A mammoth tour.
The British actor joined the musical legend onstage for a little number on the ‘Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour’.
Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
Despite Elton being old, smart and very rich.
Elton John is retiring from touring, but he’s going out with a bang!
“Shows you how homophobic he isn’t.”
“I don’t know what it is with Australia at the moment, but they keep producing the most fantastic music.”
Spending two days in intensive care.
HOLD US CLOSER, TINY DANCER
“On Christmas Day, George Michael passed away. It was one of the saddest moments of my career.”
Their first album in 18 years will be HUGE.
Hold me closer, Elton.
John reportedly told him to “get your todger out” and “say hello to Uncle Elton.”
A small look at the huge legacy of the legendary producer and Fifth Beatle, who passed away today at the age of 90.
Elton’s still drawing inspiration from young artists.
Elton John is making sure his fans in Sydney will most definitely be feeling the love tonight, adding a second, more “intimate” stop at the Emerald City to his All The Hits tour this December. Sir Elton and his sparkly specs will perform an additional Sydney show at the city’s Hordern Pavilion. “Oh, that’s not
We’re getting really close to Apple Music‘s 30th June launch date and they’re bringing out the big guns to get users on board, announcing a stellar lineup of radio presenters for their global Beats 1 station. Apple poached BBC Radio 1 presenter Zane Lowe earlier this year to curate the 24/7 streaming radio station and
Elton John is getting ready to unleash the hits upon Australia when he tours in December and now things have just got even more exciting with the Brit confirming a host of stellar support acts. Pianist and composer Tate Sheridan will open for John at all shows while Megan Washington, Sheppard and Foy Vance will
Get ready to tell the nearest tiny dancer to hold you closer, as musical legend Elton John has today announced he is bringing his band (and his shiny as all hell sunglasses) down under at the end of the year for a series of arena shows. The ‘All The Hits’ Tour will hit the capital
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