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Rocket Man Lands In Charleston, SC

HGG Celebrates Elton John’s Farewell Tour With Co-Signed, Limited Edition Photographs

Elton John performing at Dodger Stadium. Los Angeles, CA. 1975 © Terry O’Neill

With his first album released in 1969, Sir Elton Hercules John, CBE, has captivated us for half a century and counting.

Elton John performing at Dodger Stadium. Los Angeles, CA. 1975 © Terry O’Neill

Commonly dubbed the Rocket Man after his 1972 hit single, the British singer, pianist and composer has set the standard for commercial success and music legacy with 1 diamond, 32 platinum or multi-platinum, and 21 gold albums, and over 70 Top 40 hits.

Elton John traveling on Starship airplane. 1975 © Terry O’Neill

Multiple Grammy-winning legend and flamboyant superstar, Elton is the most acclaimed solo male artist of our generation behind only Madonna and the Beatles. He still holds the record for the biggest selling single of all time, Candle In The Wind 1997, which sold over 33 million copies.

Elton John, 1973, © Barrie Wenztell

After more than five decades on the road and building a celebrated career that has redefined the cultural landscape, he is embarking on his final tour, Farewell Yellow Brick Road.

This last hurrah will bring Elton to the Lowcountry on September 13, 2022 where he will perform at Credit One Stadium.

If you think we’re over the moon about Rocket Man coming here to Charleston, you’re right. To celebrate, we’ve curated a special collection of fine art photography featuring the man, the myth and the legend himself. Burying the lead, our featured collection also includes limited edition co-signed photograph with both the photographer, Ed Caraeff and Elton John’s signature.

Elton John performing. 1970 © Ed Caraeff

Elton John's signature Ed Caraeff's signature

We invite you to view our Elton John collection online or get in touch with us about the limited edition, signed photographs. Follow us @HeartofGoldFineArt.

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