Elton John didn't just premiere tracks from his new album at his most recent concert, he offered a tribute to his late friend David Bowie.
About halfway through John's performance at the intimate Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles Wednesday night, he shared a story about Bowie, who died earlier this week.
John said that many years ago, he was looking for a new producer and arranger to work with, "then I heard a record which blew me away called 'Space Oddity.' "
John hired Bowie's collaborators to work on his breakthrough hit, "Your Song."
"I have David Bowie to thank for that," John said. "So I'd like to dedicate this to the...