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Sting at the Bataclan one year after the massacre: Honoring the dead to start living again

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13 November 2016Music to defeat fear and death. One year after the November 13 massacre, the Bataclan Club reopens, the local historic Parisian theater of one of the attacks by jihadist terrorists. Here over 90 people died of the 130 victims of that dramatic evening. "Honoring the dead and starting to live again": this is how the singer Sting from the stage. The artist agreed to hold a concert on the day of the reopening, after the rejection of so many French singers

Before singing a short talk, in a fluent French:

Concert du re-revisit au #Bataclan #Sting en Français se recueille à la mémoire des victimes. pic.twitter.com/CjaJ8EEHhL

- J-Francois Belanger (@belangerjf) 12 November 2016

Bataclan prohibits entry to the Eagles of death metal
Two members of the American band Eagles of death metal, who played at Bataclan on the evening of November 13th 2015 when a jihadist commando raided killing 90 people, tried to enter the venue but were denied access.

"They came and I rejected them," said the co-director of the Bataclan according to reports in the French press. This seems to be related to the fact that the singer, of the group, Jesse Hughes, accused some vigilantes of the hall of having abandoned their place specifically to facilitate the attack. "Out of general respect, and for the victims and staff of the Bataclan, I will not invite them," Frutos had already said in an interview with France Info.




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