Fred St-Gelais is a Canadian songwriter, television music composer, record producer and multi-instrumentalist, currently living in Montreal, Quebec.
|Birth name:||Frederic St-Gelais|
|Born:||September 2, 1974, Chibougamau, Quebec, Canada|
|Genres:||pop, top 40, rock, blues|
|Years active:||1980s – present|
|Instruments:||Guitar, bass, keyboard, vocals, drums|
|Associated acts:||Marie-Mai, David Usher, Roch Voisine, Randy Bachman, Ryan Malcolm, Melissa O'Neil, Rex Goudie, Gabrielle Destroismaisons, Andrée Watters, Alain Dumas, Les Mecs Comiques, Annie Villeneuve, Lindsay Robins, Crampe en masse, Réal Béland, Martine St-Clair and Hépatite B|
|Labels:||Sony BMG, Musicor, Maple Music, Orange Record Label|
About Fred St-Gelais
Known for composing music for such television shows as Degrassi: The Next Generation, Canadian Idol, and Instant Star, he also sang lead vocals and played the guitar for a Canadian band called Hépatite B. Additionally, he produced and co-wrote singer Marie-Mai's Felix Award-winning album Dangereuse Attraction.
He earned a 2010 Juno nomination for his music production work.
A native of Chibougamau, Quebec, he later settled in the city of Montreal. He was married to pop singer Marie-Mai from 2011 until 2016.
Information related to Fred St-Gelais
- Marie-Mai's discography - Marie-Mai Bouchard, known professionally as Marie-Mai, is a Canadian singer from Quebec. She was initially known as one of the finalists of the first season of the Quebec reality show Star Académie.
- Canadian pop musicians
- Canadian blues musicians
- Canadian television composers
- Canadian rock musicians
- Musicians from Quebec
- Canadian record producers
- Canadian songwriters