After a rough few months beginning in February, Elton John is finally over his health problems that caused him to cancel quite a few shows. He is back to normal now and is performing his show “Million Dollar Piano” at the Colosseum at Caesar’s Palace. The show has been doing extremely well at the box office and tickets go pretty fast. Elton John needs no introduction; he is a legend in the world of music. The Million Dollar Piano set list contains greats like “Tiny Dancer,” “Bennie and the Jets,” and “Rocket Man.” Experiencing Elton John at the Colosseum is an event you will remember for a lifetime. He’s simply that good!
Elton John started the Million Dollar Piano show in Las Vegas back in September or 2011. Since then he has performed dozens of times. For a while the performances were a little sporadic. Elton John had suffered a respiratory infection and other medical problems that caused him to cancel quite a few shows early in 2012. But he’s back in full swing now and he’s still as amazing as always.
Few artists can compare to the influence and quality that Elton John brings to music. He has been performing for decades and has never lost his “touch.” Elton John is joined by his band, consisting of Davey Johnstone on guitar, Kim Bullard on keyboards, Nigel Olsson playing the drums, Matt Bissonette on bass guitar, and John Mahon on percussion. In addition, there’s a guest special appearance by Ray Cooper, a highly talented percussionist.
This isn’t your plain old sit-down-and-enjoy-the-music kind of show, though. This is Las Vegas. This is the Colosseum at Caesar’s! You’re in for one exciting and energetic show. Expect to be joined by huge crowds standing, dancing, and singing along in an experience you’ll share not only with friends and family that attend, but with the entire audience.
The 2 hour set gives Elton John freedom to perform as he pleases in a totally unrushed mode. He plays most of what you would expect as an Elton fan, but he also takes the time to include more obscure favorites like “Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters” and a tribute to Elizabeth Taylor, “Blue Eyes.”
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