A Canadian folksinger who rose to popularity like a storyteller ahead of getting into a commercial saving profession, Fred Pellerin produced his TOP hit solo album debut in ’09 2009 with Silence. Given birth to in Saint-Élie-de-Caxton, Quebec, he analyzed literature in the Université du Québec ? Trois-Rivières. His 1st published publication, Dans Mon Town, Il Y a Belle Lurette… (2001), a well-received assortment of tales about his hometown originally informed to him by his grandmother, was accompanied by many others, Il Faut Prendre le Taureau par les Contes (2003), Comme une Odeur de Muscle tissue (2005), and Bois du Thé Fort, Tu Vas Pisser Drette (2005), the 1st three which had been compiled with an audiobook launch in 2006. Additional books adopted, including Focus sur… Saint-Élie-de-Caxton (2006) and L’Arracheuse de Temps (2009). Furthermore, several tales had been performed on-stage as theatrical displays. In 2007 Pellerin and his sibling Nicolas released an recording of folk music, Fred et Nicolas Pellerin, which demonstrated effective from both a crucial and industrial standpoint. A few years later on Pellerin produced his solo recording debut with Silence (2009), a high Ten hit around the Canadian albums graph. He released C’est un Monde in 2011 and Plus Tard Qu’on Pense in 2014.