The posthumous album of rock star Johnny Hallyday, who died in December 2017, will be released on October 19th, production company Warner France announced on Thursday.
He is at the center of the legal battle between Laeticia and Hallyday children. The posthumous album of the famous singer Johnny Hallyday will be released on October 19th. This was announced by the production company Warner France on Thursday 6th September.
“My country is love” will consist of 10 titles
It will be called “My country is love”.
A record that was made by Maxime Nucci, says Yodelice, the regular collaborator of Johnny’s latest albums. Artists like Miossec and Yarol Poupaud contributed to its creation.
It will consist of 10 titles: “Made in rock n roll”, “My country is love”, “William’s America”, “4m2”, “Back in LA”, “I’ll talk about it to the devil “,” Forgive me “,” I am only a man “,” Fall still “and” A child of the century “.
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— Warner Music France (@WarnerMusicFR) 6 September 2018
Inheritance rights refused to children
Johnny Hallyday died on December 6, 2017, from cancer.
After the national tribute he was given, his legacy quickly became the subject of controversy between his wife Laeticia and the two children, Laura Smet and David Hallyday. The latter demanded the freezing of their father Johnny’s assets and a right of inspection of his posthumous album. What was denied them .
Johnny’s children feel disinherited by their father’s will, drafted in 2014 under US law and a first hearing is scheduled for November 22 in France to discuss the jurisdiction of the court.