Elton John Concerts

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Top 10 most played songs by Elton John in the last 40 concerts.

Setlist profile

Songs to be played live were released on the following albums:

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How long is the concert? Elton John will be on stage for approx 2:29. Here is the probable setlist based on previous concerts (99% probability):

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  1. Goodbye Yellow Brick Road cover Bennie and the Jets
  2. Captain Fantastic And The Brown Dirt Cowboy cover Philadelphia Freedom
  3. Too Low For Zero cover I Guess That's Why They Call It the Blues
  4. Elton John cover Border Song
  5. Madman Across The Water cover Tiny Dancer
  6. Don't Shoot Me I'm Only The Piano Player cover Have Mercy on the Criminal
  7. Honky Chateau cover Rocket Man (I Think It's Going to Be a Long, Long Time)
  8. Elton John cover Take Me to the Pilot
  9. Captain Fantastic cover Someone Saved My Life Tonight
  10. Madman Across The Water cover Levon
  11. Goodbye Yellow Brick Road cover Candle in the Wind
  12. Goodbye Yellow Brick Road cover Funeral for a Friend/Love Lies Bleeding
  13. To Be Continued... cover Sad Songs (Say So Much)
  14. Ladies And Gentlemen... The Best Of George Michael cover Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me
  15. Caribou cover The Bitch Is Back
  16. Too Low For Zero cover I'm Still Standing
  17. Don't Shoot Me I'm Only The Piano Player cover Crocodile Rock
  18. Goodbye Yellow Brick Road cover Saturday Night's Alright for Fighting
  19. Encore #1

  20. The Lockdown Sessions cover Cold Heart
  21. Elton John cover Your Song
  22. Goodbye Yellow Brick Road cover Goodbye Yellow Brick Road

Elton John Tour Map 2022

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Elton John Biography

Elton John (born as Reginald Kenneth Dwight) is a British singer and songwriter. He was born on March 25, 1947 in Pinner, Greater London, England. John didn’t grow up in a wealthy family. He was raised in a public housing project mostly by his maternal grandparents. His parents were avid hobby musicians, so the young Reginald too found an affection for music. Despite his father’s misgivings, he decided to pursue a career as a musician. 

His first paid gig was as a regular pianist in a local pub at just age 15. Despite having good eyesight, he started wearing his signature horn-rimmed glasses to imitate American rock and roll star Buddy Holly.

In 1962, he and his friends formed the group "Bluesology". They found quite a bit of success, even going on tour in the US, opening for major bands. In 1967, John answered a newspaper ad placed by record producer Ray Williams. John got the job as a songwriter for the label Liberty Records, and the two, along with lyricist Bernie Taupin, have been collaborating ever since. It was around this time that the British music legend took on the name “Elton John”, to pay homage to two of his former bandmates at  Bluesology. He legally changed his name to Elton Hercules John in 1972.

John’s first single came out in 1968, with the title “I’ve Been Loving You”. His debut studio album came out in June 1969, entitled “Empty Sky”. However, his first massive hit was his self-titled second album from April 1970. “Elton John” peaked at the #4 spot on the famous US Billboard 100 charts in the US, and on the #5 spot on the album charts in his home country of UK

Since then, he has released 29 additional studio projects, thus he has 31 in total. He has sold an accumulative 300 million copies of his albums so far, which makes him the 4th best selling artist of all time. His biggest hits to date are "Tiny Dancer" (1971), "Rocket Man" (1972), and "Sacrifice" (1989); as well as "Cold Heart" (2020), featuring Dua Lipa. John also wrote the soundtrack for the classic Disney animated movie "Lion King" (1994).

Elton John has been open about his homosexuality since a 1976 interview with Rolling Stone Magazine. He is also an avid advocate for AIDS research, having founded the Elton John AIDS Foundation in 1992. In 1998, he was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II for his contributions to music and charity.

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