Elton, Mick Jagger and Paul McCartney were among the notables paying tribute to NHS staff risking their lives fighting the coronavirus pandemic.
Last month's Living Room Concert for America, hosted by Elton and featuring Billie Eilish, Mariah Carey, Alicia Keys and many others, has raised over ten million dollars for coronavirus relief.
Elton has pledged a million dollars (£815,000) for the fight against HIV/Aids to ensure sufferers are not “forgotten” during the coronavirus pandemic.
Elton said he is working with his Aids Foundation and the new funds would be available in the “next few months”.
Yesterday night, Elton was hosting the iHeart Radio's coronavirus benefit concert.
Elton introduced the show with a heartfelt message for viewers, recorded in his personal residence -- just like all of the star-studded performances from the all-star slate of entertainers who sang their biggest and most beloved hits from the comfort of their homes.
Elton has urged his fans to support their local independent record stores during the ongoing coronavirus crisis.
Elton will host an all-star benefit special aimed at providing some relief and entertainment for Americans locked down in their homes during the coronavirus pandemic.
The one-hour, commercial-free event will air on March 29.