When Elton John told a concert audience last week that his latest album Songs From the West Coast would be his last (CelebrityAccess, Dec 1), he was obviously having one of those "bad hair" days. Just like he has unretired from the concert stage a few times, he has not unretired from not recording again as well.
John told syndicated radio show, "Live from the Lounge," he didn't really mean it when he said that his new album, Songs from the West Coast, would be his last. He said he was "just having a bad day" when he announced his retirement during a rant about how awful the music business has become.
"I love playing so much," said John. "I'll probably make another record." However, he said he might cut back on the touring in order to spend more time with his partner, David Furnish.