Renowned French rock musician Johnny Hallyday (Jean-Philippe Léo Smet) died Wednesday at the age of 74.
Legendary French Armenian singer Charles Aznavour, who was close with Hallyday, with whom he had performed several well-known duets and was the writer of numerous songs by Hallyday, also expressed his feelings in this regard.
“after a few decades, I am again struck painfully by a strange coincidence, the disappearance of four unusual characters, which in the space of one night left us. Edith Piaf and Jean Cocteau (Note: Dead to a day apart in October 1963), and today johnny hallyday and Jean D ‘ Ormesson, two of my artistic family and two of my masters to think who will remain forever engraved in my heart And in my mind. So they enter my legends, in my past, to accompany me the rest of my days,” Aznavour wrote on his Facebook page.
And learning of Johnny Hallyday’s passing, Charles Aznavour canceled all his interviews that were scheduled for next week, before his upcoming concert.
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