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The follow-up to his first English-language release, Piece of My Soul, Gentleman Cambrioleur is the 2009 covers album from Quebec singer/songwriter Garou. Produced by Philippe Paradis (Zazie), its 12 tracks include covers of both French-language (Charles Aznavour's "À Ma Fille," Serge Gainsbourg's "Les Dessous Chics") and English-language tracks (Madonna's "Sorry," Rod Stewart's "Da Ya Think I'm Sexy"), all performed in a jazz-pop style. ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi


Born: 26 June 1972 in Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada

Genre: French Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

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...
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