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Johnny Hallyday, Gallic rocker worshipped as the 'French Elvis,' dead at 74

L.A. Times Wednesday, 6 December 2017
Johnny Hallyday, the French rock legend who came to fame in the early 1960s with cover versions of American rock 'n' roll hits and continued to sell out concerts in France for decades, has died at his home outside Paris. He was 74.

Hallyday, who was often called “the French Elvis,” died Wednesday,...
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Johnny Hallyday, a legendary singer known as the French Elvis Presley, has passed away aged 74 following a battle with lung cancer.

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