NOVEMBER 10, 2017

Watch and Listen to Elton Promote ‘Diamonds’

The following is a list of Elton’s upcoming appearances (starting this morning) on US and UK TV and radio to promote his ultimate greatest hits collection, ‘Diamonds.’

The collection comes out today in three formats: 3 CD limited edition box set; 2 CD; and 2 LP gatefold album.

While these events are based in their local countries, some may be available to fans elsewhere in the world via the Internet.

UK TV: Friday, November 10 – Elton on ‘Lorraine​’

Elton answered Lorraine’s questions last Sunday on ITV. He spoke about his favourite songs, his many different looks, and being a dad.

Elton on ITV's 'Lorraine'

US TV: Friday, November 10 – Elton on ‘The Today Show’

Elton had a candid conversation with Matt Lauer this morning on The Today Show.

UK Radio: Sunday, November 12 – ‘Johnnie Walker Meets…’ Elton John and Bernie Taupin​

BBC Radio 2 aired this brilliant 2 hour special at 10 AM ET on Sunday, November 12th, with Johnnie Walker sitting down with Elton and Bernie to talk about their incredible 50-year career together.

Listen online here.

The interview covers the excitement of their early years on the road, their feelings for each other and the meaning and creation of many of their signature songs. It’s definitely not to be missed!

UK TV: Sunday, November 12 – ‘Elton John: The Nation’s Favourite Song​’

Tune in to ITV at 9 pm on Sunday for a countdown of the top 20 Elton John songs, as voted for by the British public.

David Walliams interviews Elton as they work their way through the list, with appearances from a host of stars such as Rod Stewart, Ed Sheeran, Chris Martin, Dionne Warwick, Annie Lennox, Kiki Dee, and more.


Saville Theatre
135 Shaftesbury Avenue

On 11 December 1966, Elton’s first band, Bluesology, played there as one of two support acts for his rock and roll pianist idol, Little Richard. This was roughly the 140th gig for Bluesology, who had been playing out for just under two years.

UK TV: Friday, December 1 – ‘The Graham Norton Show’

Elton appeared on the BBC One chat show along with Pink, Carey Mulligan, Stephen Fry, and Robbie Williams.