Lilian Lissalde, a fan of Johnny Hallyday poses with a promotion poster of Halliday in Anglet, southwestern France, Wednesday, Dec.6, 2017. Johnny Hallyday, France's biggest rock star for more than half a century and an icon who packed sports stadiums and all but lit up the Eiffel Tower with his high-energy concerts at the foot of the Paris landmark, died early Wednesday. He was 74.
Lilian Lissalde, a fan of Johnny Hallyday poses with a promotion poster of Halliday in Anglet, southwestern France, Wednesday, Dec.6, 2017. Johnny Hallyday, France's biggest rock star for more than half a century and an icon who packed sports stadiums and all but lit up the Eiffel Tower with his high-energy concerts at the foot of the Paris landmark, died early Wednesday. He was 74. Bob Edme AP Photo
Lilian Lissalde, a fan of Johnny Hallyday poses with a promotion poster of Halliday in Anglet, southwestern France, Wednesday, Dec.6, 2017. Johnny Hallyday, France's biggest rock star for more than half a century and an icon who packed sports stadiums and all but lit up the Eiffel Tower with his high-energy concerts at the foot of the Paris landmark, died early Wednesday. He was 74. Bob Edme AP Photo

Rocker Hallyday idolized in native France, obscure elsewhere

December 06, 2017 01:17 PM

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