British pop star Elton John celebrates his 75th birthday on Friday with the release of the album “Diamonds: The Ultimate Greatest Hits” on streaming sites with high quality Dolby Atmos sound.
Born in the northwestern suburbs of London on March 25, 1947, the singer’s real name is Reginald Dwight, who was awarded the Nighthood in 1998 by Queen Elizabeth II in recognition of her contribution to music and social activism, especially in the fight against AIDS. .
Sir Elton John has sold more than 300 million records worldwide in his career of over five decades.
“I’m not usually a person who looks back or feels nostalgic, but it’s very important to celebrate the 75th anniversary,” said Elton John, who has had many hits, including “Your Song”, “Crocodile Rock” and “Candle”. In the air. “.
The singer, who presented his autobiography on the film “Rocketman” in 2019, added: “I’m very lucky because I’m 75, I still love what I do, I’m still very active in music, and I’m very happy. Give it a go, listen to it, talk about it every day. “
While his farewell world tour titled “Farewell Yellow Brick Road” is still going on, Elton John said, “The ducks I get when I go live are just as amazing as they were 50 years ago. There’s still a lot more to offer.” For the new generation of fans and artists.
Elton John continues to lead the song races. Last year, he co-wrote the song “Gold Heart” with singer Tua Lipa, which topped the UK chart, as well as the song “Merry Christmas” with Ed. Sheeran was released last Christmas.
The star, who is known for his exotic costumes, embarked on a farewell tour in 2018, which was planned to cover more than 300 concerts around the world in three years before being hit by the Covid-19 epidemic.
In October 2021, the singer again postponed the tour for three months due to hip surgery.
Last January, after he tested positive for Covit-19, he was forced to cancel two concerts he had performed in Dallas, South America.
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