Billy F. Gibbons/Motion Picture Director & Producer
Martin Plays: B-3 and Sk2
Martin Guigui is a Grammy nominated engineer/producer and award winning filmmaker. Guigui has Produced over 30 music albums, directed 8 Feature Films, written 12 screenplays and Executive Produced 6 Movies. Guigui, born in Buenos Aires Argentina, son of Famed Symphony Orchestra Conductor Maestro Efrain Guigui, he began his music and film career producing music driven documentaries for PBS about Dizzy Gillespie, Lionel Hampton and Sun Ra. Mentored by his Father, Martin began playing Violin at the age of four making his concert debut with the Puerto Rico Symphony at age 12 performing Vivaldi’s Violin Concerto. An accomplished Pianist and Hammond B-3 organ player, he has worked with Billy Gibbons, James Cotton, Daryl Hall, Eric Johnson, Grace Potter, Jose Feliciano, Smokey Robinson, Jake Owen, Billy Ray Cyrus, Joan Osborne, Bo Didley, Kris Allen, Laverne Baker, Phish, Don McClean, Rita Coolidge, Randy Scruggs, James Montgomery, Bill Sims, Eddie Money, Talking Heads, Mathew Sweet, Steve Forbert, NRBQ and produced among others Bret Michaels, Smokey Robinson, The Slip, Jim Infintino, Jamie Lee Thurston, Gordon Stone, Kip Meaker and Chad Hollister. Guigui, a Grammy voting member, is a skilled composer whose work has appeared in Independent Films & TV. Guigui has received numerous songwriting Billboard Awards, ASCAP Performance Awards, Caesar Award, Estabrook Award and Best Director at the USA Film Festival for “Swing” and twice honored by the City Of Los Angeles for artistic contributions to music education. Martin is co-founder and President of Sunset Pictures and Old School Records and performs charity concerts regularly for HonorVet, Prevention Of Child Abuse, Mr. Holland’s Opus Foundation, Rock For Diabetes, Cancer research. Guigui is a member of the DGA, WGA, SAG, NARAS, ASCAP. Guigui is currently producing the Jimi Hendrix Tribute album for SONY/Legacy which includes Jason Mraz, Heart, Pearl Jam, Grace Potter, Daryl Hall and many others…Most recently Martin Directed the feature “The Bronx Bull”.