Elton John to say farewell to fans on massive three-year tour

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To make the announcement at a special event in New York's Gotham Hall, John wore a custom Gucci Flora jacquard tailcoat adorned with hundreds of hand-sewn crystals, pearls and "Gucci loves Elton" emblazoned across the back.

He's the father of 7 and 5-year-old sons. Elton and David have two sons together, Zachary and Elijah. There's going to be things I'm doing onstage that I've never done before. "We're honoured to deepen our relationship by supporting the exclusive live stream and "behind the scenes" videos in VR for this special moment in pop music history". "And I'm definitely involved in streaming - I want my music to be heard".

He has suffered several medical setbacks of late, including a bacterial infection past year that he contracted during a South American tour and an E. coli bacterial infection in 2009.

"It's time to come off the road so I can fully embrace the next important chapter in my life", John said in a statement on his website.

But don't despair, the singer's last tour will not signal the end of Sir Elton John. I'll be writing more musicals.

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John launched his first tour in 1970 and boasts having performed over 4,000 times in more than 80 countries. Although it would go in to be the album's highest charting single, he thought the song would not be successful because in his words it was "one of the oddest songs we ever recorded".

The singer said he had made the decision to dedicate more time to raising his children.

In 1999, he was fitted with a pacemaker when doctors found an irregular heartbeat, while in 2013 the star cancelled a headline slot at London's Hyde Park after being diagnosed with appendicitis. "I want to be at home".

"I get goosebumps about it", said Sir Elton. A news release said it kicks off in September and will visit five continents before concluding in 2021.