One of Hallyday's later concerts, 100% Johnny: Live à la tour Eiffel in 2000, attracted an audience of 500,000 and . million television viewers (the show was broadcast live on French TV). In December 2005, Hallyday had his third number-one single on the French SNEP singles chart since its establishment in 1984, "Mon plus beau Noël" (after. Tous ensemble" and "Marie"), dedicated to his adopted daughter Jade. Shortly before announcing his retirement from touring in 2007, he released a blues-flavored album, Le Cœur d'un homme. A concert in Brussels was released as a live album in 2016. Hallyday's first wife, Sylvie Vartan, in 1966. Saint-Barthélemy se prépare à accueillir Johnny Hallyday pour l'éternité". Le Figaro (in French). Retrieved 9 December 2017.
Title on spine: JOHNNY - The Early Live Years Vol 4 - La Nation 1963, Olympia 1964 Title on the labels: Johnny Hallyday - The Early Live Years - La Nation 63 - Olympia 64. Gatefold cover with the CD on the left hand side and the LP inside the right hand side. Rights Society: SACEM SACD SDRM SGDL.
Olympia 1964 (Bonus Tracks). Johnny Hallyday (Jean-Philippe Léo Smet, b. 15 June 1943 in Paris – d. 6 December 2017, in Marnes-la-Coquette) was a French singer and actor. Influenced by Elvis Presley and the 1950s rock 'n' roll revolution, Hallyday became famous in the 1960s for singing rock 'n' roll in French. Hallyday's father, Léon Smet (1908–1989), was Belgian; his mother, Huguette Clerc (1920–2007), was French.
Johnny Hallyday was sometimes seen as rebellious, but mostly adored by several generations for his comforting light touch. Photograph: Gerard ock. His wife, Laeticia Hallyday, said on Wednesday: Johnny Hallyday has left us. I write these words without believing them. Part of Hallyday’s appeal through the generations was his fragility. He survived an early suicide attempt, was candid about depression and needing cocaine to get out of bed and work, and bounced back from years of serious health problems. During five marriages, including marrying one woman twice, he was a staple of gossip magazines, but when journalists turned up at posh hotels to meet him, he would present himself as a self-effacing, ordinary bloke.
Johnny Hallyday, the pompadoured, hip-swiveling rocker known as the "French Elvis" died on Wednesday (Dec. 6) at age 74. Hallyday was reportedly hospitalized on Friday (Nov. 17) at a Paris hospital due to respiratory difficulties and had been undergoing lung cancer treatments. The singer continued to perform well into his retirement years, thrilling crowds with his dark, gravely voice and unmistakable charisma, which made him a huge star in France and other French-speaking countries, filling arenas and stadiums well into his 60s; he was reportedly working on a new album and planning a tour at the time of his death.
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Tour 66: Stade de France 2009 documents the farewell tour of Johnny Hallyday, who announced his intention of retiring from the stage a couple years earlier. The album's title is an allusion to both the singer's advanced age and the iconic American highway. The tour commenced on May 8, 2009, and included a few sold-out shows at the 80,000-seat Stade de France stadium in Saint-Denis, as well as a free concert for 800,000 people at the Eiffel Tower in Paris.