At the concert “Johnny Hallyday that I love you”, 10,000 fans and a lot of emotion

JOHNNY HALLYDAY – Almost four years after the death of Johnny Hallyday, a day of tribute to the singer ended on Tuesday, September 14 in Paris with an event concert at the AccorHotels Arena.

A little earlier in the day, the Johnny-Hallyday esplanade and its controversial statue had been inaugurated outside the Parisian room. The former Bercy and its surroundings were not chosen at random: the favorite rocker of the French gave 101 concerts there, making him the male artist who has performed there the most times.

In the evening, the concert, called “Johnny Hallyday that I love you”, gathered 10,000 enthusiastic fans.

The show was broadcast live on France 2 and mobilized around fifty musicians in symphonic training.

“That I love you” performed by Patrick Fiori

Organized by his widow, this concert attended by Brigitte Macron, lined up the headliners for covers of the rocker’s successes (Florent Pagny, Patrick Bruel, Louis Bertignac, Gaëtan Roussel, Patrick Fiori, Julien Doré…).

Catherine Ringer reprises Gabrielle and Calogero Something from Tennessee.

The voice of Taulier resonated again in the Parisian room with a few titles from the archives projected on a giant screen.

Highlight, the crowd resuming in chorus That I love you performed by Patrick Fiori. At the last note, Johnny’s voice: “You’re hot tonight! Me too!”.

A recording of Johnny performing The quest, accompanied on stage by Yvan Cassar, its former artistic director, concluded this tribute concert.

Neither David Hallyday nor Laura Smet, Johnny’s first two children, were present, declining his widow’s invitation.

See also on Then24: Tribute to Johnny Hallyday: the images of the statue installed in front of Bercy

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