Eddy Gronfier (b. France, 1970) started as a local radio host on Fun Radio Annecy in 1985, then NRJ Chambéry. In 1988, he moved to Paris to become the host of a national radio in primetime, this time on Fun Radio until 1990 alongside other hosts like Manu Levy, Max or Difool.
He hosted live shows, like La Plus Grande Discothèque du Monde at the Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy with Alexandre Debanne.
On an international level, his show "Maxi Fun" was broadcast in Japan on FM802, and he was part of the opening of Fun Radio in Romania which saw the day of light after the fall of the Berlin Wall.
He then moved on to Maxximum, a young dance radio, where he met key figures like Joachim Garraud, Fred Rister or Cocto. In 1992, he hosted "The Morning Show" with Caroline Davigny and "M40 rock" on M40 until 1994.
From 1994 to 1997, he was production manager on RTL2, and created simultaneously his production company "Proedit". He created the coverage for Skyrock's "priorite a la musique" and the show "Monstres" with Manu Levy and Francois Meunier. He also created the coverage for Radio Scoop, the one for "Zegut” on RTL " and "Charly et Lulu" on RTL2.
He also produced some for television like Fox Kids pn which he was the voice of the show "Roger" on, several music credits for Eurosport, documentaries for La Cinquième and many advertisements (Tele2, collectif de la pomme de terre, Renault Clio MTV, Pantech).
In 2000, Eddy meets Thomas Pieds, a young French director, with whom he created the production company Minority and the group One-T which they signed with Universal Polydor. They released a trilogy of hits on the album The One-T ODC such as “Music Is the One”-“T ODC” or“The Magic Key (song)” which would be the number 2 most played title on air in Europe during the summer of 2003. They would get Gold records in France and Germany.
His music is played in several movies like "3 Zéros" "Neuilly sa mère" or "L’École pour tous" and has been the flagship music of the show D & Co on M6 for several years. One-t did the opened for Alizée at the Olympia (Paris) in 2003 and was nominated at the MTV Europe Music Awards that year for best French act.
Over the years, Eddy produced several remixes for artists like Mylène Farmer, Axelle Red, Hélène Segara, Laura Pausini, Melissa Mars, Doc Gyneco or Nâdiya.
Now based in Los Angeles, he worked on albums and singles for artists such as Bob Sinclar Joachim Garraud Perry Farrell, Kim Sozzi, Billy Brian or Paul RyderOne-T ODC (2003) with Universal Polydor
One-T's ABC (2007) with Universal Polydor
DJ Dieselle (Wagram Music)
Feel the Vibe Bob Sinclar (Yellow Production)
The Magic Key One-T (Polydor)
I know the score Boons (Virgin)
Music Is The One-T ODC One-T (Polydor)
Bein'a star One-T (Polydor)
Starky&Hutch 2004 One-T (Polydor)
Kamasutra One-T (Polydor)
Tomorrow's war One-T (Polydor)
I woke up One-T (Polydor)
Souveraine Doc Gynéco (Virgin)
Secrets sucrés Doc Gynéco (Virgin)
We are the Future Joachim Garraud (believe/Zemixx)
Applause For You Perry Farrell Presents Perryetty (Ultrarecords)
My Boyfriend is a Robot Joachim Garraud (Believe/Zemixx)
L'instant X by One-T Mylène Farmer (Polydor)
Bimbo à Moi Axelle Red (Virgin)
Et alors! Melissa Mars (Polydor)
Excuse my French Frog Invader