Henri Crevier

Whenever I hear that name it always brings a smile to my face cuz it reminds me of all the great and sometimes very humorous times we had together playing music, (Perfect Stranger) or just hanging out together as friends. Definitely one of the most talented musicians I’ve known and I am honored to have him sing any of my songs. I’d say he was also the most well liked people I got to work with.

Henri is still doing all of the above. Living out in Sooke, B.C. with his wonderful family, still involved in music, playing with Trio Grande, freelancing, day job, father, husband, all around busy guy. Best of all for me, he still will find time to come to Desolation Sound Studio and record with us.

Vocals and bassist Henri Crevier, has been performing country music for over thirty-five years. He's worked with the recording act The Family Brown, as well as appearances on The Tommy Hunter Show and Ronnie Prophet's "Sun Country", and opened for such acts as Merle Haggard, Buck Owens, Charlie Pride and Waylon Jennings. A longtime member of such acts as Appaloosa and the Marlaine Sisters, Henri has been nominated twice for Male Vocalist of the Year and once as Bass Player of the Year by the BC Country Music Association.