Charles Dubé began his singer-songwriter career in the early 2000s as an opening act for Les Frères à Ch’val, Michel Pagliaro, Kevin Parent and Laurence Jalbert. In 2004, he releases his first album, Réverbère, directed by musician-director Rick Haworth and including radio hits Un ciel pour le soleil, Réverbère et La marée. He got an ADISQ nomination in 2005 for Best Pop Album. From 2004 to 2006, he traveled the roads of Quebec, New Brunswick, Ontario, France and Switzerland to present his Réverbère show. He won Révélation Guy-Bell prize for his show at Pully music festival in Lausanne, Switzerland. He was nominated for Félix-Leclerc songwriting prize at Montreal’s Francofolies in 2004 and 2005. In 2007 he released a second album, Sortir de soi, directed by François Lalonde, then a third, Charles Dubé III, in 2011. In spring 2015, Charles releases a fourth album, “Variations sur l’ensemble,” directed by Carl Bastien.