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Sébastien Lefebvre

Lefebvre in performance with Simple Plan
Background information
Birth name Gatean-Jean Sébastien Lefebvre
Born June 5, 1981 (1981-06-05) (age 28)
Laval, Quebec, Canada
Genres Pop punk
Alternative rock
Pop rock
Occupations Musician
Instruments Guitar, Bass, Backing vocals
Years active 1999 - present
Labels Lava / Atlantic
Associated acts Simple Plan
Website Simple Plan's Official Website

Sébastien Lefebvre (born 5 June 1981) is a French Canadian musician, who is best known as the rhythm guitarist and backing vocalist for pop punk band Simple Plan. Lefebvre grew up in Laval, Québec, and used to work as a janitor at his old high school; Collège Beaubois in Pierrefonds, Quebec.

Lefebvre's surname is properly pronounced, among French speakers, "le-fave", but English speakers generally pronounce it "le-fevra". He has commented on the difference, without pronouncing the French, in his podcasts. On the DVD A Big Package for You, he pronounces it "le-fever" when he introduces himself; however the other band members can be observed smirking as he does so.



Sebastien currently uses Framus, specifically the Mayfield. He currently uses Mesa Boogie and Framus amplifiers.

Early life

Lefebvre grew up in Laval, Québec with his parents and three siblings. He is very close to his older brother, Jay Lefebvre. He also has two younger sisters, Andrée-Anne and Héloise. Jay is mentioned in the album "Still Not Getting Any..." credits as well as the "Simple Plan" credits and on the Man Of The Hour website and MySpace, where he is thanked for "catering". Lefebvre's parents divorced when he was in high school. Both remarried, according to the "Simple Plan" credits where he thanks "My four parents." His mother, Lorraine Pépin, works as a children's psychologist and social worker in East Montréal and his father, Jean Lefebvre, works at Human Resources in Central Québec.

Man Of The Hour

Man Of The Hour Hour is an online radio show that features Lefebvre and Simple Plan's former webmaster, photographer, and videographer Patrick Langlois. "Man of the Hour" began as a proposed side project to include himself, Patrick Langlois and Bowling For Soup's leading man, Jaret Reddick, though no songs were ever actually recorded. However, T-shirts and other promotional items were made. With no spare time to devote to developing the band, it turned into the radio show they have today; "Man of The Hour Hour", on idobi radio...

Solo Project

Lefebvre has also started his own solo endeavor. His first release was an EP titled You Are Here


You Are Here

Durning early 2009 Lefebvre recorded an acoustic EP. The Progress of which was told through Lefebvre's websites.You Are Here / Vous Êtes Ici was released October 20th, under Coalition Entertainment (Records) Inc. The first single "I Fall For You" was released on September 8. A music video has just recently been released on YouTube[1]. The music video is directed by Simple Plan band mate, Chuck.

All lyrics written by Sebastien Lefebvre, all music composed by Sebastien Lefebvre.

# Title Length
1. "Décoller"   1:31
2. "Comatose"   4:01
3. "La Nouvelle Vie"   3:21
4. "Good Night"   3:02
5. "I Fall For You"   3:47
6. "Life Goes On"   3:09
7. "The One"   2:39

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Lefebvre has also released songs on his myspace page. These include a cover of Weezer's song Can't Stop Partying and a cover of Tik Tok from Ke$ha. Along with these is a song titled Catch Me featuring Katie Rox. [5] It can also be noted that Lefebvre may be in the works of another release.



Lefebvre takes to the air at the band's show in Moscow, 18 August 2009.


Year Title Role Notes
2003 The New Tom Green Show 1 episode
Simple Plan: A Big Package for You Himself
2004 New York Minute Himself
Simple Plan: Still Not Getting Any... Himself
Punk Rock Holocaust Himself
2005 Simple Plan: MTV Hard Rock Live Himself
2008 Simple Plan: Simple Plan Himself
What's New, Scooby Doo? Himself (voice) 1 episode


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