The varied history and many interpretations of one of the most enduring John-Taupin compositions.
Taupin's original lyrics for ‘The Border Song’ and ‘Bennie And The Jets’ also went under the hammer.
The 2020 SAG Award Nominations were announced today, and ‘Rocketman’ star Taron Egerton was among the list of nominees for his role as Elton John.
Taylor Swift, Beyoncé and Elton John all earned nominations for best original song for a movie for 'Cats', 'The Lion King' and 'Rocketman'.
The deal will enable the producers to use the Bee Gees' classic songs in the picture.
Featuring 12 stamps in all, the new collection celebrates the iconic singer-songwriter's classic album sleeves and landmark live performances.
Taron Egerton, the star of the Elton John biopic ‘Rocketman’ will narrate the audiobook version for John’s forthcoming memoir ‘ME’.
Directed by Russell Mulcahy in 1983, the original film suffered when the director and his camera fell into the ocean off the French coast.
The legendary artist was hailed as a “melodic genius” by the French President's office.
Elton John is blasting up the charts thanks to the release of the biopic 'Rocketman', earning the pop icon his 20th Top 10 album with the greatest hits album 'Diamonds'.
The new visual features archive live footage, 70’s psychedelic animation, iconic album artwork and gig posters.
'Rocketman' opened in cinemas in the UK and Ireland on 24 May and nationwide in the US on 31 May.
The untitled film centres around George’s early beginnings in an Irish a working-class family and his meteoric rise to fame as the frontman for the 80s pop force Culture Club.
The singer writes: "The story of how I ended up in a cinema, crying my eyes out at the sight of my family 60 years ago, is a long and convoluted one.”
The forthcoming Elton John biopic recounts the legendary star’s rise to fame, but what Elton John songs are in the ‘Rocketman’ film? Find out here.
The uptempo, stomping, Motown-flavoured ‘(I’m Gonna) Love Me Again' plays over the closing credits of the Rocketman film.