Caleb Quaye Looks Back At Elton John’s Rock Of The Westies/Blue Moves Band – Interview

Caleb Quaye Remember The Elton John Band From Rock of the Westies & Blue Moves (Interview 6) “Rock of the Westies” in 1975 and “Blue Moves” the following year marked the end of the heyday for Elton John in the 70’s. After the latter album Elton only had 4 Top […]

Caleb Quaye: The One Elton John Song He Refused To Play – INTERVIEW

Guitarist Caleb Quaye has always been a big Elton John fan but it doesn’t mean he has to like every song Captain Fantastic has ever released. When Elton asked him to come back into the fold in 1975 there was one song that he was not interested in playing. Caleb […]

Gentle Giant’s Derek Shulman On the Day They Fired Elton John

There’s that old cliche’, “you never know what’s around the corner.” Bad things can lead to more hard times but usually these watershed moments are roads to learning, discovery and better things in life. When a young Elton John (known by his real name Reginald Kenneth Dwight back then) was […]

Was There Competition Between Elton’s Guitarist’s Caleb Quaye & Davey Johnstone?

Was There Competition Between Elton Guitarist’s Caleb Quaye & Davey Johnstone? (Interview #4) Davey Johnstone is Elton John’s longest lasting band member. He joined on “Madman Across The Water” in 1971. He was on every full Elton John studio albums from the 70’s except his disco album “Victim Of Love” […]

Caleb Quaye Remembers His Elton John Band mate Roger Pope

Caleb Quaye Remembers His Elton John Band-mate Roger Pope (Interview #3) To most the ultimate Elton John Band are the guys who created most of the seventies hits. That’s Elton with guitarist Davey Johnstone, drummer Nigel Olsson and Dee Murray on Bass (He died in 1992). From “Honky Chateau” in […]

Guitarist Caleb Quaye Remembers Going Big On Elton John’s 2nd LP

Elton John’s debut album, “Empty Sky” wasn’t released in North America until 1975. It was squeezed in between his first “Greatest Hits” album and “Captain Fantastic.” Up until 1975 many North American fans thought the Elton John LP from 1970 was his debut. It didn’t help that it was self […]

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Elton John Ecstatic About Kingsman Actor Taron Egerton Playing him in Biopic

It’s about time. There’s a movie on the way about Elton’s rise to fame called “Rocketman.” Twenty-eight-year-old Egerton will also sing Elton’s songs in the movie. Elton’s husband David Furnish says the singer had strong advice for the actor to not do a strict impersonation. Furnish told the Hollywood Reporter, […]

Elton John & Paul McCartney Made Too Many Albums Says Producer Steve Lillywhite

Lillywhite appearing on The Music’s latest Producer Series podcast and said, “I’m a big believer in artists who don’t clog up the airwaves with new music just because they think they must release a new album, I love Paul McCartney, I love Elton John… I think they’ve made too many […]

Elton John Sells Out First 60 Shows Of Final Tour – More Show Coming

It’s a questions of supply and demand. There seems to be a frenzy for Elton Tickets for his three-year Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour. The first 60 shows sold out within hours. The good news is there may be more show added to the final tour. Elton said in an […]