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Elton John confirmed for Eden Sessions
Updated: 8 December 2014

Elton John will visit the Eden Project to take part in the Eden Sessions as part of his European tour.

Elton and his band will perform at the venue on 16 June 2015. The concert is part of Elton John’s European tour and will be his first gig in Cornwall for 30 years.

The legendary singer and his band – who are Nigel Olsson, Davey Johnstone, Matt Bissonette, John Mahon and Kim Bullard – will perform tracks from his 50 year career including those from his Goodbye Yellow Brick Road album.

Elton John 2015 tour
Updated: 26 November 2014

Elton John has announced that he will play a number of shows during June 2015. Gloucester, Walsall, Glasgow and Aberdeen will be treated to concerts by the music legend.

Elton John’s UK dates will start at Kingsholm Stadium in Gloucester on 7 June. The tour will continue to Walsall’s Banks’s Stadium (13) and Glasgow’s The SSE Hydro (19) before coming to an end at the Outdoors @ AECC in Aberdeen on 20 June.

Elton John will be joined by his band for the concerts. Get your summer underway with the sound of Elton John!

Elton John to perform in Dublin
Updated: 17 February 2014

Elton John has announced that he will perform at The O2 Dublin in December 2014 with his band. The concert of Elton John and his band will take place on 9 December 2014.

The performance follows on from Elton John’s summer tour where Elton John and his band will perform in Manchester, Nottingham, Newcastle, Slough and Colchester.

About Sir Elton John

Widely regarded as one of the UK’s best singer-songwriters, Sir Elton John’s 40+ year career has seen him travel the world and perform at countless high-profile events. With a vast repertoire of original material, Sir Elton John tickets are always highly sought after.

Sir Elton John started his music career in the mid 1960’s in short-lived bands, such Bluesology. It wasn’t until Sir Elton John, then known under his real name Reginald Kenneth Dwight, answered an ad in the NME. The advert was placed by Liberty Records A&R Ray Williams who eventually put Sir Elton John in touch with Bernie Taupin. This was the beginning of one of the most successful and long-lasting song-writing partnerships in history.

Elton John’s first solo record

In 1969 Sir Elton John released his first solo album, Empty Sky. This was followed by the eponymous album during the next year. The collection included the hit, Your Song, which has become one of Sir Elton John’s trademark songs. Notably, Sir Elton John’s piano line in Your Song is heavily influenced by the work of Leon Russell, who Sir Elton John has collaborated with, most recently on the 2010 album The Union.

The 1970’s saw Sir Elton John become part of the Rock n’ Roll jet set elite. Outrageous costumes, parties and a never-ending flow of hit albums and singles. Rocket Man, Crocodile Rock, Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, Don’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me, Don’t Go Breaking My Heart or Candle In The Wind were just some of the songs that shot straight to the top of the charts.

Elton John’s success continues

In the 1980’s Sir Elton John went for an unashamed pop sound with more chart-storming hit singles, such as I’m Still Standing, Sad Songs (Say So Much), I Don’t Wanna Go Down Like That, Sacrifice and, the cold-war love ballad, Nikita.

Sir Elton John scored his biggest single with the remake of Candle In The Wind, the tribute version he sang at the funeral for Lady Diana in 1997. Candle In The Wind 1997 sold in excess of 33 million copies and was named “The best-selling single of all time.” He went on to vow that he would never perform Candle In The Wind 1997 again. Instead he performs the original version from his 1973 album, Goodbye Yellow Brick Road.


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    Kimberly Wash hits back at Elton John 's British pop critique

    16 Feb 2011

    After Sir Elton John recently said in an interview that British pop music was in dire straits with all artists sounding similar, Girls Aloud star Kimberly Walsh has responded. Elton John said "They all sound the same. It's hard to tell Girls Aloud from The Saturdays. And then there's Cheryl Cole... It's all crap. British pop music like that is the worst, it's just awful." He also criticised the "growing" trend of miming. Walsh said "I don't think it ever pays to slag people off in such a derogatory way -- it's in bad taste. You can put your view across without being so nasty. But I'll give him the benefit of the doubt -- perhaps he was in a bad mood because Zachary had kept him up all night!"

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  • Elton John and Lady Gaga to duet!

    25 Oct 2010

    It has been confirmed that Sir Elton John and Lady Gaga have recorded a duet for Disney. The track is called "Hello, Hello" and will appear on "Gnomeo and Juliet, which is due to be released in Febuary 2011. It follows Elton John and Gaga's performance at together at the Grammy Awards,

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  • Mother of Elton John sells his memorabillia

    21 Oct 2010

    The mother of Sir Elton John has sold his memorabilia for £28,820 at auction. The Elton John items included more than one hundred gold and platinum disks, a musical box moulded as a piano, VIP passes and her personal collection of his records.

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    Elton John announces summer 2015 UK concerts

    26 Nov 2014

    Sir Elton John has revealed that he will perform four concerts during June 2015 with his band.

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  • Elton John to play three shows in June 2014

    07 Nov 2013

    It has been announced that Elton John will be playing at Manchester, Nottingham and Colchester, with his band, during June 2014 following the release ...

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  • Elton John Hyde Park Show Announced

    05 Jun 2013

    The Elton John Hyde Park show has been announced for Friday 12th July 2013 London as part of the Barclaycard British Summertime festival.

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