Pierre Guimard was born in Toulouse but grew up in Normandy and the Paris region. In a high school setting, he created the group Noisy Fate with friends, of Team Nowhere, at the end of the 1990s. He then left the group to go play as bassist for Jean-Louis Aubert in 2003, as we can see from the DVD.
He then decided to devote himself to his solo career, and, alone with his guitar and his harmonica, he opened for Kyo and Raphael in 2006.
On August 28, 2006, his first album De l’autre cote was released, which he composed entirely, along with lyricist Jérôme Attal. Pierre Guimard also worked with Ben Kweller, (with whom he will also do some first parts). This album is romantic, in an Anglo-Saxon style. We can also see him in the film, I’m Fine, Don’t Worry by Philippe Lioret where he plays a musician on the edge of the beach.
His latest album was released on June 22, 2009. He opened for Calogero in the fall of 2009.
He is the pianist of the entire piano-acoustic voice album of the diva Lara Fabian, album called Every Woman In Me.
In 2009, he took under his wing Nili Hadida and Benjamin Cotto of the group Lilly Wood and the Prick. He produced and recorded Lilly’s first EP Who And The What? with its Choke Industry label. Under license with Cinq7/Wagram, he recorded the album Invincible Friends which was released in May 2010 (awarded at the Victoires de la Musique 2011, public revelation category). He currently plays bass for the Lilly Wood and the Prick tour.