Death of Johnny Hallyday: US media pay tribute to “French Elvis”
From the “Washington Post” to the “New York Times”, via CNN, the American media greet on Tuesday the memory of Johnny Hallyday. Across the Atlantic, the rocker was seen as a “French Elvis”.
He was the most American of French singers. Tuesday, the Anglo-Saxon media pay tribute to Johnny Hallyday, blown away by cancer in the night. “Johnny Hallyday, the biggest rock star in France for more than half a century (…) is dead,” writes the New York Times.