• Biography

    2013
    14 popular songs to celebrate Christmas with Garou ! “Xmas Blues” for Canada since november 24 & “It’s Magic” for France since december 1rst.
    2012

    On November 18 Garou releases his 8th album “Au Milieu De Ma Vie”, already double platinum with 150,000 copies sold.

    2012

    In 2012, he joins “The Voice : la plus belle voix” as a coach.

    He signs a contract with Mercury Records (Universal Music France) and releases the album ‘Rhythm And Blues’ on September 24.

    Less than a year later, the album ‘Rhythm And Blues’ gets a double platinum status !

    20111
    In 2011, Garou plays Zark – the main character of Le Cirque du Soleil’s new show, at New York’s Radio City Hall.
    20101

    In November 2010, Garou releases his 6th album: ‘Version intégrale’.

    He’s been supervising production, playing many instruments, and writing most of the songs.

    20091
    In December 2009, Garou releases the cover album ‘Gentleman Cambrioleur’.
    20081

    In May 2008 Garou releases his first album in English.

    Most of the 13 tracks are directed by Peer Astrom, who is one of the most famous pop-rock producers as he has been working with Madonna and Jennifer Lopez.

    2007
    In 2007, Garou works on his first album in English ’Piece Of My Soul’, after months of acoustic sessions and many collaborations: Rob Thomas (Matchbox 20′s leader), Swedish directors Kristian Lundin and Andreas Carlsson, Guy Chambers (Robbie Williams)…
    20061
    In June 2006, he releases his 3rd album, simply entitled ‘Garou’.
    2005
    In 2005, he records ‘Tu es comme ça’ with young singer Marilou, and goes Top 10 straight away.
    2004
    In 2004 he sings La rivière de notre enfance with Michel Sardou.
    20031
    In November 2003 he releases his second album ‘Reviens’.
    2002
    In March 2002, Garou gathers 11,000 spectators at Paris-Bercy’s Palais Omnisport.
    2001
    While his first album remains a best-seller, Garou releases in 2001 the live album ‘Seul… avec vous’.
    2000
    After the success of Notre-Dame-de-Paris, Garou starts a solo career with his first album ‘Seul’.