Listen free to Johnny Hallyday – 1962: Johnny Hallyday Sings America's Rockin' Hits (Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On, Bill Bailey (Remastered) and more). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Johnny Hallyday (Jean-Philippe Léo Smet, b. 15 June 1943 in Paris – d. 6 December 2017, in Marnes-la-Coquette) was a French singer and actor. Influenced by Elvis Presley and the 1950s rock 'n' roll revolution, Hallyday became famous in the 1960s for singing rock 'n' roll in French. Hallyday's father, Léon Smet (1908–1989), was Belgian; his mother, Huguette Clerc (1920–2007), was French.
In 2012 he gave concerts in different countries, including Russia, and released the album L'Attente. Later Hallyday released two live albums, On Stage and Born Rocker Tour (a recording of his 70th anniversary concerts in Bercy and Theatre de Paris). Albums named Rester Vivant and De L'Amour were released in 2014 and 2015 respectively. In 2015-2016 Hallyday had the Rester Vivant Tour. A concert in Brussels was released as a live album in 2016. Hallyday's first wife, Sylvie Vartan, in 1966. Sings America’s Rockin’ Hits.
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Hallyday longed so much to make it big in the United States that he recorded his third album, Johnny Hallyday Sings America's Rockin' Hits, entirely in English in Nashville in 1962. He toured several US cities and even appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show in the hope of charming Americans with his cover versions of Blueberry Hill and Be Bop A Lula. Hallyday was the ultimate musical survivor, adapting to every trend. He went from rocker to hippie, to prog rock intellectual with his rock opera Hamlet, then back to back to basics with blues, country and western and French ballads, before a final flourish of Mad Max-style post-apocalyptic rock. The only constants were the untipped Gitanes cigarette that hung perennially from the corner of his mouth and the hard-partying "life of destruction" he led off stage.