For thirty years, kids at school and summer camp have sung "Santiano" and "Celine". These songs are so famous that we forget about their author and singer, Hugues Aufray, a modern day troubadour. He was the one before everyone else who chose to live in the great outdoors with a herd of goats and a return to nature. This way of life meant he was forgotten by the media for a time. But as the years went on, he knew how to conquer the heart of a very diverse audience.