Born on April 11th, 1972 in Mont-Saint-Aignan, Sylvain Moraillon is a French singer, song-writer, musician and producer who begun his career as Daniel Lavoie and Michel Fugain's lyrics writer.
He then collaborated with many people, among others: Tanya Saint Val, Patricia Kaas, Faudel or even Gérard Lenorman.
He produced the album of the actress Fiona Gélin, Passports, which he wrote and also released and that of Ton Andreis.
For a while, he turned to the stage as a sound engineer on artists'concerts as Vincent Delerme, Bénabar, Hocus Pocus, Louis, Cyril Paulus, David Koven, Olivia Ruiz either still Ayo.
Also scriptwriter, he wrote for « 1 gars1fille » (« a boy, a girl ») and « Caméra café » (« Camera coffee »), then he published his first novel « Crime pour l’Humanité » (« Crime to humanity ») in 2009 and « Le crime d’être père » (the crime of being a father) in 2014.
In 2007, he founded the Studio Jeunèse music school, then in 2012, he created his second musical and media production company, specialized in short programs : Nirvana Prod.
Very committed into the cause of childhood, he worked for Unicef during one year, then he created the Violette Justice association to fight against the institutional ill-treatments imposed on the children and on their families. He also became deputy chairman of the ADUA in 2013.
While investing in its community activities, he is now pursuing his career as an author, musician and producer/songwriter by developing many cultural projects : records, films, television and literature.
He just released his new single, Diva, produced by Austound Music, featuring Greg Tanoose and Pat Mastelloto, a few months ago. A remix club by Joe Smooth will be soon available.