Johnny Hallyday Mourned With Extravagant Funeral Procession
The rock star, known as the "French Elvis," died Wednesday at 74 after battling lung cancer.
Johnny Hallyday, Giant of French Rock Music, Dies at 74
Dubbed the "French Elvis," Hallyday sold over 100 million records worldwide.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Lacks a Crucial Form of Diversity, Writes GOP Strategist (Guest Column)
The Hall's English-only focus underserves both artists and U.S. cultural diplomacy, says former RNC communications director Doug Heye, who honors tonight's "richly deserving" inductees as he makes a case for "the French Elvis."
Oscar Winner Claude Lelouch to Open Montreal World Film Festival
The French director's 44th film, "Salaud, on t'aime," starring Johnny Hallyday and Sandrine Bonnaire, will kick off the Canadian festival on Aug. 21.