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Born on June 26th, 1972
Singer from Quebec (Canada)
A husky voice, a strong stage presence and an irresistible smile: Garou is a real pop star.
Garou was born in Sherbrooke, Quebec under the name Pierre Garand.
First spotted by Luc Plamondon, Garou became famous when he played the Hunchback in the musical Notre-Dame de Paris. France fell under the spell of this heartbreaker, and the song Belle was heard again and again on the radio for two years.
In 2000, he began his solo career under the wing of René Angélil and became famous as a singer of rhythm’n blues. His participation in the annual French charity program "Les Enfoirés” further increased his popularity.
In February 2012, Garou was one of the four coaches for the program The Voice: La Plus Belle Voix sur TF1 (The finest voice on TF1).
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Montreal Eaton Centre, Second floor
705 Sainte-Catherine Street West
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Montréal, Québec (Canada)
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