After Paul McCartney, it is the turn of another rockstar of paying tribute to the memory of Johnny Hallyday in Saint-Barthélemy. The image of the former Beatle, Bono recently visited the grave of Elvis French to pay homage to him. On the account Instagram of the irish group, the leader of U2 has shared a video in front of the tomb of the Taulier. The extract is accompanied by the caption: “memories of the last week”.

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Paul David Hewson, his real name appears in the process of reciting the lyrics of the song I am the blues , a title that he had written for Johnny Hallyday. “I’m as blue as the Côte d’azur, and both of us are not so pure do I still belong to her? Help me, help me, I can’t choose, I am the Blues”, says Bono in front of the tomb of the Elvis French. The singer concludes the video by a few words to the interpreter, I will talk to the devil . “A year already, Johnny Hallyday. Here at Sant-Barth, we think of you”, he says.

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Memories from last week…. Bono

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Bono had already paid tribute to the rocker. On 6 December 2017, in the aftermath of the death of Johnny Hallyday, he remembered his meeting with the former idol of the young people at the microphone of RTL. “I remember this special moment where I met Johnny. Here is the man who sang “Go the Blues!” And I said to him: “But you’re France, you’re Blue!” The heart of France is broken,” he said.