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Garou Leaves 'The Voice' Jury 22-09-2014 | 0 comments Whereas Florent Pagny, Mika & Jenifer Bartoli announced that all 3 of them have signed for The Voice, La Plus Belle Voix fourth season, Garou said that he wouldn't be part of it. He won't be there! Garou... read more » New album with Cabrel & Obispo 30-09-2013 | 0 comments After his cover album Rhythm And Blues, Garou continues on his way with a new studio album, with original songs, on which Richard Cocciante & Luc Plamondon have written songs. Other famous French singers... read more » New video, Le Jour Se Lève 30-07-2012 | 0 comments Garou reveals the first single from his seventh album, released on September 24. The video for "Le Jour Se Lève" is available. Discover it ! Watch the video for "Le Jour Se Lève" here. A piano/bar... read more »
|Most popular Garou albums (see all 9 albums)|
|1||Au Milieu De Ma Vie ||5,119|
|3||Rhythm And Blues ||-|
|4||Version Intégrale ||-|
|5||Gentleman Cambrioleur ||-|
|6||Piece Of My Soul ||-|
|8||Seul... Avec Vous ||-|
French pop singer Garou vaulted to fame as Quasimodo in the 1998 stage musical Notre-Dame De Paris. Born Pierre Garand in Sherbrooke, Quebec, on June 26, 1972, he was a child prodigy who mastered piano and guitar while still in primary school. As a teen, he joined his classmates' rock band Windows and Doors, and later played trumpet in a Canadian military marching band. While working day jobs, including fashion store clerk and produce picker, Garou continued moonlighting in Montreal-area clubs and busking on street corners. During the mid-'90s, he was a weekly fixture at the Sherbrooke nightspot the Liquor Store of Magog, and also fronted his own band, the Untouchables. In 1997, Garou met theatrical producer Luc Plamondon, who cast him in the starring role of Quasimodo in Notre-Dame De Paris, a musical adaptation of The Hunchback Of Notre Dame. The production proved a box office smash, and after a run at Paris' Palais des Congrès, Garou continued his performance during the show's French tour. On New Year's Eve 1999, Garou also joined Canadian pop icon Céline Dion on-stage during a Montreal concert, and with the help of Dion's manager/husband, René Angélil, he soon signed a recording contract, issuing his solo debut, Seul, in late 2000. "Sous Le Vent," Garou's duet with Dion, proved an international hit and the singer went on to win four Adisq Gala Awards, including Best Male Singer and Best Pop-Rock Album. Reviens followed in 2004, and in mid-2006 Garou issued his self-titled third LP. ~ Jason Ankeny, All Music Guide
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|23-09-2014 22:12 Olivia_Ka|
@ Et Si On Dormait
The second single from Garou's second album was written by Gérald Gardrinier (De Palmas).
|23-09-2014 02:05 Olivia_Ka|
@ Rhythm And Blues
Track 1 was originally performed by Gilbert Bécaud.
Track 2 was originally performed by George Baker Selection.
Track 3 was originally performed by Esther Galil.
Track 4 is a French cover of Bobbie Gentry's Ode To Billie Joe.
Track 5 was originally performed by Screamin' Jay Hawkins.
Track 6 was originally performed by Otis Redding.
Track 7 was originally performed by Alicia Keys and Usher.
Track 8 was originally performed by The Black Keys.
Track 9 was originally performed by Luc De Larochellière.
Track 10 was originally performed by De Palmas.
Track 11 was originally performed by Daniel Powter.
Track 12 was originally performed by Daniel Lavoie.
|23-09-2014 01:35 Olivia_Ka|
@ Gentleman Cambrioleur
Track 1 was originally performed by Jacques Dutronc.
Track 3 was originally performed by Jane Birkin.
Track 4 was originally performed by Madonna.
Track 5 was originally performed by U2.
Track 6 is a French cover of Waterloo Road by Jason Crest.
Track 7 was originally performed by Rod Stewart.
Track 8 is a French cover of Easy To Love by Leo Sayer.
Track 9 was originally performed by Les Rita Mitsouko.
Track 10 was originally performed by Ariane Moffatt.
Track 11 was originally performed by Charles Aznavour.
Track 12 was originally performed by Simon & Garfunkel.
Track 13 is a hidden track.
Track 13 was originally performed by Leonard Cohen.
|08-07-2014 18:44 Olivia_Ka|
Garou's second album was reissued in 2004 with an extra track : "La Rivière De Notre Enfance".
|25-04-2009 18:26 ranasallam|
@ Ne Me Parlez Plus D'elle
Une chanson parfaite!!! Garou est trop bon.... Tout simplement... je l'aime 3
|28-01-2009 06:28 yaf|
I saw few years ago the play in Paris, of notre Damme du paris, and until a month ago I did not realize and did not connect the Garou was quazimodo. Last month when I jump on a strong song in the you-tube apparently and I checked other songs of his I found that the Garou.
His strong voice and good songs filled me with a good mood, all January and December, ( we passed a military action) my daughter was in the war zone, my parents received almost everyday rockets around their home, and his songs made a good filling. I decided to check where I can buy his CD's, none of them in Israel.
How to buy it.
Send him thank you for his magnificent show in Paris, his wonderful voice and good music
|09-03-2006 20:30 SilverStar001|
@ Et Si On Dormait
J'aime le chant!
|13-01-2006 23:54 xenia_41|
|12-09-2005 18:22 leatha|
@ Je Vais T'aimer
Please i'm looking for these song (mp3), singing by Garou...I wish i will find it.....somebody can help me