Leroy Sibbles is a Jamaican-Canadian reggae musician and producer. He was the lead singer for The Heptones in the 1960s and 1970s.¬†Sibbles joined The Heptones in 1965 after the two groups competed in a street-corner contest.
The Heptones were among the most influential groups of the rock steady era.¬†After Studio One, Sibbles and the Heptones recorded for other producers including¬†Lee Perry,¬†Harry J,¬†JoJo Hoo Kim,¬†Niney The Observer,¬†Clive Chin,¬†Gussie Clarke,¬†Lloyd Campbell,¬†Prince Buster,¬†Ossie Hibbert,¬†Phil Pratt,¬†Harry Mudie,¬†Geoffrey Chung,¬†Danny Holloway,¬†Rupie Edwards, and¬†Joe Gibbs.
As a solo artist, Sibbles worked with¬†Lloyd “Bullwackie” Barnes,¬†Lloyd Parks,¬†Sly & Robbie,¬†Augustus Pablo,¬†Bruce Cockburn, and Lee Perry, but primarily produced himself. Sibbles moved toCanada¬†in 1973, where he married and remained for twenty years, and won a¬†U-Know Award¬†for best male vocalist in 1983, and a¬†1987 Juno Award¬†for best reggae album in 1987.