Pascal Guyon

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Pascal Guyon
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Background information
Origin France
Genres R&B, Pop, Dance, Classical, Latin
Instruments Piano
Years active 1999-present
Associated acts Leona Lewis, Big Time Rush, Anthony Hamilton, Wynter Gordon, Heavy D, D.O.E., Joe Budden, Steph Jones

Pascal Guyon is an award winning musician, producer, arranger, and songwriter originally from Erbray, France. Some of his credits include projects with Leona Lewis,[1] Big Time Rush,[2] Wynter Gordon, Anthony Hamilton, Steph Jones, Joe Budden, TVXQ, and Super Junior.

Life and career[edit]

Guyon is a graduate of two French conservatories of music, and trained in both Classical and Jazz Piano. With a strong interest in Cuban music, he developed contacts with many prominent artists within the genre, eventually traveling to Cuba to work and perform with some of the top musicians of the day. He began his production career from his one-bedroom apartment in France, with a focus on R&B and Hip Hop music. Pascal developed a strategy to reach out to music industry professionals in the U.S., primarily through the use of Myspace, which allowed him to network with many working professionals in the business. Pascal took his first trip to Los Angeles in 2007 and collaborated with Grammy Award winning producer Walter Afanasieff and Hip Hop legend Heavy D.

Selected Songwriting/Production/Musician/Programmer Credits[edit]

Awards & Nominations[edit]


  • Prix Miroir
    • International Festival of Quebec 2007, ( with poetry artist Souleymane Diamanka )


  • Grammy Award
    • Best Pop Vocal Album, Leona Lewis - Spirit (nominated)
  • BRIT Award
    • British Album, Leona Lewis - Spirit (nominated)
  • MOBO Award
    • Best Album, Leona Lewis - Spirit (Won)


  • Grammy Award
    • Best Male R&B Vocal Performance, Anthony Hamilton - "The Point of It All" (nominated)
    • Best Male R&B Album, Anthony Hamilton - The Point of It All (nominated)


  • Hollywood Music in Media Award
    • Best Song of the Year, Avenue 52 - "Homeless" (nominated)
    • Best Video of the Year, Avenue 52- "Homeless" (nominated)


  1. ^ Credits: Pascal Guyon Allmusic Retrieved on 2012-2-15
  2. ^ "Nickelodeon Picks Up Big Time Rush for Third Season!" Retrieved on 2012-2-15
  3. ^ New Video: Steph Jones - BEA Utiful Retrieved on 2012-2-16

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