At age 75, Elton John looked to be in fine form when he brought his Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour to Soldier Field in Chicago on Friday.The legendary British croonerturned back the clock and delivered many of his hits from his six-decade career.The tour — which kicked off in the US in Allentown, Pennsylvania, back in September 2018 — has endured several postponements due tothe COVID-19 pandemic and, at times, John's health.
He's still standing! Elton John, 75, looked to be in fine form when he brought his Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour to Soldier Field in Chicago on Friday nightJohn (born Reginald Kenneth Dwight) and his band kicked into the set opener with a rousing rendition of Bennie And The Jets, all while he flashed his megawatt smile from behind the piano.But with the band sounding tight and full of energy, it didn't take long before he got up from his seat to engage with the audience.
Decked out in a black tuxedo blazer, filled with an assortment of embroideries and black pants, the Pinner, Middlesex, England native worked the crowd with both the music and his banter.His look wouldn't be complete without wearing his trademark flashy glasses, which on this night were large frame and red-tinted.
Wowing the crowd: The legendary crooner wowed the crowd by playing many of his greatest hits, which began with set opener Bennie And The Jets Delays: The tour — which kicked off in the U.S.Read more on dailymail.co.uk