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"The meet-and-greet was more than you could imagine," Vickie Snow said. She has known of Evan's love for Elton John since he walked into the school. After the concert, Voss ran into strangers who sat near the Snows. Boy George opens up about hanging out with Elton John and Princess Diana "I met her a few times," Boy George told us in an interview to. Elton John. Your mother's eyes look straight through me. Whenever we meet. Your father swears it'll never be. As long as he breaths. And how many times have.
Elton John answered the same advert. Neither Taupin nor John passed the audition for Liberty Records. Elton told the man behind the desk that he could not write lyrics, so the man handed Elton a sealed envelope from the pile of people submitting lyrics, which he opened on the London Underground ride home.
The envelope contained poems by Taupin. The team took some time off from each other for a while between andwhile Taupin worked with other songwriters, including Alice Cooperand John worked with other lyricists, including Gary Osborne and Tom Robinson. John and Taupin resumed writing together on at first an occasional basis inwith Taupin contributing lyrics to only three or four songs each on albums such as The Fox21 at 33 and Jump Up! However, by 's Too Low for Zerothe two renewed their partnership on a full-time basis and from that point forward Taupin was again John's primary lyricist.
John often works with other lyricists on specific theatrical or film projects such as 's The Lion King and 's Aidaboth of which featured lyrics by Tim Rice. I wanted to make it sound like a country singing it. The process is still fundamentally the same, with John composing to Taupin's words, but the two interact on songs far more today, with Taupin joining John in the studio as the songs are written and occasionally during recording sessions.
Taupin and John had their first Broadway musical open in March with Lestat: On 25 MarchTaupin made a surprise appearance at John's 60th birthday celebration at Madison Square Gardenbriefly discussing their year songwriting partnership. Taupin and John also composed several songs for The Uniona collaboration album between Elton and his longtime hero Leon Russell released in October They also collaborated on five original songs for the Miramax movie Gnomeo and Julietincluding the Golden Globe -nominated "Hello Hello".
The duo collaborated on their 31st studio album, " The Diving Board ," which was released in September Their next studio album, " Wonderful Crazy Night ," was released in February I love to write poetry and the older I got the, the stronger my writing became.
I think you have to go to some dark places in your life to write powerful lyrics and equally experience wonderful things — it's important to share that — I've tried. I have had the same writing partner for years; we jam and spend every spare moment we have in the studio, writing, writing and more writing.
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One of my favorite quotes is from Plato. It gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and charm and gaiety to life and to everything.
Pam Hogg What do you love about London? I have been living in London for 2 years and it's a world I will never grow tired off.
For me it's one of the best cities in the world. I'm proud of being a Brit too.
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I think we Brits do a great job of nurturing talent and creativity and you really feel that living here. Sure, it's awash with competition, but that fuels you too.David Bowie - Strangers When We Meet
I love the eclectic style that surrounds the streets of London. Fashion is a big part of my life; it shapes how I feel and allows me to express myself. For me fashion is a barometer of our cultural identity and that is showcased so well in London. There's also a thriving music scene in London. I love the cool jazz clubs where you can go after hours and just hang or if you want to dance, I love Tape in Hanover Square, complete with recording studio.
Fendi Have you ever had a rebellious phase?
Rebellion for me is not conforming in life. It's no longer about being eccentric with your clothes or sticking a pin through your nose. Rebellion must come from the heart.
It's about empowerment, it's about pushing an agenda to the masses that is away from the norm. Women are doing great things now, becoming disrupters, standing up for what they believe in. It's wonderful to see. Many people have called me a rebel as I walked away from so many opportunities in music where people wanted to make me something I'm not. There is this stereotypical attitude from many labels in that they get these new artists and want to make them sound like "her" or "him.
There's a culture of fear out there that prevents people from being risk takers and pursuing originality. So, I say no to that. I write the music that I want to hear and sing, that fuels me. I would rather take years to get where I really want to be than a shortcut and sell my soul.
Have you ever been starstruck meeting or working with a celebrity? When Sir Elton gave me a big cuddle, I nearly collapsed with excitement and will never forget how gracious and charming he is. Another time he invited me on stage to sing with his band in concert in Glasgow and he has been a great mentor of mine since. I met Drake at his concert in Glasgow too, as we share the same lawyer. My sister and I were in awe. There he was owning the stage, he was on fire, the concert was utterly insane.
Yet backstage was this serene individual, calm in his own space. I have sung for Eva Longoria a lot at her Global Gift Galas and she is comedy gold — a very funny lady and very beautiful. Listen to Tallia Storm's Teenage Tears, below.