Last night, Elton stopped by iHeartRadio’s theater in Burbank, California.
The pop veteran, who did bits of The Greatest Discovery, I Need You To Turn To, Border Song, Take Me To The Pilot, Philadelphia Freedom, Bennie & The Jets, Skyline Pigeon and Someone Saved My Life Tonight, also was interviewed by Jim Kerr.
Elton recalled how genres like classical music and R&B played a huge role in his career, which won't end after he plays his last Farewell Yellow Brick Road concert. He'll continue to do a show here and there--possibly a residency as well--and will continue to be involved with musicals.
Elton also mentioned that he has original collaborations with John Lennon to produce and possibly release and that he will continue to work on the music while on the road.
He concluded that he hopes his autobiography, which he intended to be funny and honest but not sugarcoated, will help fans "know" him better.