Garou (born 26 June 1972) is a French Canadian singer from Sherbrooke, Quebec. Born Pierre Garand, he was discovered by Luc Plamondon while singing American blues tunes in a Sherbrooke bar. He was drafted by Plamondon to play the role of Quasimodo in his musical Notre-Dame de Paris, which made him a star in France. After the musical, he launched a successful international pop music career in Quebec, France, and many other European countries. In 2000, Garou recorded a duet with Celine Dion called "Sous le Vent." Hits: Seul, Que l'amour est violent, Gitan, Je n'attendais que vous.
Céline Dion, born March 30, 1968 is a Canadian singer, occasional songwriter, actress, and entrepreneur. Born to a large, impoverished family in the youngest of fourteen children. Music had always been a part of the family, as she grew up singing with her siblings in her parents' small piano bar. The international superstar Celine Dion recorded more than 25 French and English albums. She is the best selling female artist of all time with over 200 million albums, worldwide. Some of Celine Dion’s greatest hits are: Incognito, Des mots qui sonnent, Je danse dans ma tête, Là-bas, I'm alive, Mon ami m'a quittée, La Belle et la Bête, Think Twice, Where Does My Heart Beat Now, The Power of Love, Pour que tu m'aimes encore, Because You Loved Me, It's All Coming Back to Me Now, All by Myself, My Heart Will Go On (Titanic), Sous le vent, (duo avec Garou), A New Day Has Come, I Drove All Night, Tout l'or des hommes, Taking Chances