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Simple Plan Band Biography

Simple Plan Members:

  • Pierre Bouvier
  • Charles "Chuck" Comeau
  • Jeff Stinco
  • David Desrosiers
  • Sebastian "Seb" Lefebvre

Simple Plan Get Their Start

When they were both 13, Pierre Bouvier and Chuck Comeau formed a band in Montreal, Canada and called themselves Reset. Chuck Comeau eventually left the band and started a new band with some buds. Pierre Bouvier soon joined and Simple Plan was formed.

Simple Plan's Big Break

After recording some demos, Simple Plan scored a record deal with Lava Records, a division of Warner Brothers Records. Simple Plan scored major recognition when they hit it big with the song I'm Just a Kid.

Simple Plan and The Olsen Twins

A punk rock band and the Olsen twins? Seems like a weird match, but Simple Plan makes their big screen debut in the movie New York Minute out in spring 2004. New York Minute stars Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen in their first feature film. Simple Plan plays the band that Mary-Kate Olsen's character, Roxanne Ryan, is obsessed with. Roxanne spends the movie trying to get backstage at a their video shoot.

Simple Plan and Scooby-Doo

The guys from Simple Plan may be best buds, but they are also tight with Scooby-Doo. The boys have music that has appeared on both the Scooby-Doo and the Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed soundtracks. Pierre Bouvier says he's always loved the animated dog and still watches the cartoon on television.

Simple Plan - Did U Know?

  • Jeff Stinco, Chuck Comeau, Pierre Bouvier and Sebastian Lefebvre all attended the same high school.
  • Pierre Bouvier loves Ben & Jerry's Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough ice cream.
  • Seb Lefebvre prefers boxers over briefs!
  • Jeff Stinco's fave superhero is Wolverine.
  • Dave Desrosiers was born on August 29th, 1980.
  • Both Pierre Bouvier and Chuck Comeau have girlfriends.

Simple Plan Says... "We've always done this kind of pop-punk music, and I can't deny this is a good time for this kind of music."

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