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Elton John announces retirement from touring

Elton John Sticking to Retirement Plans, Focusing on Family

Elton John, the legendary singer and songwriter, has firmly stated that he has no plans to tour again after his Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour. With a career spanning over 60 years, John is ready to focus on his family, including his husband David Furnish and their two sons, Zachary and Elijah.

The Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour, which began in 2018, was initially supposed to end in 2021. However, due to the coronavirus pandemic and a hip injury, the final show was pushed back to July 2023 in Stockholm. John performed his last song, “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road,” and expressed his gratitude to his fans for their support throughout his career.

While John has confirmed that he will not be touring again, he did hint at the possibility of one-off performances in the future. For now, he wants to focus on spending time with his family and appreciating the life he has built with Furnish and their children.

John and Furnish have been together since 1993 and officially tied the knot in 2014 after same-sex marriage became legal in the UK. They welcomed their second son, Elijah, in 2013 via surrogate, completing their family in a “precious and perfect way.”

As John enjoys his retirement from touring, he continues to be grateful for the love and support of his fans, his family, and his husband. With a career filled with hits and accolades, Elton John’s legacy will continue to shine bright for years to come.

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