Set to deploy on February 3rd, 2010, the joint tour of Elton John and Billy Joel will be hitting cities across the USA through March 10th, 2010. This is the third time the duo will be touring together since joining forces in 1994 and again in 2003, which was a sold-out run. The performances will alternate between John and Joel sharing the stage, to each of them performing separately with their respective bands. The early 2010 dates were make ups for several cancelled shows in 2009, due to illnesses affecting both performers. In addition, a planned summer 2010 outing was scrapped by Joel for personal reasons.

Elton John and Billy Joel have sold 250 million and 100 million records, respectively, making them two of the best selling artists of all time. Elton’s tribute to Princess Diana, “Candle in the Wind,” became the best selling single of all time with 37 million copies sold, and Joel’s singles “My Life” and “It’s Still Rock and Roll to Me” went platinum in 1978 and 1980, respectively.

Elton John & Billy Joel tour adds Face2Face concerts for fall 2009
The “Piano Man” and “Rocket Man” have proven to be kings of the road as they run the March leg of their 2009 Face2Face outing. Now, touring partners and worldwide music icons Elton John and Billy Joel have unveiled more concert dates this fall. Two more performances have been... Read more
Elton John and Billy Joel continue playing Face2Face in May
Iconic musicians Elton John and Billy Joel are still expanding the itinerary for their 2009 Face2Face tour. The North American outing currently stands at 19 dates, including a new eight-date tour leg that will pick up May 5 at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, MN. Other recently announced... Read more