Elton John's concert in Birmingham, Ala. on Friday (March 15) night was canceled due to unspecified medical reasons. The announcement was made hours before the show at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex Arena was to begin.
It probably goes without saying that not all 'Saturday Night Live' hosts are created equal. But say what you will about Justin Timberlake, whenever he shows up at the 'SNL' set for one of his frequent visits, he brings comic timing as well as musical talent to the table.
Sure, Van Halen's legendary concert riders used to demand that all of the brown M&Ms be removed. But it's not like they ever requested that the tasty sweets be given their own adjacent temperature-controlled hotel room. To get to that level of kooky eccentricity, you'll need to read Elton John's tour demands.
Over the last 21 years, Elton John's annual Oscar party has raised more than $300 million for AIDS research -- an impressive number that got even bigger on Sunday (Feb. 24), when John's latest bash added another $6 million to the total.
Elton John says his long-awaited new studio effort, recorded in two sessions spread out over nine months, offers fans "everything I love about American music: gospel, soul, country," adding: "It's the most adult record I can make at my age."
Elton John is hoping other artists will follow his lead and set up in-store appearances and performances at HMV, a European record store chain that is facing closure. The singer will be playing a series of in-store shows at retail locations to remind people of the value of the physical record.
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