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Eric Le Lann (2015)

Éric Le Lann is a French jazz trumpeter. He moved to Paris in 1977 where he had his professional debut and gained notice in 1980. He has worked with Aldo Romano, Henri Salvador, and others. He also did music for films including those of Bertrand Tavernier. In 2005 he and guitarist Jean-Marie Ecay did an album in tribute to Antonio Carlos Jobim.

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About the Eric Le Lann Interview

My short bio:
Hey everyone! This is Eric LeGrand. In 2010, I wore the number 52 as a DT on the Rutgers University football team and I was paralyzed after making a tackle in a football game against Army.

I am now the proud founder of Team LeGrand, radio host and still rep #52. RU RAH RAH!

I’m here today to answer some of y’all’s questions so feel free to ask about my injury, paralysis, life in general or the fact that I bELieve that one day I will walk again. A little sports talk doesn’t hurt either.

Can’t wait to get started so…Ask Me Anything

My Proof: https://twitter.com/EricLeGrand52/status/669277085475741698

UPDATE:
Thank you all for tuning in to my Reddit. Hope I gave you guys some good insight on my life, my recovery and the future. I appreciate all of your support. bELieve me – it does not go unnoticed.

Remember, today is Giving Tuesday so support nonprofits and visit or text “Legrand” to 20222 to donate $5. Every dollar counts.

Keep on supporting and keep on bELieving until that day comes. Love you all! Peace out homies.

Eric Le Lann Dec 01, 2015