“We must continue to transmit our music and our work.” Invited by BFTMTV on Thursday, the widow of the singer Laetitia Hallyday spoke about the project of a musical comedy and that of the creation of a “music school” in the provinces. “It’s a big dream that I’ve been working on for two years already. I need to transmit, to share. There is such a gap in the lives of fans. This “Johnny Hallyday school” will be located in France, but not in Paris,” she reported, without giving further details as to the location. “The idea is to give young artists the chance to learn and nourish themselves with different musical cultures,” she added. Coming soon.”

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After its presentation in Brussels in the spring, Johnny Hallyday Exposition opens its doors on Friday December 22 at the Parc des Expositions in Paris, where it will be held until June. The exhibition retraces the 74 years of the singer’s life and the public will parade, pieces after pieces, in a reconstruction – created from photos – of the places which marked the life of Johnny Hallyday, from his teenage bedroom to the office in his villa in Marnes-la-Coquette.

The mayor of Paris Anne Hidalgo and Laeticia Hallyday will also unveil during the day a plaque in tribute to the singer. The latter will be located in front of the building in which the star grew up, at 13, rue de la Tour des Dames (Paris 9th).