Crooner Grégory Charles was a veritable cultural sensation in his local Quebec, enjoying concurrent achievement being a saving artist, television character, and concert-hall showman. The kid of the jazz-loving Trinidadian dad and a piano-teaching French-Canadian mom, Charles was created in Montreal on Feb 12, 1968. A kid prodigy, he gained a nationwide piano competition at age group seven, producing a series of shows accompanied by a few of Canada’s esteemed symphony orchestras. While participating in law college, Charles moonlighted as an professional, co-starring in the tv screen series Chambres en Ville. From 1991, he hosted a regular radio present on Montreal place CKOI, and a calendar year later was called host of the tv screen game present Que le Meilleur Gagne, a posture he kept for five years. Charles even so continued to be rooted in music, and in 1998 supported Quebecois superstar Celine Dion on tour being a pianist and support vocalist. In 2001, he was also honored his very own three-hour every week radio present on Radio-Canada, a freewheeling affair spotlighting his prowess being a vocalist, pianist, and strolling encyclopedia of musical understanding. Two years afterwards Charles premiered Noir et Blanc, a long-running one-man range present that he afterwards performed in NEW YORK. In past due 2004, the present yielded his debut LP, Gospel Live Noir et Blanc. With 2006’s I BELIEVE of You, Charles appreciated his greatest industrial success to time, debuting atop the Canadian pop graphs.