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4.7

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Great concert

Madison Square Garden - New York

Elton John is an impressive musician and his songs are memorable and fun. The concert was a trip through time as he sang many of the favorites like Benny and the Jets, Candle in the Wind, Daniel, Crocodile Rock and more. He had videos to accompany the songs which were interesting. He played the piano and sang with energy and enthusiasm for the entire concert. The other musicians in the band were also impressive. I really enjoyed it.

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Excellent

Madison Square Garden - New York

Loved the show. Elton is certainly one of the best artists.

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Awesome Show/Barclays Center Rips You Off

Madison Square Garden - New York

Elton was awesome as usual (5th time seeing him on the Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour). Barclays is a total rip-off on food and drinks. Very expensive. $13 for a “souvenir” soda with no refills. $7 for the small size. Alcohol, beers, water, way overpriced. Went to Madison Square Garden on Wednesday for Elton. Much more reasonable prices. “Souvenir” soda unlimited refills and alcohol, water, beer, food much more in line with other major city venues (Staples Center, Q Arena, Honda Center). I know it’s NY, but come on Barclays.

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Elton at his best !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Madison Square Garden - New York

This was Elton at his best. I enjoyed everything about the show. The band was awesome and played very well. Sharp esp Ray Cooper. Elton had a great voice all night. He played the Piano excellently, possibly the best hes' ever played. The length of the concert was great, a little over two hours without an intermission. The song selection was well done and covered his best hits and two he never did in concert before. Only complaint that I have is that...…..He should have played two more hours. This being his last tour, HE WILL BE MISSED!!!!!!!!!!!!! If it wasn't so expensive, I would see him again.

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Awesome concert

Madison Square Garden - New York

It was everything I thought it would bd be and more. He is awesome

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Great performance from EJ

Madison Square Garden - New York

Great venue with a fantastic atmosphere,Elton did not disappoint he’s going out with a bang

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Catain Fantastic!

Madison Square Garden - New York

Elton John NEVER disappoints. He was phenominal, as always, and the band terrific. The jam at the end if "Levon" was unbelievable. His candid talk about his overcoming alcoholism and how the words, "I need help," turned his life around, followed by the song, "I'm Still Standing," had the crowd cheering. His emotion and tears when he said how much he loved New York and playing Madison Square Garden, was so touching and had everyone thunderously clapping. The end of the concert, when he faced the audience and went up the moving ramp through a door that closed behind him, was bittersweet. Elton John is a phnomenon - never to be duplicated. What a concert. So glad I was there.

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Legend in Concert

Madison Square Garden - New York

The Man & his music! I loved singing every song. The crowd sang “Crocodile Rock” like we were all great friends & enjoying ever minute of some old songs & newer ones as well! Stage could’ve used a little more dressing up. But I guess Elton’s glittering outfits being front & center sufficed. He sounded great. I kept thinking “Whatta great portfolio of music! He really is a genius songwriter. 👍😁❤️

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Must see for Elton fans!

Madison Square Garden - New York

This was a great concert and one that you should see if you're a fan of Elton. The band was awesome. The stage was pretty cool though some of the video wasn't great. The setlist was good. And Elton was Elton. Though he doesn't have the range he once did, he was still good and man can he play the piano. Go before it is over.

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Hello again Yellow Brick Road

Madison Square Garden - New York

Even after all these years, Elton John still has it. His voice and mastery of the Piano made for just an incredible show. He is the ultimate showman.

Biography

Sir Elton John is undeniably one of the biggest pop stars of all time. His seemingly effortless musical skill and flamboyant style propelled him to superstardom in the '70s, and he has managed to retain his overwhelming popularity--producing top 40 singles yearly from 1970 to 1996. Somewhat of a piano prodigy, John started playing at four and won a scholarship to the Royal Academy of Music at the age of 11. After six years of formal training, he left the Academy to write and perform popular music. During the 1970's John, along with lyricist Bernie Taupin, produced a remarkable amount of material. The '70s was John's golden decade, during which he yielded such unforgettable classics as "Your Song," "Rocket Man," "Tiny Dancer," "Daniel," "Crocodile Rock," "Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me," "Benny and the Jets," "Don't Go Breaking My Heart," and "Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word." The '80s also saw the release of major hits including "Little Jeannie," "I Guess That's Why They Call it the Blues," "I'm Still Standing," "Sad Songs Say So Much," and "Candle in the Wind." In the '90s, songs such as "Sacrifice," and "Blessed," and "The One" hit the top 10 on the US charts, and his collaboration (in 1994) with lyricist Tim Rice on Disney's massively successful The Lion King produced the instant classics "Circle of Life" and "Can You Feel the Love Tonight"--the latter winning an Oscar for Best Original Song. The collaboration was so successful, the pair were recruited once again by Disney to write the music for their Broadway musical adaptation of the classic opera Aida--an album of this effort was released in 1999. The critical and commercial success of John's 2004 release, Peachtree Road, further solidifies his position as one of the most successful and enduring artists in pop music history.

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