Remember When He Was Young? Sir Elton Turns 60
Sir Elton John has crocodile-rocked his way to the big 6-0. The gay singer-songwriter celebrated in style by holding a sold-out concert at historic Madison Square Garden, according to Australian news. Suprise attendee Bill Clinton introduce Elton to the crowd of over 20,000.
The concert was recorded and is scheduled to be broadcast on April 5, according to the AP. The performance marked Elton's 60th performance in the Garden, which is a record; 8 more then The Grateful Dead.
Elton promised to the crowd that he would resurrect many of his old hits. He also acknowledged how special this occasion was.
"I knew I had done 59 shows at Madison Square Garden and I said the only place I want to be is New York City on my 60th birthday."
Sir Elton is known for hits like "Rocketman" and "Your Song", as well for his zany onstage antics.