Martin Laurent Picandet (aka Martin Solveig) was raised in France on classical music. He grew up singing in the church choir and was professionally trained to be a soprano soloist by François Polgar. At age 13, Picandet was gifted his first set of turntables and Martin Solveig was born. Solveig landed his first resident DJ gigs in Paris at Palace Club, Le Palace, Les Bains-Douches, L'Enfer, and Le Queen. While working at the clubs, he found his forte in the house and Eurodance genre. Martin's first production efforts were persistent, but ambiguous. It wasn't until he joined forces with friend, and mentor, Claude Monnet where he started his label “Mixture Stereophonic” and made his name with his song "Heart Of Africa." This piece won acclaim from many influential electro players such as Joe Clausell, Frankie Knuckles, and Bob Sinclair. Soon after in 2001, Solveig and Sinclair worked together to create "Edony," Martin's first hit that sold over 40,000 copies. Solveig caught the attention of the large European dance community with the infectious hit singles, "Hello" and "The Night Out." Being featured in numberous commercials such as Trident Vitality and Disney's ReMicks as well as being played in almost every nightclub in the world, the song "Hello" was one of the biggest dance tracks of 2011 and 2012. It was then, Solveig was asked to help produce Madonna's 12th studio album, MDNA. The album featured prominent pop stars such as Nicki Minaj and M.I.A. He is now touring the world, hosting his weekly C'es La Vie radio show, and delivering the world hit after hit. Don't miss the opportunity spend the night out wit Martin Solveig.