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Gregory Charles

Gregory Charles

Gregory Charles


Grégory Charles born (February 12, 1968 in Montreal) is a performing artist of French Canadian (Québec) and Trinidadian origin. In 1998, he worked on Céline Dion's world tour, mostly as a chorister but also as a pianist. The same year he made the first of nine appearance at the Just for Laughs Festival in Montreal. On October 16, 2006, he launched his new album “I Think of You”, which sold 109,000 copies in its first week, making Charles the highest selling Canadian artist in a one-week period for the year 2006. Read more on Last.fm
Grégory Charles born (February 12, 1968 in Montreal) is a performing artist of French Canadian (Québec) and Trinidadian origin. In 1998, he worked on Céline Dion's world tour, mostly as a chorister but also as a pianist. The same year he made the first of nine appearance at the Just for Laughs Festival in Montreal. On October 16, 2006, he launched his new album “I Think of You”, which sold 109,000 copies in its first week, making Charles the highest selling Canadian artist in a one-week period for the year 2006. It debuted at No.

1 on the Nielsen SoundScan album chart. Since 2001, he has hosted a weekly radio show on the national Radio-Canada network, as well as a series of television shows, such as Culture Choc, in French and English, and a variety show on the France channel. He is now conducting the chœurs du nouveau monde (New World Choirs) which includes notably les petits chanteurs de Laval au Canada (The Little Singers of Laval), les voix boréales (Northern Voices), and before that, le Chœur Gospel de Laval (the Laval Gospel Choir), which included Marie-Christine Depestre (now singer for the show Generation Motown), Christian Lazarre, and Mirkessa Telsaint. He presented his first variety show, Noir et Blanc (Black and White) to more than 400,000 spectators across Quebec and the rest of Canada. He also performed in New York in 2004. A unique feature of his show is the second half, in which he offers to sing and play on the piano any known song submitted randomly by the spectators. At the end of 2004, he released his first album, from his show, called Gospel Live Noir et Blanc. Read more on Last.fm.

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