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  • Elton John Through the Years

    Elton John and Leon Russell performed live from the Beacon Theater in New York City on Oct. 20, 2010.
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  • Elton John Through the Years

    Elton John and Leon Russell performed "If It Wasn't For Bad" and "Hearts Have Turned to Stone" from their new album "The Union." They also played the Elton John classic "Tiny Dancer."
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  • Elton John Through the Years

    Leon Russell on stage at the Beacon Theatre.
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  • Elton John Through the Years

    Elton John and Leon Russell on stage at the Beacon Theatre with Robin Roberts and Sam Champion.
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  • Elton John Through the Years

    Sir Elton John told "Good Morning America" that legendary '70s rocker Leon Russell was one of his primary inspirations. Nearly four decades after they last spoke, John and Russell reunited for a new album and performed live for "GMA" in a once-in-a-lifetime concert.
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