Johnny Hallyday, the French answer to Elvis Presley, who kept audiences enthralled for nearly 60 years with his Gallic interpretations of American rock ’n’ roll and his turbulent offstage life, has died. He was 74.His wife, Laeticia, confirmed the death to Agence France-Presse on Wednesday. While the French Elvis was hardly known by many Americans, in the French-speaking world there was only one “Johnny.””We all have a piece of Johnny Hallyday inside every one of us,” a statement from President Emmanuel Macron’s office said. “The public today is in tears, and the whole country mourns.”
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