The concert was recorded on Elton's 60th birthday, 25 March 2007, and coincides with his world record-setting 60th concert at Madison Square Garden in New York City. In addition to his regular band, a choir also performs on several songs. The event also marked Elton's 60th birthday, and became a celebration of his life and career. Among the songs performed in this document of the show are classics such as "Your Song," "Daniel," "Rocket Man," and "Tiny Dancer." An additional program featuring rare TV performances by Elton completes this comprehensive package.
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