The rock band Simple Plan was formed in Canada in 1999. It’s mostly famous for such hits as “Perfect”, “Welcome to My Life”, “Jet Lag”, and “Summer Paradise”. The band holds various awards, including Juno and Teen Choice.
In 1995, several teenagers from Montreal, including Pierre Bouvier (September 17, 1979) and Chuck Comeau (May 9, 1979) formed a punk group called Reset. The boys gave concerts all over Canada together with such bands as "MxPx", "Ten Foot Pole", "Face to Face". They released only one album but still managed to gain some popularity. In 1997, Comeau left the group in order to go back to school. However, after meeting Jeff Stinco (August 22, 1978) and Sébastien Lefebvre (June 5, 1981), he decided to return to his music career.
In the end of 1999, Chuck met Pierre at a Sugar Ray concert and offered him to join the band. Eventually, the young men established a group called Simple Plan. Bouvier was the vocalist, Stinco and Lefebvre played the guitars, Comeau played the drums, and David Desrosiers was the bassist. Meanwhile, Chuck and Pierre wrote the songs.