Friday, 29 July 2011

Elton John tickets on sale Friday for the second time in a week

Elton John tickets on sale Friday for the second time in a week to go and two sisters a day already in line for the show's other actors in Summerside. About 60 other fans have since joined them.

Marguerite Gallant and Yvonne Fitzgerald are sisters set up their lawn chairs outside Credit Union Place on Wednesday morning.

Tickets go on sale Friday at 10 a.m.

Elton John tickets for the Sydney, Nova Scotia show sold quickly and the issue of ticket buyers were similar.

Staff at the ticket last Friday met with disappointment from consumers hoping to avoid that, being booted off the website in the middle of buying.

Saturday, 16 July 2011

Sir Elton John says that he won’t “rush” young artists

Sir Elton John says that he won’t “rush” young artists who he has signed to his Rocket Music Studio in tfryh group company on before they are ready.

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The X Factor talent such as the gay star​​, often pushed into stardom and the singers have been criticized as reflecting, the staar says that young artists need time to develop their skills first.

Rocket Music already has signed-up Leon Russell, Lily Allen, James Blunt and Sir Elton himself.

Sir Elton tells Music Week, “The worst thing to do is to rush people to have a record out. They’ll make a record when they’re ready and it comes out when it is ready.”

Last year, Sir Elton said: “I’m not a fan of talent shows. I probably wouldn’t have lasted if I’d gone on one. I like Simon Cowell, but what he does is TV entertainment. I was asked to judge American Idol. I couldn’t do it because I won’t slag anyone off. Also, I don’t want to be on television. It’s become boring, arse-paralysingly brain crippling.”

“There have been some good acts, but the only way to sustain a career is to pay your dues in small, s**t clubs. TV vaults you to superstardom and then you have to back it up, which is hard.”

He added: “It’s important they write their own songs, so they’re not at the mercy of anyone. Songwriters today are pretty awful, which is why everything sounds the same. Contemporary pop isn’t very inspiring.

“Leona Lewis and Alexandra Burke are at the mercy of the next song they can get. Susan Boyle was an endearing phenomenon, but I fear she might not understand the rigours of showbusiness.”

Friday, 1 July 2011

Sir Elton John's son is a sorrow "great antidote" is

Sir Elton John's son is a sorrow "great antidote" is.

The 'Rocket Man' hitmaker with partner David Furnish became parents to baby Zachary via a surrogate mother previous Christmas Day - can't help but smile whenever he thinks of the "adorable" youngster.

He said: “When I’m singing at night, I sometimes think of him during a set and burst out laughing. He’s a great antidote to feeling miserable. Every single second he’s just adorable.

"He just makes me smile so much. He’s just a gorgeous little boy."

Elton's life after becoming a father "on the cake icing" because he was already so great and memorable things that happen to also agree, but he treasures every moment she is learning.

He told Magic 105.4 FM DJ Neil Fox: "My life has been quite remarkable, some of the things that have happened to me I never dreamt would happen to me ever. So this is the icing on the cake!

"He’s six months, he’s had his first solid food. It goes so quickly."

Elton and David have established a routine for Zachary, which has led to the 'Your Song' hitmaker becoming an expert in children's literature.

He explained: "Every night at 6.30pm we read him a story, that’s the highlight of the day. I’ve become an expert on children’s books.

"Of course we’ve done the 'Hungry Caterpillar'! He likes 'Stick Man' and also 'The Gruffalo'. Julia Donaldson is amazing, she’s fantastic."