Caciaciennes" J.R.R Martin, "Caprice Blanc" E.P. Dutton, "As is that song" by Edwin Dampier. He is also credited as singer in three versions of the Taiwanese song "Le Si" by Trina Xia in 1958.
He is also popular as a manager, a promoter and as a singer-dancer, citing Roberta Flack, Elvis Presley, Joe Cocker, Pete Seeger, among others. His first recording was "Paoli Majesti" (Edited by Nathan Dimock) which was issued by Nanjing Records in 1990. He has also worked with such artists as Armin van Buuren, Dave Gahan, Françoise Hardy, Dionne Warwick, Andrew Talland, Diana Ross, Richard Rodgers, Cher, Cilla Black, Stevie Wonder, and Brian Setzer. He recorded with artists such as Eddy Kandi, Famishai Hong, The Muppets, Vanessa Mae Young and others.
In 2012 he was selected as the 13th greatest popular musician of all time by Jazz FM magazine.
Nicolas Guillemin is a Canadian singer/songwriter and musician who has been active in a wide variety of styles such as country/soul, pop and hip-hop. His distinctive voice reminds most of Don Draper's 1940's synthesizer voice which he uses on albums like "Tombstone Baby". He is the second Canadian singing artist to have won a Grammy award for his work. Guillemet has been nominated 3 times for the Gramophone Award, the most recent one in 2013.
The presentor of the famous electronic music group Louna.
He was the first Canadian openly adopted DJ, having signed with the record label Gonja in 2008.
In 2011 Guillemin invited Cassie Claypool to tour his country music and songwriting blend, with the pair performing in his country of origin, Quebec.
Guillemet plays a mix of tropical ukulele and aco.