Pierre Daniel Fignole's neo-soulful sound comes from no where else but an inner love for music, music that always tells a story. The ability to express himself through what he sees, hears, tastes, even breathes is more than a blessing, it is life itself. His life through sound. Pierre's music is filled with the groves needed to take your mind, body, and soul to unexpected heights of euphoria.
The son of a man who taught himself music as he learned to survive in a new country where English was a foreign language to him, Pierre began singing and playing instruments at age 8. He states, "Although I was taught to respect and play music by my father, my love for music soared in high school when I began to write and perform what was in my soul". While attending Fletcher Academy in N.C. Pierre played piano, drums, trumpet, and taught flute. Along with countless local and regional performances Mr. Fignole entertained the attendees of the 2003 National Black Arts Festival in Atlanta, Ga. That same year he performed at the GA Music Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. In 2006, Pierre led a tribute in honor of the victims of Hurricane Katrina in Louisiana with his heart felt song "K'trina".
His goal is simple…"provide an emotional outlet that allows listeners to feel as though I am speaking to them individually".