Elton John: The Red Piano (2005)

TV Special  |  TV-PG  |   |  Documentary, Music
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Music sensation Elton John brings his popular and critically acclaimed Las Vegas show to television with his first NBC special.

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Credited cast:
Himself / Performer
Davey Johnstone ...
Himself / Musical Director / Guitar / Vocals
Guy Babylon ...
Himself / Keyboards
John Jorgenson ...
Himself / Guitars / Vocals
Bob Birch ...
Himself / Bass / Vocals
John Mahon ...
Himself / Percussion / Vocals
Nigel Olsson ...
Himself / Percussion / Vocals
Ken Stacey ...
Himself / Background Vocals / Additional Guitar
Billy Trudel ...
Himself / Background Vocals
Pole Dancer
Footage 'Candle in the Wind' (archive footage)
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John Byrne ...
Choreographer / Principal Dancer
City Kid


Heralded as "a must see" by the Los Angeles Times, the enormity of Elton John's stage performance will be brought to television with the 36 high-definition cameras used to film the special. The special will feature Elton John's show from Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, incorporating his incredible performance and best-known repertoire from his more than three decade career with spectacular videos from acclaimed director David LaChappelle including two that feature Justin Timberlake as a young Elton John during "Rocket Man" and Pamela Anderson performing a pole dance during "The Bitch is Back." Emmy Award winner Rocky Oldham (NBC's "Cher: The Farewell Tour") is executive producer and Dave Mallet is the show director. Written by Anonymous

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12 December 2005 (USA)  »

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