Garou, whose real name is Pierre Garand, is a Canadian artist who has captured the hearts of the public with his powerful voice and charismatic stage presence.
Since his debut, he has stood out in the music industry both nationally and internationally.
Garou is known for his eclectic musical style, skillfully blending rock, pop, and folk music.
His powerful and emotive voice brings romantic ballads to life, but he also stands out with more upbeat and catchy songs.
In an interview in 2008, the singer revealed that he had bought a property not far from his hometown thanks to his musical career.
His greatest desire has always been to have a peaceful life and be able to rest in nature after concerts and long days. Now he finds his calm in his oasis of peace, in his cabin by the lake where he often enjoys drinking water.
His new passion is woodworking with objects made of wood in his old workshop in the forest.
In recent years, Garou has rarely appeared on screens, especially after a serious accident, his work on The Voice, and his breakup with his partner. Now, his cabin is the only place where the 50-year-old finds peace in an ecological setting.