Sir Elton John made sure to give London a show for the ages at the 2016 Apple Music Festival.
“It’s going to be a night of surprises,” the 69-year-old announced last night to the crowd at Camden’s Roundhouse. The legendary rocking pianist performed re-workings of his greatest hits, combined with guest spots of up-and-coming singers.
“Tonight we decided I wanted to do a show that Incorporates some of the artists I’ve found through Apple Music Radio,” John said. “They don’t get played on mainstream radio because mainstream radio mostly plays all crap.”
John made sure to feature emerging talent like Rosie Lowe, Gallant and Parker Millsap – and performed hits like “Don’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me”, “I Guess That’s Why They Call It The Blues” and “Tiny Dancer”.
John released his 33rd studio album “Wonderful Crazy Night” this past February.