around the Greater New Orleans area and has performed at notable clubs such as The House of Blues, Whiskey a Go-Go, Howlin Wolf, One Eyed Jacks, Varsity Theatre, and Vinyl Music Hall to name a few. He also acts and writes music for the new tv series "The Puppet Show".

Todd started playing guitar at 5 years old, citing Eddie Van Halen as his main influence. As he got into high school, his musical influenced changed to alternative rock and grunge. This is also when Todd started singing and writing songs. Through the last 10 years, Todd has been the lead singer and guitarist in many bands, most notably the late 90's alternative rock band “Longplay” and the emo/screamo band “For Karma”. The latter put out 2 albums, "Fiver" in 2004 and "The Angels took the stairs" in 2009. As well as recording a solo album in 2001 called “The Lost Highway”.

Todd’s future plans include continued work on movie soundtracks, releasing a new album, and touring the United States and Europe. All of which are currently in the works.

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