Mickaël Miro (born in Lyon, France on 8 November 1978) is a French singer-songwriter. He also uses the pseudonym Miro as a tribute to his grandfather. He is best known for his debut single "L'Horloge Tourne" followed by his debut album Juste comme ça in 2011. Born in Lyon, Mickaël Miro studied business law in college and started writing many songs while studying. He sticks to the tradition of French songs, influenced by what he calls French "BCBG" (meaning Balavoine, Cabrel, Berger, and Goldman). In 2007, he took part in a musical collective "Les Marguerites" for fighting against Alzheimer appearing in the single "J'y étais pas" and later was signed to Midi52/EMI. In 2008, he toured with the rock group ANESA opening for their shows. In October 2010, he released his debut single "L'Horloge Tourne" with great success followed by his debut album Juste comme ça that contains collaborations with Natasha St Pier in duo. "Ma scandaleuse" became the second single release from the album. He also appeared in a number of television variety shows including Taratata and Tous Ensemble.