Elton John - Million Dollar Piano Tickets
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Nothing gets bigger in music than a residency show performed by one of the greatest musicians of all times. Soon to be hitting the live arenas is the Elton John the Million Dollar Piano show. The event will take place at Caesars Palace's Colosseum in Las Vegas soon. At the show, Sir Elton John will play some of his most famous songs on a piano. It is suggested that you buy Elton John the Million Dollar Piano tickets are as soon as possible in order to listen to his live performance.
Sir Elton John was a prodigy who started playing piano at the age of three. By the time he turned seven, he started his formal piano lessons. His father who was a lieutenant in the Royal Air Force tried to discourage him but John's musical talent was too unique to be buried beneath another profession. His mother and maternal grandparents supported him and encouraged him to pursue the field. When he was eleven years old, he received a junior scholarship to study in the Royal Academy of Music. In the next four years, his music prowess deepened. He started writing music. In 1964, he formed a band with his friends and named it 'Bluesology'. The band used to provide backup for American touring bands like Major Lance, The Isley Brothers, Doris Troy and Patti LaBelle, The Bluebelles and Billy Stewart. In 1966 the band formed a more permanent position as supporting band of Long John Baldry. A year later he formed a partnership with Bernie Taupin which continues even today and recorded their first song called "Scarecrow". That same year he changed his name from Reginald Kenneth Dwight to Elton John as a tribute to Long John Baldry and his band's saxophonist Elton Dean. You will get to listen to some of his earliest songs from this time period at the Elton John the Million Dollar Piano concert.
He released his first album in 1969. It was titled Empty Sky. However, he came into public eye with his second album which was self-titled. Its second single "Your Song" was featured in the US Top Ten. Since then, there has been one success after another. In more than forty years of his career, he has recorded more than thirty albums and sold over 250 million copies of records. His song "Candle in the Wind 1997" which he wrote for the late Lady Diana, alone has sold more than 33 million copies becoming the best selling song in the history of Billboard. More than fifty songs of Elton John have been featured in the top 40 of album charts. His accolades include six Grammy Awards, one Golden Globe Award, one Academy Award, one Tony Award and four Brit Awards. He has been placed at forty-ninth position on the Rolling Stone'slist of hundred greatest artists in history and third on The Billboard Hot 100 Top All-Time Artists. He was knighted in 1998 for his "services to music and charitable services". He is also an inductee of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The Elton John the Million Dollar Piano sums up his successes in a rich repertoire of songs.
The set list of the Elton John the Million Dollar Piano recital includes "The Bitch Is Back" from his 1974 album, Caribou which has been certified gold. It also has "Bennie and the Jets", John's one of the most famous songs. Some of the top 40 songs like "Rocket Man", "Levon", "Your Song", "I Guess That's Why They Call It the Blues", "Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me" and "I'm Still Standing" are also part of the list along with chart toppers like "Blue Eyes" and "Philadelphia Freedom", and platinum certified songs such as "Tiny Dancer", "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road" and "Crocodile Rock". You will also get to hear some of John's personal favorites like "Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters" and "Better Off Dead" which is from his first chart-topping album. Last but not the least, John will also play some of his songs from the Disney movies like the theme song of the movie Gnome and Juliet "Saturday Night's Alright for Fighting" and Academy Award nominee "Circle of Life" from the movie The Lion King.
Elton John the Million Dollar Piano has all this and a lot more in store for you so get your Elton John the Million Dollar Piano tickets as soon as possible before they are all sold out!