Paul Wiltshire

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Paul Lancaster Wiltshire
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Background information
Birth name Paul Lancaster Wiltshire
Born (1970-07-25) 25 July 1970 (age 46)
Genres Pop, rock, dance-pop, pop rock
Occupation(s) songwriter
Years active 1996–present

Paul Lancaster Wiltshire (born 25 July 1970) is an Australian entrepreneur, record producer and songwriter.

Early life[edit]

Wiltshire was born in Kingston, New York, United States to British parents and moved with his family to Australia in 1971 where he became an Australian citizen. Wiltshire grew up in Ballarat in Western Victoria.[1]

Wiltshire performed in several cover bands in the Ballarat region before moving to Melbourne in 1991 to pursue a career as an instrumentalist, songwriter and record producer.[2]


During 2001 Wiltshire worked with the Los Angeles producing team, The Matrix, responsible for writing songs for Avril Lavigne, Korn, Hilary Duff.[2] He was then represented by producer manager Sandy Roberton (World's End) until 2007.[2]

Wiltshire eventually set up studios in Los Angeles, United States in 2003 with partner Victoria Wu (now Victoria Wiltshire) producing and writing music for artists in both the United States and Australia.[2]

In 2004 Wiltshire signed publishing deals with Orient Pacific Music and Mushroom Music.[3]

Between 2000 and 2009 Wiltshire produced and wrote music, which included 12 #1 chart topping albums/singles, and 28 top 20 albums/singles.[4] [5]

Songwriting & Production- Discography Highlights[edit]



**Denotes Albums that also contain tracks written/produced/mixed by other parties