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"One Wonderful Crazy Night"
Thursday, January 14 2016

Elton John brought his crimson grand piano and gracious charm to his "One Wonderful Crazy Night" performance in Los Angeles on January 13, 2016.

Elton tipped his hat to the next generation of musical artists, welcoming out several high-profile guests to perform duets of some of his biggest hits. "Confident" singer Demi Lovato killed it when she joined Elton for a performance of his 1979 classic "Don't Go Breaking My Heart." The 23-year-old singer worked the stage during the lively number, strutting around the six-time GRAMMY winner and his crimson piano.

Fall Out Boy frontman Patrick Stump also joined Elton on stage for a super high-energy performance of his 1973 single "Saturday Night's Alright (for Fighting)," which the band had recorded of cover of in 2014.

Elton also welcomed "Stitches" singer Shawn Mendes, and the two performed a moving duet of "Tiny Dancer."

Following is the complete set list of the Los Angeles show on Januar 13, 2016:

  1. Funeral for a Friend
  2. Love Lies Bleeding
  3. Bennie And The Jets
  4. Iím Still Standing
  5. Levon
  6. A Good Heart
  7. In The Name Of You
  8. Tiny Dancer (Duet with Shawn Mendes)
  9. Philadelphia Freedom
  10. Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
  11. Rocket Man
  12. Wonderful Crazy Night
  13. Blue Wonderful
  14. Donít Go Breaking My Heart (Duet with Demi Lovato)
  15. I Guess Thatís Why They Call It The Blues
  16. Sad Songs (Say So Much)
  17. Burn Down The Mission
  18. Donít Let The Sun Go Down On Me
  19. The Bitch Is Back
  20. Looking Up
  21. Your Sister Canít Twist (But She Can Rock Ďn Roll)
  22. Saturday Nights Alright For Fighting (Duet with ďFall Out BoyĒ front man Patrick Stump)

  23. Your Song

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