Canadian country music artist who sang the #1 hit "Little Ol' Kisses," which was released in 1997.
He was born in Sussex, New Brunswick and released his first album, What My Heart Already Knows, in 1997.
His song "The Red and White Brigade" is a tribute song used to raise funds for the Sapper Mike McTeague Wounded Warriors.
After marrying his wife Angela, they settled in Steinbach, Manitoba.
He was nominated for a 1998 Juno Award in the Best Country Male Vocalist category, but lost to Paul Brandt.