Deryck Whibley Biography
Birthday: March 21, 1980 (Aries)
Born In: Scarborough
Deryck Whibley, also known as Bizzy D, is a Canadian singer, songwriter, and record producer. He is known for his association with the Canadian rock band ‘Sum 41’. Whibley, along with Steve Jocz, formed the band in the late 1990s. Jocz is the drummer of the band while the multifaceted Whibley is basically the heart and soul of ‘Sum 41’. From singing and songwriting to playing the rhythm guitar and the keyboard, he has served in various capacities in the two decades of the band’s history. Whibley is the only member to be still associated with the band since its inception. He has been part of many popular extended plays and albums released by ‘Sum 41,’ including ‘Half Hour Of Power’, ‘All Killer No Filler’, ‘Chuck’, ‘Underclass Hero’, and ‘Screaming Bloody Murder’. Whibley has witnessed much success with the band, including winning a Juno Award for Rock Album of the Year as well as a Juno Award for Group of the Year. During his time with the band, Whibley has also done several other projects, often collaborating with other popular artists. He collaborated with the legendary punk musician Iggy Pop to release the latter’s work ‘A Million in Prizes: The Anthology’. Later, he produced Jason McCaslin’s debut album and also produced Avril Lavigne’s ‘The Best Damn Thing’.