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Elton John Reciveing Extraordinary Reviews

Issued: Saturday, 1 December 2007 Immediate Release

Elton John’s Australian Solo Concerts Are Reciveing Extraordinary Reviews And Accolades!

With less than a week to his one concert in New Zealand the ‘Pianoman’ is mesmerising Aussies with up to 3 hours of his keyboard magic as he delivers a broad programmne of the old and the new. New Plymouth is in for a treat.
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‘Just Google any review from across the Tasman and the expectation of what his Thursday will be like with Elton at the TSB Bowl of Brooklands is automatically heightened,’ says Phil Sprey of Capital C: Concerts. ‘if anyone thinks after all these years they have heard it all then they are mistaken, He weaves a spell over an audience that leaves an lifelong impression. People in Wellington are still talking about the last December 6 when the capital experienced the best concert it had had in years.”

There are few artists in the world who can play up to 30 songs in one concert where most have been hits and very few that span 40 years of performing. Elton John is extraordinary and Taranaki is expected to embrace this agreeing to play a major provincial city exclusively over far bigger locations.

The party is about to begin!

With the extended capacity at the Bowl a limited number of seats are still on sale with most expected to go before Thursday.

ELTON JOHN – The Rocket Man Solo Tour On Sale NOW: TICKETEK (TICKETEK.COM & 0800 842-538)

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