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Articles — Elton John

Elton John’s Monumental Career: Five Decades Of Amazing Artistry

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As Elton John wound down his final farewell concert recently on July 8 in Stockholm, Sweden, he delivered a heartfelt message to his fans. While announcing that he would not be going on tour again, he expressed that it has been his “pure joy” to have performed live for his fans for 52 years. The 76-year-old legend also thanked his band and crew, dedicating his performance of “Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me” to them. The global superstar artist closed the show with “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road” for the final curtain call of his mammoth 330-show tour. The run started...

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1970 Elton John Debut RIAA Award To Elton Up For Sale

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An iconic RIAA Gold Album award has come onto the market for Elton John's April 1970 American debut. The award sports the special -- are rare -- feature that it is presented to Sir Elton himself. This is the album that started it all for Elton in the USA since his U.K.-released debut album Empty Sky was not released in the U.S. until 1975.  This also made his self-titled album his first RIAA Gold record in the USA. The album's track list included iconic breakthrough hit "Your Song", arguably he and Bernie Taupin's finest composition, and reportedly Elton's personal favorite. The...

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Elton John Biopic "Rocketman" To Premiere Late May

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Elton John is the latest rock musician to have their life brought to the big screen. Rocketman tells the story of John’s life beginning with his time as a prodigy at the Royal Academy of Music through his musical partnership with Bernie Taupin. The film will also explore John’s battles with depression, substance abuse, and acceptance of his sexual orientation. Starring as Elton John will be Taron Egerton,who also lent his own vocals to the role. The British actor has previously sung John’s “I’m Still Standing” for the animated film Sing, and also appeared in Kingsman: The Secret Service and its later sequel. The...

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