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Elton John and Leon Russell appeared on World Cafe.
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December 27, 2011 World Cafe guest host Michaela Majoun conducts an in-depth interview with the pair of rock legends.
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Sir Elton John and Leon Russell perform at the Beacon Theatre in New York City.
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December 6, 2010 The piano-playing legends team up to take their new record, The Union, on the road. Listen to John and Russell perform the album in its entirety, as well as a number of their own hits.
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Leon Russell (left) and Elton John.
October 20, 2010 The venerable musicians recently collaborated on a new album. John and Russell first met in Los Angeles in 1970, and John calls the Southern-rock singer and pianist his "biggest influence" from that era.
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Elton John and Leon Russell.
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October 10, 2010 Elton John has done reverence and irreverence, decadence and schmaltz. But he wears elegance especially well in The Union, his new, album-length collaboration with the man he calls his idol: 68-year-old fellow singer-pianist Leon Russell.
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