Martin Deschamps (born June 23, 1970) is a Canadian rock singer from Quebec. He records and performs both as a solo artist and as the lead vocalist for the reunited Offenbach. His musical career began in 1996 when, with that group, he was named best vocalist in the L'Empire des futures stars competition. He was subsequently invited to join rock band Offenbach on a reunion tour as the replacement for the late Gerry Boulet, and immediately departed on a 50-show tour. He then released his own solo debut, Comme je suis, in 2000. Selling 75,000 copies in Quebec, the album spawned three hit singles (Avec les succès des singles « Comme je suis », «Ma blonde est tellement...», «Mon chien est mort» and «Casanova»). He was nominated for three Félix Awards, for best new artist, best rock album and best single ("Quand").