British singer Elton John He said goodbye last night to the theater and his millions of followers and fans with a concert in Stockholm, in which he thanked all his fans for “52 years of pure joy in making music.”
And to say goodbye he used one of his historical themes Goodbye, yellow cobblestone road. At the age of 76, Elton John, winner of five Grammy Awards, a career spanning more than 50 years and 4,600 shows around the world, is wrapping up his tours, he said, to give more time to his personal life.
Elton John said to his millions of fans, thousands of whom rallied Tele2 Arena From Stockholm where he performed two nights.
According to the Swedish press, the artist was wearing a frock coat with precious stones, and with it very big glasses, His latest show opened with the massive “Bennie and the Jets,” in a gala that lasted over two hours.
Elton John also paid tribute to his band, some of whose members have been with him for a long time and of whom he said so “They are the best, the absolute best.”
Another surprise of the night was that Coldplay, who is also on tour in Sweden, called Elton John off stage Olive in Gothenburg. “We will miss them very much,” said the singer. Chris Martin to audience applause.
Elton John, who smiled as he looked at the stadium’s giant screens, thanked the words and replied, “wonderful person“.
Elton John’s Farewell Tour Started in 2018 It is estimated that more than six million people attended. In each of the concerts of this tour, in the presence of A.A multigenerational audience, Elton has shown the great number of good songs he composed throughout his life and the talent with which he translates them.
From “Bennie and the Jets” to the end with “candle in the wind”, passes “Rocket Man,” “The Bitch Is Back,” “I’m Still Standing,” “Gator Rock,” and “Saturday Night’s Alright for a Fight.”are some of the songs used in the tour that passed through Barcelona, Spain in May.
Another highlight of the tour was his time at the festival Glastonbury with “passionateAnd a packed show was, moreover, their last concert in the UK.
“I never thought I’d be playing Glastonbury one day while I’m here.” Visibly moved, John addressed the audience to thank them for making him “feel so happy” and “52 years of incredible love and loyalty”.