Jean Beauvoir is an entrepreneurial musician. He formed companies to harness the different facets of his musical career. He founded and served as President of Voodoo Island Entertainment Group whose divisions included Voodoo Island records and Voodoo Island Productions. Over the course of his professional career, he has created joint venture partnerships with some of the most powerful music industry greats such as Richard Branson (Virgin Records), Al Teller (Columbia Records), Ted Field and Jimmy Iovine (Interscope Records), Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley (Kiss), Lou Perlman and labels such as Def Jam, Warner Bros, Avex, EMI, Edel and more. Through these partnerships he has released in excess of 80 Albums over the past two decades.
Beauvoir is also the founder and President of Hot Boy Music and Tigre Noire Music co, two music publishing companies whose partners include SBK Entertainment, EMI music publishing, CBS Songs International, Polygram Music Publishing, Universal Music Group, and Bertelsmann Music Group. Beauvoir’s worldwide music catalog contains over 250 published titles.
In addition to his film music work with Sylvester Stallone, his credit list includes the title track for Stephen King’s Pet Semetary, Wes Craven’s blockbuster Shocker, Flawless Robert DeNiro, School of Rock (Jack Black), Christmas with the Kranks (Tim Allen, Jamie Lee Curtis and Dan Akroyd), The Guilty (Bill Pullman), RV (Robin Williams), Rock and Roll High School Forever, and Berlin Nights.
Jean served as CEO of Renegade Nation – a company founded by chairman Little Steven Van Zandt of HBO’s “The Sopranos” and Bruce Springsteen and the E-Street Band fame for 6 1/2 years. Jean has returned to music full time and is currently back in the studio recording for solo, band projects and writing and Producing for other artists… Keep your eyes open for upcoming tour dates and appearances.
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