Posted by Fox News on February 20, 2019 06:47:51 French singer Jean-Yves Singery has been honoured with a “fierce tribute” from “The Beatles” star John Lennon.
The song, sung by “The Ringmasters”, is set to be performed at a performance of the new film “Fierce” in Paris on Tuesday (February 21).
The title of the performance is “The Great Wall” and it is a tribute to “John” who has been the subject of controversy due to a string of sex scandals, drug abuse and his violent death at the age of 44.
The film is a collaboration between British director David Fincher and French director Jean-Louis Lumière.
The director of the film, Louis Croll, said in a statement: “The great Wall” will be performed with a new composition by Jean-Paul Sartre, which reflects the spirit of the moment.
Lennon’s legacy and life story is one that is inextricably linked with the music of The Beatles.
He was an accomplished artist and a brilliant musician, and is remembered by many as the first Beatle.
The singer’s legacy is not only in the music industry but also in French society.
In 2016, he was awarded the Order of Merit from the French government.
The singer is also remembered for his philanthropic work in French schools and hospitals, and the many charitable projects he worked on.
He was a lifelong fan of French music and French culture and a true artist.
He passed away in 1994, but many of his songs remain popular in French pop culture.
Ludi Luede, an expert in L’Art Nouveau culture at the National Film and Television School in Paris, told Fox News that “Félix” is one of a number of “lovable and wonderful” songs that he has heard sung in the French tradition, including “I Can’t Help It” and “The Last Time I Saw You”.
Ludi added that “The Song” was a traditional tribute to the “great man” who lived in the years between Lennon’s birth and death, and who died at the end of 2016 at the very age of 74.
“He was one of the great men, the most famous artist of all time,” he said.
“John Lennon’s legacy in music is linked with French culture.
The ‘The Great Song’ is a great tribute to him.”
Ludi noted that “the great man” is considered one of France’s greatest musicians of all times.
He also added that the “I Don’t Know My Name” is a “good tribute” to the singer’s “magnificent and wonderful work” as an artist.
Ludi Luedes said that L’art Nouveaux “was the French expression of a way of life.”
“The Beatles were a very important part of that French tradition.
The Beatles are an example of a great cultural movement that was created by the people,” he added.