Sir Elton John is an English singer, pianist, and composer who was born on 25 March 1947 in Pinner, Middlesex, England.
He is one of the most commercially successful singers in the world and has a readily recognizable voice in music.
Since 1969 he has released 31 albums as a solo artist. He has a songwriting partnership with Bernie Taupin; something that has been described as one of the most successful in history.
Sir John, who is nicknamed the “Rocket Man” after the 1972 hit single he released of the same name, learned to play the piano at an early age.
He formed a band called Bluesology in 1962 and remained a member until 1967. His first album Empty Sky was released in 1969.
In 1994, John was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and on 24 February 1998, he was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II for his charitable work.
What Is Elton John’s Illness?
Elton John is having mobility challenges, meaning he finds difficulties in moving freely. This was after he fell down and injured his hip somewhere in 2021.
What Disease Does Elton John Have?
Elton John was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2017, but has been treated through surgery.