At the dawn of his fiftieth year, he chose to acquire a forest in Quebec and lead a different way of life.
The talented Garou (Pierre Garand) enjoys popularity that extends beyond his home country.
A native of Sherbrooke, Quebec, this Canadian singer has won the hearts of music lovers worldwide with his repertoire.
Throughout his career, he has traveled the world with concerts.
People remember his entry into the music world, playing the role of Quasimodo in “Notre-Dame de Paris.”
The singer has mentioned on numerous occasions that he loves tranquility and that after every concert, he always wants to relax amidst the greenery.
In 2008, in an interview, he revealed that he had been the owner of a forest near his hometown for 10 years, with a house by a lake.
The musician confessed that he bought this property thanks to the famous musical.
According to him, challenging times do not make him give up on nature, his earthly oasis, and he even enjoys drinking water from his small lake.
In recent years, Garou has remained very discreet on television screens.
However, he recently appeared on the show Star Academy, where he talked about his forest house in Canada.
Garou discussed how he had arranged the house where he loved to spend his time.
Following his accident, his work on The Voice, and his breakups with partners, the fifty-year-old musician admits to seeking peace, nature, and an eco-friendly atmosphere.
However, Garou remains dynamic, and as he himself says, he has the “party spirit.”
“We have a good time at my place, in the barn, playing cards, making music,” says the star.