|Origin||British Columbia, Canada|
Raised in rural British Columbia, Stagger worked in several local bands until gaining attention from acts such as Hot Hot Heat and Carolyn Mark. Reinventing himself as a singer-songwriter, he released his debut independent EP, Six Tales of Danger, in 2002.
Leeroy Stagger's 11th studio recording, Love Versus, was released April 7, 2017 through True North. The album was produced by Colin Stewart (Dan Mangan, Black Mountain, Yukon Blonde), and includes performances from drummer Pete Thomas (Elvis Costello), guitarist Paul Rigby (Neko Case), keyboardist Geoff Hilhorst (the Deep Dark Woods), and Stagger's longtime bassist Tyson Maiko.
The first single from Love Versus, "I Want It All" was written as a meditation on being grateful for what one has.
- Dear Love (2004)
- Beautiful House (2005)
- Depression River (2006) 
- Everything Is Real (2009)
- Little Victories (2010)
- Radiant Land (2012)
- Truth be Sold (2013)
- Dream It All Away (2015)
- Love Versus (2017)
- Six Tales of Danger (2002)
- Tales from the Back Porch (2006)
- Live at the Red River Saloon (2010)
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