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Pierre Charles Bouvier
9 May 1979
Montréal, Québec, Canada
Pop punk, alternative rock, punk rock, pop rock
Musician, composer, actor
Vocals, guitar, bass guitar
Lava / Atlantic
Simple Plan, Reset
Pierre Charles Bouvier (born 9 May 1979) is a French Canadian musician and composer who is best known as the lead singer and guitarist of the pop punk band Simple Plan. [1 ]
Early life [ edit ]
Bouvier was born to Réal and Louise Bouvier. He has two older brothers, Jay and Jonathan. He attended Collège Beaubois in
Pierrefonds, Quebec, with bandmates Chuck Comeau, Jeff Stinco, and Sébastien Lefebvre. Before and partly during his early musical career, Bouvier worked as a cook at St-Hubert in Montréal.
Bouvier at a concert in Milan, November 2008
At the age of 13, he founded the
punk rock band Reset with his best friend Chuck Comeau in which he was the bass guitarist and lead vocalist. He was not happy with Reset and left the band in 1999, a year after Comeau's departure in 1998. His current bandmate David Desrosiers took his place as lead vocalist and bass guitarist. He later met Comeau at a Sugar Ray concert and joined him in creating Simple Plan with old schoolmates Jeff Stinco and Sébastien Lefebvre.
He hosted the
MTV reality show . Damage Control [2 ] [3 ]
Instruments [ edit ]
Pierre is best known for owning a collection of
Takamine Acoustic guitars which he uses in every album and while playing live.
Filmography [ edit ]
Pierre Bouvier at simple plan's performing
Discography [ edit ]
With Reset [ edit ]
With Simple Plan [ edit ]
Collaborations and appearances [ edit ]
Featuring [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
External links [ edit ]